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    FREDERIC CHOPIN: LATER YEARS (Ivy Hall)

    Fine Art Music Company

    Where:
    6331 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, 19151
    When:
    • Friday February 14th 2020, 7:30pm to 9:30pm

    FOR THE LOVE OF CHOPIN series
    Concert pianists
    KATARZYNA SALWINSKI and ROLLIN WILBER
    will explore their fascination and love for Frederic Chopin by playing his eternally powerful music, sharing their feelings with the audience about why they are so drawn to it as pianists.

    This performance focuses on Chopin’s artistic life beyond Poland, while living in Paris. and great works of his music from those mature years.

    The performers share thoughts form his contemporaries, artists, writers (George Sand), poets, musicians; students and his salon listeners…

    FREDERIC CHOPIN, LATER YEARS
    MUSIC FEATURED:
    Scherzo #3
    Etudes, op.25 #7 & 11
    Nocturnes in C minor and D=flat
    Ballades #1 & #4
    Mazurkas op.50
    Barcarolle

    Accessibility Information

    IVY HALL – International Institute for Culture
    6331 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19151
    office: 215-877-9910|
    website: www.iiculture.org

    ACCESSIBILITY: The building is accessible, with a small step up to the front door. The rest rooms are accessible-size, and on the FIRST FLOOR. A small elevator can take you to the SECOND FLOOR, where concerts are held in a small ballroom. ADVANCE NOTICE is appreciated (contact office during weekday work hours) to give you maximum convenience.

    PARKING INFO: easy, free street parking is available near the Ivy Hall building on Lancaster Avenues and side streets.
    There is a curved drive in front of the building for easy drop-off and pick-up.

    NOTE: There is no on-site parking allowed.
    TICKETS
    $10 - $29
    CONTACT
    Rollin Wilber
    2158039725

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