Sunday, December 6
Kellogg Music Center
Music faculty member Aaron Likness performs a unique recital of modern and contemporary American music, including Charles Ives’s monumental Piano Sonata no. 2, “Concord, 1840-1860,” the composer’s homage to Transcendentalism, John Wesley Work III (Scuppernong: Three Pieces for Country Folk, 1950), and Simon's Rock faculty member Larry Wallach (premier performance of Mood no. 1, composed in 2019).
Aaron Likness is a pianist and collaborator active in the New York and Boston metropolitan areas, hailed for “effortless elegance” and “superb clarity” in performances of a wide variety of classical, avant-garde, and contemporary music.
A graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music and the University of North Carolina, Likness is on the music faculty of Bard College at Simon's Rock.
Concert Viewing Information
> Live: This performance will take place live at the Kellogg Music Center, with a small audience limited to 15 people by reservation. In-person viewing is open to members of the Simon's Rock community only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat.
> Virtual: All, including members of the public, are invited to follow the concert live on Zoom.
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