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Reminiscences from 90 Years at the Piano

Sep 20, 2012— 12:00 pm

glazer1-199x300Frank Glazer

Artist in Residence, Bates College

Pianist extraordinaire Frank Glazer will be the opening speaker for the 15th season of the Great Falls Forum. On Thursday, Sept 20th at 12:00 noon in the Library’s Callahan Hall Glazer will be speaking on “Reminiscences from 90 Years at the Piano.”

For the last 32 years Frank Glazer has been an Artist-in-Residence at Bates College where he gives frequent solo recitals on campus, as well as performances with the Bates College Orchestra and with students, faculty, and guest artists. Before coming to Bates he was Professor of Piano on the Artist Faculty of the Eastman School of Music.

A concert pianist, Mr. Glazer has performed throughout the world and played with leading orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Read more about Glazer and listen to a recent interview on American Public Media’s program, The Story.

All Forum programs are free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to bring a brown bag lunch or to take advantage of the Forum’s partnership with Guthries Cafe and order from their menu in advance of the presentation; bottled water, coffee and tea will be available at the Library.

The Great Falls Forum is co-sponsored by Bates College, the Lewiston Sun Journal and LPL. For more information contact the Library’s Adult Services Desk at 513-3135.

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Written on: Aug 26, 2013

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