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All Keyed Up

For the second year of the “Keys to the Future” festival, the program expands from two nights to three, in order to accommodate 27 works played by six expert pianists in three one-hour recitals per evening. Watch for these particularly promising performances:

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  1. 1. November 7

    Works range from Henri Dutilleux to Fred Hersch, Radiohead/Christopher O’Riley, as well as arrangements by festival curator and composer Joseph Rubenstein.

  2. 2. November 8

    Music by Luciano Berio and Toru Takemitsu shares a bill with Arvo Pärt and Phil Kline.

  3. 3. November 9

    Festival wraps up with Astor Piazzolla, Ricky Ian Gordon, Brad Mehldau, and Osvaldo Golijov.


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