Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

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Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

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Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

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Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mendelssohn once wrote: “When one never encounters either objective criticism or goodwill, one eventually loses the critical sense needed to judge one’s work, while at the same time losing the wish to create it…I am thus more or less alone with my music.”

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Come on an exciting “RAGTIME ROMP” in this thrilling afternoon program at a private home in the Givens Estates.   Pianist Daniel Weiser will perform about 20 different rags from composers including Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott, Joseph Lamb, George Gershwin, and more.  He will also perform some fun novelty rags including “Ragging the Scale,” “Russian Rag,” and Felix Arndt’s hilarious “Operatic Desecration Rag.”  Dr. Weiser will talk about the history of this exciting syncopated music as well as the profound social implications of its rise from black ghettos into white cities.  Take a trip back to the first twenty years of the 20th century when Ragtime was king!

Listen to Dan perform George Cobb’s Russian Rag, based on the Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Clarinetist Steve Loew and pianist Daniel Weiser present another exciting concert highlighting the connections between Jewish “Klezmer” music and early American Jazz.   Featuring “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin plus works by Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and many more.

 

See a clip from their first Jewish Jazz program below:

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

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Pianist Daniel Weiser continues his exploration of the incredible piano music composed by women composers.  In this concert, he will focus on works by women in the late 19th and early 20th century including Cecile Chaminade and Louise Farrenc in France along with Amy Beach, Florence Price, and Marion Bonds in the U.S.   Dr. Weiser will talk about the difficulties these women faced in getting their voices heard at a time when many writers still thought composing could not be done by women.  Their incredible passionate and lyrical works reveal this to be patently untrue, but many still have not been able to make it into the general repertoire.  Guest artist Tim Schwarz, violin, will also join in on a few pieces.

Home of Dick and Ann Bury

Join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser for this fascinating lecture recital  highlighting some powerful, but sadly neglected female composers.  This program will explore the often difficult cultural barriers that kept their voices from being heard as they should.  Dr. Weiser will showcase the incredible variety, beauty, lyricism, passion, and energy of composers such as Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, Cecile Chaminade, and many more.  Despite the long odds of their success and a society that tended to limit their access to good musical education, all of these women composers produced soulful and distinct music that compares to many of the great male composers of the same period.   Weiser will perform works that are seldom heard (many unpublished) that reveal the intensity of longing that many of these women shared for some critical approbation.  As Fanny Mend