Recommended concert: pianist/composer Jeremy Siskind performing jazz and classical music at Carnegie Hall!

Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Time: 8pm
Venue: Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
Ticket: $35
Genre: Jazz and classical piano music

The Abby Whiteside Foundation presents pianist and composer Jeremy Siskind in a concert of both jazz and classical music on Wednesday May 30, 2012 at 8 PM at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.  Included in the program are five songs from his latest recording Finger-Songwriter to be released on May 15, 2012 on Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records, as well eight Etudes by Claude Debussy.

The complete program

1. Siskind  Such Harmonious Madness
2. Five Miniatures for Solo Piano
3. Claude Debussy Etudes:
Pour les sixtes
Pour les octaves
Pour les degrees chromatiques
Pour les agréments
Pour les notes répétées
Pour les sonorités opposes
Pour les accords
4. Jackson  Black or White
5. Siskind  More Mist Than Moon*
6. Siskind  Twilit Water, Vanished Music*
7. Siskind  The Inevitable Letdown*
8. Adamson  Too Young To Go Steady
9.Siskind  Aubade*
10. Siskind  Theme for a Sunrise*

      • – From the latest CD release Finger Songwriter


About Jeremy Siskind

Jeremy Siskind is an improvising pianist equally at home in the jazz and classical worlds. Holding degrees in Jazz Performance and Music Theory from the Eastman School of Music, he currently teaches piano, composition, and beginning music theory at Bergen Yamaha in New Jersey. He’s given masterclasses on all aspects of jazz and composition.