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Paul Bisaccia - pianist performs Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue - The Spire Series

October 20, 2017

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Contact

First & Franklin Presbyterian Church
210 W. Madison St. corner of Park Ave and Madison St
Baltimore, MD 21201
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Phone:
410-728-5545

Overview

Paul Bisaccia will perform a concert of seldom played original solo piano arrangements made by Gershwin himself, plus a little history, more humor and many anecdotes that make the man who made the music come alive for an evening. An intimate experience like this is most appropriate, because this is how Gershwin performed his music for friends. Paul Bisaccia is the first artist to record all the solo piano music of Gershwin. The program will include favorites such as Swanee, ‘S Wonderful and I Got Rhythm as well as the seldom played original solo piano version of Rhapsody in Blue that Mr. Bisaccia played on his PBS television special Gershwin by Bisaccia. The American Record Guide says, “For Gershwin interpretations Bisaccia wins hands down.” Noted cabaret performer Michael Feinstein calls Bisaccia’s concerts, “consummate musicianship.” There will be a wide screen on stage presenting a live close up of Mr. Bisaccia’s hands, so everyone will have a special view. A reception will follow the concert where you can meet and greet the artist. Buy your tickets online and avoid the rush at the door. We will hold your name at the Will Call table.

Event Details

Event Category General Information Neighborhood

  • Kid-friendly
  • Music
  • Out & About
  • Singles
  • Special Events
  • Admission: $20 general admission $10 students
  • Family-friendly
  • Mount Vernon

Amenities

Event Category
  • Kid-friendly
  • Music
  • Out & About
  • Singles
  • Special Events
  • See less
General Information
  • Admission: $20 general admission $10 students
  • Family-friendly
  • See less
Neighborhood
  • Mount Vernon
  • See less