On Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 12:10 p.m., the Free Admission Glendale Noon Concerts program will be streamed. Pianist Brendan White will perform works by George Gershwin, Brendan White, Chad Latta, J.S. Bach, and Alexander Scriabin on a Facebook stream and YouTube.
The program includes Alexander Scriabin, “Prelude Op. 37, No. 1,” George Gershwin, “Three Preludes,” Brendan White, “Prelude,” Chad Latta, “War Fantasy” Johann Sebastian Bach, “Prelude and Fugue in C Major from WTC Book I” and Alexander Scriabin, “Sonata No. 10, Op. 70.”
Pianist Brendan White has appeared as soloist with the Jackson Symphony Orchestra, Musica Nova (Eastman School of Music), Delta Symphony Orchestra, Crown City Symphony, and the Vicente Chamber Orchestra. White’s collaborations in Southern California have included the Mühlfeld Trio, which won the prestigious Beverly Hills Auditions, the Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra, the Speakeasy Society, and Eighteen Squared. He is also a founding member of the Sunset ChamberFest in Los Angeles. www.sunsetchamberfest.com
Local recital appearances include Glendale Noon Concerts, Pasadena Presbyterian Music at Noon, Music@Mimoda, Mason Concerts, Emerging Artist Series Recital at Boston Court, Soundwaves series in Santa Monica.
White was born and raised in Tennessee before attending Eastman to study with Thomas Schumacher, and then the University of Southern California with Kevin Fitz-Gerald, where he was awarded Outstanding Master’s Graduate of the Thornton School of Music. As a devoted performer of new music, he has worked with notable composers and conductors including Thomas Adès, Donald Crockett, Alan Pierson, Steven Stucky and Jeffrey Milarsky.
Glendale Noon Concerts is celebrating its 13th year of presenting free admission, and now streamed, concerts every first and third Wednesday for Glendale and the Southland community.
More info about the program and artists, and the link to the stream, can be found at http://glendalenoonconcerts.blogspot.com.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 244-7241.