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Matt Felver Senior Piano Recital

Friday, December 7, 2012
  8–10 p.m.


Location: Arts Building Performance Lab, ARTS 166
  Parking Information

Category: Concert

Description:

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

Matt Felver Senior Piano Recital
Kimberly Amin, piano    
Matt Geer, cello    
Gena Myers, violin

Pianist Matt Felver performs works by Debussy, Rachmaninoff and Beethoven. The performance features solo piano repertoire, UCR's MGM Piano Trio, and culminates with selections for two pianos.

Free and open to the campus – Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
Although the concert is free, a ticket is required. One ticket per person. Tickets will be distributed at the entrance to the Performance Lab,
ARTS 166, at 7:00 pm.
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PROGRAM

Matt Felver, piano
Kimberly Amin, piano
Gena Meyers, violin
Matthew Geer, cello

Images  (1905)    
By Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
I.     Reflets dans l’eau                                                
II.    Hommage à Rameau
III.     Mouvement

Trio Élégiaque No. 1 in G Minor (1892)        
By Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)

Suite No. 2 for Two Pianos, Op. 17 (1901)    
By Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)
I. Introduction                                                          
III.  Romance

Piano Trio #5 in D, Op. 71/1 “The Ghost” (1808)
By Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827)
I. Allegro Vivace e Con Brio     
                                                 
MATT FELVER is a graduating senior in his final quarter at UCR. He has studied piano for 17 years and is currently under the capable hands of UCR Piano Instructor Kimberly Amin. Over the past four years, he has been involved in a wide range of solo and collaborative performances both on and off campus. He has been privileged to perform for the UC Regents and Chancellors, distinguished faculty, and important members of the community, including local schoolchildren and aspiring young pianists. Upon graduation, he seeks to enter the music business to become a director of artistic planning or community development for a metropolitan symphony, ultimately becoming an Executive Director.

Matt wishes to express his gratitude for the many invaluable influences in his life that have shaped him as an artist, scholar, and man. He has been blessed with the wisdom of his professors, the kinship of his fellow musicians, and the support of his family, friends, and loved ones for which he is constantly humbled. Finally, he would like to sincerely thank you for attending tonight’s performance and joining him in the celebration of UCR’s vibrant music community.


Parking: $6 permits at the University Kiosk




Open to: General Public
Admission: Free
Sponsor: Music Department

Contact Information:
Kathy DeAtley
(951) 827-3245
performingarts@ucr.edu