for a summer afternoon
Mary's College, Great Hall, 4:15pm
celebration of the human spirit. Argentina from Opera
Hall. The Johns Hopkins University. 2pm
Roldan, artistic director and performer, is joined by
several international artists performing a unique program
that includes a great Tango Finale with bandoneonist
David Alsina and tango dancers Tino and Susan. Performers
include Phil Kolker of the Baltimore Sy. Orchestra and
conductor Ernest Liotti and the Da Camera Singers. A
benefit organized under the auspices of Hands Across
the Americas, Inc and the Committee for Argentina 2002.
Funds will be dedicated to the acquisition and shipment
of medicines to Argentina, A country in financial and
information call 410 655 5959
month dedicated to the International Piano Festival
at Penn Alps under the auspices of the Baltimore/Washingtron
Chapter of the American Liszt Society.
"Music at Penn Alps thanks Nancy Roldan for
her efforts in organizing the series. Proceeds will
benefit the Alta E.
Schrock Memorial Fund to buy a new concert piano for
Music at Penn Alps".
details check www.musicatpennalps.org
Roldan and Gila Goldstein perform a program featuring
composers from Argentina, Spain, Israel, and Germany
Four pianists perform the closing festival concert honoring
Franz Liszt: Gila Goldstein, Noel Lester, Tom Mastroianni
and Nancy Roldan
Charlestown Community. 3 pm Our Lady of the Angels Chapel
Pedagogy Piano Conference.
on the WELLNESS in PERFORMANCE.
Las Vegas, Nevada
Piano Duo Lester-Roldan celebrates its 25th anniversary
duo performs Rachmaninoff Suite no. 2 and Guastavino
from their first concert, Tom Benjamin (from their 20th
anniversary) and a world premiere celebrating their
25th year together: Nancita and Noelito,
a Latin Rag by Brian Dykstra
pm at Brodbeck Hall, Hood College.
information call Hood College Music Department:
performances for 2002-2003 soon to be announced