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Anne Koscielny Memorial Concert, Sunday 9/13/2015 at 3 p.m.

Program: 

This concert in memory of Anne Koscielny, pianist and former Hartt faculty member, will be presented by the Musical Club of Hartford in conjunction with the Hartt School of Music. Ms. Koscielny performed a Memorial Concert for the Musical Club of Hartford at Millard Auditorium in 1990 to open its 100th Anniversary season and also presented a Musical Exploration lecture/recital on the music of Ludwig van Beethoven in April 2006 during the Club’s 115th season. She taught at the Hartt School for 23 years, and due to her tireless dedication to her students and to the refinement of her art, she was a vital part of the energy and life force of the school. She passed away on February15, 2015.

Two of Anne Koscielny’s former piano students, Mia Chung and Robert Henry, both of whom sustain international careers as concert pianists, will perform in her memory at this recital.

This concert takes place at 3:00 p.m.

To read more about this concert, look in the Aug. 29 issue of West Hartford News.

Admission is free.

Date: 
Sunday, September 13, 2015 - 3:00pm
Admission: 
$0.00
Type: 
Special Event
Location: 
Millard Auditorium, University of Hartford

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