Small will perform Mozart’s Sonata in B-flat Major, K333; Gustav Holst’s Toccata; works by Alan Hovhaness – Prospect Hill Sonata, Op. 346, Blue Job Mountain Sonata, Op. 340, Hymn to Mount Chocorua from Mount Chocorua Sonata, Op. 335, Pastoral No. 1; and will premiere his own composition, “A Glimpse of Silence.”
Small has concertized in major European capitals, South America, Japan, and China, and has been enthusiastically received by American audiences in such venues as Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the Spoleto Festival.
A prize winner in the Johann Sebastian Bach International Piano Competition, Small has received numerous awards and has been featured in the nationally broadcast PBS special, “A Celebration of the Piano.”
Small is also an accomplished composer, who often performs his own works. He has received commissions from such organizations as the Washington Ballet and Paul Hill Chorale.
Small has recorded a number of CDs, among them Mompou's Musica Callada, a Gershwin disc, a children’s CD with narrator Robert Aubry Davis, and Bach’s Goldberg Variations.
Currently he is the piano department chair of the Washington Conservatory of Music.
Event begins at 8:00PM
Presented by: Washington Conservatory of Music