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      Anthony De Mare Liaisons 2020: Re-imagining Sondheim From The Piano in Los Angeles

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      April 25, 2020

      Saturday   3:00 PM

      Royce Drive
      Los Angeles, California 90024

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      Anthony De Mare Liaisons 2020: Re-imagining Sondheim From The Piano

      On Sale Dates for Individual Tickets:

      CAP Members: Wed, Jul 10

      Renewing Subscribers: Thu, Jul 11

      CAP Enews Presale: Fri, Jul 12

      General Public and UCLA faculty and staff: Mon, Jul 15

      UCLA students: Mon, Sep 23

      “To hear composers take my work and take it seriously... it’s a thrill.” —Stephen Sondheim

      Celebrated pianist and genre-busting new music champion Anthony de Mare pays tribute to the musical genius of Stephen Sondheim with ten new commissions of Sondheim songs, re-imagined for piano by some of today’s leading composers in jazz, film, theater and classical music including Timo Andres, Jon Batiste, Ted Hearne, Meredith Monk, Jeff Beal and others. Building on his acclaimed Liaisons project, a remarkable compendium that featured 36 Sondheim works re- imagined by the likes of Steve Reich, Nico Muhly, Fred Hersch, Mason Bates, Thomas Newman, Wynton Marsalis, Eve Beglarian and Jason Robert Brown, Liaisons 2020 was commissioned in honor of the Maestro’s 90th birthday. Both concerts will feature works from both collections in this West Coast premiere of the Liaisons 2020 project. Grammy-winning pianist Gloria Cheng joins de Mare performing Steve Reich’s Finishing the Hat - Two Pianos and the world premiere of Conrad Tao’s two-piano version of Move On.

      NOTE: Your ticket includes admission to both Parts I & 2. There will be a 2-hour dinner break from 5 pm–7 pm. You may choose to order a bite off-campus, order the $15 buffet dinner option as an add-on with your ticket order or purchase snacks from the concessions stand. The run time, including both parts and the dinner break, is approximately 6 hours (3 pm–9 pm).

      Categories: Performing Arts

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