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Audrey Andrist

Audrey Andrist: Piano in a New Century

Audrey Andrist, photo by Tom Radcliffe
Audrey Andrist, photo by Tom Radcliffe

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Audrey Andrist: Piano in a New Century
Friday, November 20 | 4 pm
Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall

Canadian pianist Audrey Andrist performs a widely varied program of virtuosic solo piano works composed between 1947 and 2013, including the monumental Sonata by Henri Dutilleux:

Caution to the Winds (1987) for piano and electronics by James Mobberley
Transgenic Fields, dusk (2012) by David Smooke
Piano Interiors (2013) by Linda Dusman
Caténaires (2006) by Elliott Carter
• Sonata (1947) by Henri Dutilleux

Hailed as a “stunning pianist with incredible dexterity” (San Francisco Classical Voice), Andrist has thrilled audiences around the globe, from North America to Japan, China and Germany with her “passionate abandon,” “bright energy,” and “great intelligence.” She completed Masters and Doctoral degrees at the Juilliard School, studying with Herbert Stessin, and garnered first prizes at the Mozart International, San Antonio International, Eckhardt-Gramatté, and Juilliard Concerto Competitions. She has performed in many of North America’s most prestigious venues, including the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Place des Arts in Montreal, Chicago’s Ravinia Festival, and Alice Tully Hall in New York. She is a member of Strata, a trio with her husband, James Stern, violin, and Nathan Williams, clarinet, recipients of a major 2009 grant from the Rauch Foundation. She is also a member of the Verge Ensemble in Washington, D.C., and the Stern/Andrist Duo with her husband, recently celebrating their twentieth year of performances together. An avid performer of new music with many world premieres to her credit, Ms. Andrist can be heard on over a dozen recordings of both standard and modern repertoire on the Albany, Centredisques, and New Focus labels, among others. She currently lives in the Washington, D.C. area, where she serves on the faculties of UMBC and the Washington Conservatory, and where she has performed at the Library of Congress, Wolf Trap, and the Smithsonian Institutions. Her CD of major solo works by Robert Schumann has just been released on Centaur Records.

Admission to this concert is free.

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