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Gabriel Chodos in Concert

Presenting Gabriel Chodos, Pianist

Date:

7/21/14

Address:

US

Hours:

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Audience members are recommended to come 15 minutes in advance of concert for optimal seating.

Phone:

401-316-2162,

For the third year running, the Atlantic Music Festival is proud to present a performance from a world-renowned master and faculty at the Piano Institute and Seminar: Gabriel Chodos from New England Conservatory. Gabriel Chodos, a teacher, performer, and recording artist of international repute, has given master classes and concerts all over the world, and chaired the NEC piano department for 25 years. Chodos has performed throughout the U.S., Europe, Japan, and Israel, and is known in particular for his interpretations of music from the heart of the pianist's repertoire—Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, and Brahms.

Directions: Follow directions to Colby's campus. As you come onto campus on Mayflower Hill Drive, turn left on Cotter Drive, opposite the Diamond Building. To drop off passengers or for limited handicapped-access parking, follower Cotter Drive past Eustis, Lovejoy, and Cotter Union buildings to the small lot at the Rose Chapel entrance to Lorimer.

Parking Information: Regular parking is in the Eustis Lot, at the entrance to Cotter Drive between the Eustis and Diamond buildings or, if that is, full, in the Lunder Lot behind Diamond and Admissions.

Free and open to the public. No reservations needed.