Cliff Gallant '93 will speak on behalf of Keefe Bruyette & Woods in an interview with Charles Gibson as a part of ABC's World News Tonight.
Cliff will be discussing the turmoil surrounding AIG.
Ryan O'Donnell '08
Special Speaker Series Event
Olympic Sailing & The America’s Cup
With Bob Billingham '79
Thursday, March 26, 2009-- 4:30 P.M.
Reservations/Questions: Please contact Alexandra Smith Gunderson ’79 at (239) 263-8511
Keys to the Future and Mannes College present “SPOTLIGHT on Four Hand Piano”, an evening of contemporary duos and duets.
Six phenomenal pianists, including Keys regulars Stephen Gosling and Blair McMillen, will present contemporary works for four hands, including the U.S. premiere of the duet version of Arvo Pärt’s “Pari Intervallo”, Steve Reich’s seminal “Piano Phase”, and the world premiere of Bruce Stark’s “Four”.
“Keys to the Future: SPOTLIGHT on Four Hand Piano” will take place Monday, February 9 at 8PM at Mannes College’s Concert Hall in New York City. For complete information about this concert and about our upcoming “SPOTLIGHT on Minimalism” concert (April 5) and our annual 3-day Festival of contemporary solo piano music (May 19-21), please check out our newly updated website: http://www.keystothefuture.org/
Admission to “SPOTLIGHT on Four Hand Piano” is free, and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors will open at 7:30PM. Mannes College is located at 150 W. 85th St., between Columbus and Amsterdam Ave. Any questions can be directed to Mannes College: (212) 580-0210 or to email@example.com
Pianists: Stephen Gosling, Blair McMillen, Gabriel Escudero, Karén Hakobian, Manon Hutton-DeWys and Evi Jundt
1. Mystical Journey (2005) Andrew List
2. Four (2008) (World Premiere!) Bruce Stark
3. Pari Intervallo (1988) (U.S. Premiere!) Arvo Pärt
4. Dilukkenjon (2002) Doug Opel
5. Piano Phase (1967) Steve Reich
6. Recuerdos No. 1 (1985) William Bolcom
Advance Praise for Waking Giant:
“Offers a fine addition to the literature on pre-Civil War American history in this account of the years 1815-1848.”
“A remarkable synthesis, impressive on many levels….Award-winning historian Reynolds charts the political, cultural, economic, artistic, scientific and religious currents roiling America from the Era of Good Feelings to the verge of the Civil War.”
--starred review, Kirkus
“Highly recommended….Bancroft Prize winner Reynolds has produced a thorough chronicle of America from 1815 to 1848.”
David S. Reynolds is a Distinguished Professor of English and American Studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. His previous books include John Brown, Abolitionist; Walt Whitman’s America; Beneath the American Renaissance; and Faith in Fiction. He is the winner of the Bancroft Prize, the Christian Gauss Award, the Gustavus Myers Outstanding Book Award, and runner-up National Book Critics Circle Award.