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JAMINA GERL

Direct from Carnegie Hall – Free Boulder Piano Recital

Weltklassik – “Piano Works for Big und Little People!”

JAMINA GERL, Friday, June 19, 2015 at 7:00 pm, at Mountain View United Methodist Church, Boulder

Dear Boulderites!  I saw Jamina Gerl perform this concert in Denver yesterday and was blown away. I was going to buy tickets for friends so they could experience this wonderful performer and music. Jonathan and Shelley Bein, who are well versed in classical piano, were also tremendously enthusiastic about the music and pianist, Jamina Gerl.  Please treat yourselves to this delightful event! And it is FREE!  Bring your friends. I will.

German pianist Jamina Gerl has been praised by critics as an “extremely subtle musical designer” whose “tense and differentiated piano playing of artistic depth” is always “deeply connected with the sound and structure of the music.” Jamina grew up in Bonn, Germany, and studied at the Hochschule für Musik Kölnas well as in the USA. Recent performance highlights include appearances at Steinway Hall NYC, the German Embassy in Washington DC, Carnegie Hall, and a NYC orchestral debut of Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto Number 3. The selected works for Ms. Gerl’s current program includes compositions by Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, and Liszt.

For further information, please contact Harv Mahan (303-931-2396).

Free tickets obtained from Activities Director, Mountain View United Methodist Church, 303-494-5025

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