Gregg Kallor pianist/composer in recital with violinist Hrabba Attladottir last performed at the Bach on September 9, 2012.
Pianist/composer, Gregg Kallor’s 2011 Carnegie Hall concert featured the world premiere of his nine-movement suite for solo piano, A Single Noon -- “the work of an extraordinary pianist, a composer of great distinction and a true conceptualist…
"This is 21st-century music that has clearly absorbed the past and looks to a bright and borderless musical future.” –Fred Hersch.
Kallor’s diversity is expressed in his three albums: “There’s a Rhythm”, features his jazz trio, “Exhilaration” features poems sung by mezzo-soprano Adriana Zabala, and “A Single Noon” is a mix of classical and jazz pieces.
Icelandic violinist Hrabba Atladottir studied and performed in Germany. She has been performing as a soloist and with various ensembles including such as the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble, the Empyrean Ensemble, and the Berkeley Contemporary Chamber Players, to name a few. She teaches violin at UC Berkeley.
- Kallor -- New piece for Violin and Piano
- Prokofiev -- Five Melodies, Op. 35a
- Janacek -- Sonata for Violin and Piano
- Kallor -- excerpts from A Single Noon (solo piano)
- Brahms -- Sonata for Piano and Violin, No. 1, Op. 78
- Kallor -- A Drunken Man’s Praise of Sobriety (arr. violin and piano)
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