This performance is presented 'in person' and as a 'virtual' live stream. A separate ticket purchase is required for each presentation.
Following the success of faculty artist Bryan Wallicks’ previous CSU recital, Vol. 2 also features a program of pieces that each conclude with a virtuosic Fugue. The first half looks at the evolution of the Fugue from J.S. Bach to Marc-André Hamelin, followed by Ludwig van Beethoven’s massive Piano Sonata No. 29 in B flat major, Op. 106, “Hammerklavier,” which ends with one of the most famous fugues ever written.
Bach Toccata and Fugue in D major BWV 912 (10 min)
Mendelssohn Prelude and Fugue in e minor Op. 35 (9 min)
Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue in d minor Op. 87 (11 min)
Marc-André Hamelin Prelude and Fugue in a-flat minor (6 min)
Beethoven Sonata in B-flat Op. 106 Hammerklavier (42 min)
2. Scherzo: Assai vivace
3. Adagio sostenuto: Appassionato e con molto sentiment
4. Introduzione: Largo-Fuga: Allegro risoluto
IMPORTANT INFORMATION for PATRONS ATTENDING IN PERSON
- Masks are required for all patrons regardless of age in all areas of the UCA.
- Tickets are required for anyone attending this performance.
- Please observe social distancing of 6' between other patrons in all areas of the UCA.
- Concert programs are available in a virtual format only and may be viewed via a QR code available at the performance or in advance HERE when available.