MUSIC: Free Noon Concert - Fumi Nakayama, piano

February 08, 2019
Noon
The Rita, Bedford Concert Hall

Clavichord to Piano: Keyboard Music Through the Ages

A free performance featuring keyboard music from the Renaissance to the Romantic period – performed with clavichord, fortepiano, harpsichord and piano.

ABOUT FUMI NISHIKIORI-NAKAYAMA
Fumi Nishikiori-Nakayama earned her Bachelor of Music in Piano and Harpsichord degree from the Chicago Musical College of Roosevelt University and Master of Music in Piano and Early Music/Harpsichord from Indiana University, where she was the recipient of numerous awards including the prestigious Rudolph Ganz Memorial Award, and Willi Apel Scholarship. She has studied piano with Ludmila Lazar, Shigeo Neriki, harpsichord with David Schrader, Elisabeth Wright, fortepiano with Elizabeth Wright and Kenneth Drake, chamber music with Rostislav Dubinsky, early chamber music with Stanley Ritchie, and conducting with Thomas Baldner and Imre Pallo. As a conductor, she has conducted Indiana University Symphony Orchestra, IU Ad-hoc Orchestra, IU Opera Workshops. Her love for vocal music and theater lead her to remain as one of the opera coaches for Indiana University Opera Theater for 6 years. Currently Ms. Nishikiori is an adjunct faculty member of the Carthage Music Department as well as the UW-Parkside Music Department. She is a Juilliard School Dalcroze Institute certified instructor of Dalcroze Eurhythmics and often gives demonstrations and lectures to music teachers and students in the Midwest. She frequently performs as a member of Cecilia Trio, and also collaborates with greater Milwaukee and Chicago area artists.

ABOUT THE SERIES
The Noon Concert Series is a highly popular series of free performances featuring an interesting and diverse range of performances, including solo and chamber recitals, large group concerts, and guest musicians.

Parking for the Noon Concert Series is free in Lot B or C, in any unmarked, unmetered parking space. For more information, visit uwp.edu/rita or contact the Rita Box Office at 262-595-2564.

Contact(s):
The Rita Box Office
262-595-2564
boxoffice@uwp.edu
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