Pianist performs at BMC on Jan. 19

The Brattleboro Music Center's Chamber Series continues Friday, Jan. 19, with pianist Benjamin Hochman, in a concert entitled "Resonances."

In all roles, from orchestral soloist, recitalist and chamber musician to conductor, Hochman says he regards music as vital and essential. "Composers, fellow musicians, orchestras, and audiences all recognize his deep commitment to insightful programming and performances of quality," organizers say in a news release.

The program for the 7 p.m. concert at the BMC includes Carlo Gesualdo's Madrigals in five voices, arranged by Hochman; Oliver Knussen's "Prayer Bell Sketch," Op. 29; John Dowland's "Pavane Lachrymae," P. 15/MB54, arranged by William Byrd; George Benjamin's Shadowlines, Six Canonic Preludes; Josquin de Prez's "Ave Christie," arranged by Charles Wuorinen; Galina Ustvolskaya's Twelve Preludes; and Ludwig van Beethoven's Sonata No. 30 in E major, Op. 109.

Tickets are $30 general admission and may be purchased through the Brattleboro Music Center website at, calling 802-257-4523, by emailing [email protected], or at the door. A limited number of reduced-priced tickets are available; call the BMC for information.

This The Arts item was submitted to The Commons.

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