What do Bach, Chopin, Shostakovich, and George Crumb have in common? Salon 21 hosts pianist Susan Yang who will present a concert that reveals hidden connections across three centuries of composers by pairing unexpected preludes and miniature pieces and examining them side by side. Ultimately, Yang’s performance aims to evoke a sense of familiarity across the musical and generational spectrum. Despite the presentation of extremely different musical styles, the listener might be surprised to recognize the subtle connections between the pairings.
Location: Weston Art Gallery | $15 suggested donation