November 21 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
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Beethoven’s Bagatelles intertwined with a wonderful set of 11 Bagatelles by a New-York based composer – Steve Lebetkin.
Engage directly with Daniel during the pre-concert talk, followed by an amazing, virtual performance on the Fazioli F308 concert grand – in the comfort of your own home.
Saturday, November 21
- 12:30pm Pacific / 3:30pm Eastern: Pre-Concert Discussion with Q & A.
- 1pm Pacific / 4pm Eastern: Live Concert Begins.
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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) – Program TBD
About Steve Lebetkin
Steve Lebetkin is an American composer and musical descendant of the late Jewish composer Karol Rathaus, a leading early 20th century film and classical composer that emigrated to America during the Third Reich.
Rathaus, a student of Franz Schreker, was a major influence on the three major American composers with whom Lebetkin studied – Gabriel Fontrier, Sol Berkowitz, and Leo Kraft. He also studied composition with Hugo Weisgal.
Lebetkin carries the torch of a great European musical composition tradition whose roots go back to Haydn. He is a leading advocate in his works and public presentations to distinguish between harmonic languages and compositional technique, regardless of style, venue, or era. Lebetkin’s lecture series “What Makes Great Music Great” takes a fresh approach towards understanding musical composition for the general public, musicians, and media professionals. Lebetkin’s most recent works include the album “Perpetuum Immobile”, which stakes out new paths for the blending the best in class for New Age Chamber Music, classical, media and symphonic. Lebetkin’s symphonic, choral, and chamber music works are performed by orchestras and groups throughout the world.
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