October 22, 2013
Mack soloist in Music’s Darkest Harvest
: Courtesy Cornish College of the Arts.
: Courtesy Seattle Philharmonic.
Cornish professor Peter Mack solos in Hermann and Liszt pieces in the Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra’s Music’s Darkest Harvest.
Cornish faculty members Peter Mack and Natalie Lerch are two of the soloists for the Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra’s season this year. Mack is up first as soloist on piano in the Philharmonic’s Music’s Darkest Harvest, moody masterpieces from Hermann and Liszt. The program will be presented Saturday, October 26 at Benaroya Hall at 2:00 p.m.
The program will feature Mack playing Herrmann’s Concerto Macabre (from the film Hangover Square) and Liszt’s Totentanz. Also on the program will be Rachmaninoff’s The Isle of the Dead, Chopin’s Funeral March (orch. Elgar) and Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain (orch. Stokowski). The Seattle Philharmonic’s conductor and music director is another Cornish faculty member, Adam Stern.
Visit the Philharmonic’s site for tickets and information.
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