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On Sunday, January 12 at 3 PM, the Grammy nominated North/South Chamber Orchestra under the direction of its founder composer/conductor Max Lifchitz welcomes the New Year with a free-admission concert featuring works by composers from Europe and the Americas

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Piano music by Three Generations of
Women Composers from the Europe and the Americas

JUDITH LANG ZAIMONT (USA)          Serenade (2006)

ALA BORZOVA (Russia/USA)               Fairy Tale Pictures (1986)

JENNIFER CASTELLANO (USA)          Sketches (2009)

ELISENDA FABREGAS (Spain/USA)    Homenaje a Mompou (2006)

KATHERINE HOOVER (USA)                  Dream Dances (2008)

FAYE ELLEN SILVERMAN (USA)         Three/Four (2007)

JACQUELINE NOVA (Colombia)           Transiciones (1975)

ALA PAVLOVA (Russia/USA)                Prelude (1995)

ALICIA TERZIAN (Argentina)               Toccata (1954)

AWILDA VILLARINI (Puerto Rico)       Bomba y Plena (1996)

MARGARITA ZELENAIA (Russia/USA)     Impromptu (2006)

Max Lifchitz, piano

“A consummate musician …. one of America’s finest exponents of contemporary piano music.”
American Record Guide

Sunday, April 18, 2010 at 3 PM

Christ & St. Stephen’s Church

120 West 69th Street, NYC
(between Broadway & Columbus)
Free Admission

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