Upcoming Concerts/Events

2018
September 22nd Saturday 7:30
Groupmuse in Murry Hill NYC,
Bach – English Suite No. 2 in a minor: Prelude
Oliver Messiaen Prelude No. 1 ‘La colombe” (The Dove)
Debussy – Prelude Book 2 No. 8 “Ondine”
Prelude Book 1 No. 1- “La cathédrale engloutie” (The Sunken Cathedral)
Scriabin – Prelude and Nocturne for the left hand alone Op. 9
Beethoven – Sonata No. 21 in C Major Op. 53 (Waldstein)
October 14th, 2:00
Fort Lee School of Music – Fort Lee, NJ
RSVP Here
Concerto Concert with Kyle Walker
Mozart – Concerto No. 12 in A Major
Tchaikovsky – Concerto in b flat minor Op. 32
October 26th, 7:30pm Friday Spring Hill, Tennessee
Church at Station Hill  (8083 Station Hill Dr, Spring Hill, TN 37174)
Spring Hill Orchestra – Conductor: Rebecca Vendemo
Tchaikovsky – Piano Concerto No. 1 Op. 23
October 27th, 7:30pm Saturday – Nashville Tennessee
(Calvary United Methodist Church, 3701 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville, TN 37215)
Spring Hill Orchestra – Conductor: Rebecca Vendemo
Tchaikovsky – Piano Concerto No. 1 Op. 23
November 17th Saturday 
Solo recital In Connecticut
Bach – English Suite No. 2 in a minor: Prelude
Oliver Messiaen Prelude No. 1 ‘La colombe” (The Dove)
Debussy – Prelude Book 2:
No. 1 “Mist”
No. 8 “Ondine”
Joan Tower-  selections
Prelude Book 1: No. 1- “La cathédrale engloutie” (The Sunken Cathedral)
Scriabin – Prelude and Nocturne for the left hand alone Op. 9
Chopin – Nocturne Op. 9 No. 1
Brahms Op. 76 No. 1
John Adams – China Gates
Beethoven – Sonata No. 21 in C Major Op. 53 (Waldstein)
2019:
March 15 6:30 
NYC Bar Association,
Short Solo set TBA
Nashville Solo Recital – Steinway Piano Gallery TBA
Boston Debut TBA
2020
Concerto with The Spring Hill Orchestra: TBA
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3 thoughts on “Upcoming Concerts/Events

  1. Keep me posted on your events. It was great to talk to you yesterday. And I would love to hear a performance on your website.

  2. Daniel Colalillo’s Scriabin recital in Nashville was nothing short of spectacular. He beautifully conveyed the tragic lyricism of the left hand pieces, op. 8 etudes and op. 11 preludes, showed his mastery of exposing multiple layers in the op. 42 studies, and showed an incredible range of dynamics and colors from the softest soft in op. 32, to the ecstatic mass of sound in the 5th sonata, a breathtaking display of his technical mastery, structural understanding and control. Every phase of Scriabin’s compositional evolution was represented, a great introduction to those who were just discovering the Russian genius. Colalillo also triumphantly played Chopin’s heroic polonaise and unveiled the dramatic narrative of the g minor ballade. He clearly loves what he is playing and has thought out every detail. Daniel Colalillo is a young artist to watch, and I look forward to future appearances in Nashville.

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