Acclaimed pianist and author Jeremy Denk curates a program that unites female composers across the centuries. For the first half of the program, works by Louise Farrenc and Clara Schumann, French Romantic holdout Cécile Chaminade, American pianist and composer Amy Beach, and modernist-turned-folk-revivalist Ruth Crawford Seeger sit alongside works by acclaimed contemporary composers Tania León, Meredith Monk, Phyllis Chen, and Missy Mazzoli (these shorts works will be played without pause). The second half of the program features Brahms and Schumann. Denk pulls these diverse works and composers together to tell a story of women’s genius—both recognized and neglected in their times and remembered and forgotten in ours—and lends his insight, technical panache, and expressive style to this era-spanning program.
“Denk is among the most entertaining of concert pianists…insightful in his interpretations, entertaining to watch, and engaging in his stage banter.”—Star Tribune
PRE-CONCERT TALK: Join us at 6:30 PM for a pre-concert talk with Dr. Jooeun Pak, Associate Professor of Piano and Director of Piano Studies, Metropolitan State University of Denver. Doors will open at 6:15 PM with the pre-concert talk starting promptly at 6:30 PM. Doors will reopen for general seating at 7 PM.
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Note: This concert will be live-streamed; tickets are available through the “Buy Tickets” link.
Thank you to CPR Classical for supporting this event.
Every Good Boy Does Fine: Book Talk with Jeremy Denk
Denk is also known for his original and insightful writing on music. Join us on Tuesday, December 12 when Jeremy Denk will talk about his New York Times Bestselling memoir Every Good Boy Does Fine. NOTE: UPDATE: This event is now SOLD OUT. To be placed on the waitlist, please leave a message at 303-388-9839 and include name, phone number, and number of guests. Make sure you have your tickets to see Denk in recital on Wednesday!