4 October 2007
Thursday 4 October 2007, 7PM
Goode Crowley Theater
The 2007 season continues with renowned classical pianist Bruce Levingston. New York-based Levingston is the rarest of modern musicians, a world-class pianist whose reputation is matched by a fearless commitment to the vanguard of new composition. Stylistically, there is a sensitivity to Bruce Levingston’s playing, a serenity that exists without sacrificing excitement or richness.
For his Marfa appearance, Bruce Levingston will feature Glass’s “A Musical Portrait of Chuck Close,” alongside masterworks by Mozart, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Brahms, and Debussy.
This exclusive performance is free to the public.