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  1. Music Event: Pianist Mark Valenti

    October 27, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ The Russell Library

    Pianist Mark Valenti will be performing an eclectic mix of classical piano pieces which serve as an excellent overview of the evolution of piano styles from the elegant gracefulness of Classicism to the passionate lyricism of Romanticism through the atmospheric Impressionism of Debussy to the rhythmic percussiveness of Modernism. Drop-in, no registration. Sponsored by the Friends of the Russell Library.

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  1. Concert: Pianist Mark Valenti

    October 27, 2019, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Hubbard Room

    Pianist Mark Valenti will be performing an eclectic mix of classical piano pieces which serve as an excellent overview of the evolution of piano styles from the elegant gracefulness of Classicism to the passionate lyricism of Romanticism through the atmospheric Impressionism of Debussy to the rhythmic percussiveness of Modernism. The program for this concert includes pieces by Mozart, Debussy, Prokofieff and Chopin. Mark Valenti received his Master of Music from Northwestern University, Bachelor of Music from the Philadelphia Musical Academy and has studied with such notable teachers as Benjamin Whitten, Zoltan Kocsis and Mary Sauer. In addition to giving solo recitals in cities throughout the U.S., Mr. Valenti has performed in France, Belgium, Hungary and Luxembourg as well as for former First Lady Barbara Bush in Washington, D.C. Mark Valenti has performed recitals live on WFMT classical radio. He has also done extensive work in Jazz including performances with Gregory Hines, Frank Foster and Al Grey and has appeared on television with Joe Sudler's Swing Machine and singer/actor Christopher Durham. Drop-in, no registration required. This concert is sponsored by the Friends of the Russell Library.