Randolph-Macon College will host Gregg Kallor on October 4, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in
St. Ann’s Performing Arts Building (216 England
Composer, pianist and improviser Gregg Kallor brings a fresh approach to the solo
piano recital. His performances bridge the gap between jazz and classical styles
and find a new musical ground, where improvisation and composed music meet.
A recipient of a prestigious Aaron Copland Award for composition, he has composed
works for both large ensembles and small chamber groups, but Kallor’s anchor is
the piano, where his technique and ingenuity shine.
Kallor's performance will feature his solo piano work A Single Noon – a
musical tableau of New York life. Kallor premiered A Single Noon at New
York’s famed Carnegie Hall in 2011.
This event is sponsored by the Music Program of
the R-MC Department of Arts.
This event is free and open to the public.