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Fred Hersch Trio at Williams Center for the Arts

Where

Williams Center for the Arts
317 Hamilton Street (at High Street)
Easton, PA
(610) 330-5009

When

Wed, April 18, 2018
8:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2018-04-18 8:00 pm 2018-04-18 Fred Hersch Trio at Williams Center for the Arts A theme emerges from any study of Fred Hersch’s “shimmering pianism” (Chicago Tribune): balance. Hushed and buoyant, meticulous and playful, delicate and eruptive, Hersch plays with unbounded imagination. His storied career is punctuated with remarkable pairings (Charlie Haden, Art Farmer, Stan Getz, Joe Lovano, Audra McDonald, and Kurt Elling, to name a few), and his trio work consistently draws such raves as “the players combine so effortlessly and gracefully that the music achieves a truly rare apotheosis” (Hot House Magazine). The Williams Center provides the perfect setting for an intimate, exuberant communion. Williams Center for the Arts, 317 Hamilton Street (at High Street) false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$27

Musicians

Fred Hersch
Fred Hersch
piano

About

A theme emerges from any study of Fred Hersch’s “shimmering pianism” (Chicago Tribune): balance. Hushed and buoyant, meticulous and playful, delicate and eruptive, Hersch plays with unbounded imagination. His storied career is punctuated with remarkable pairings (Charlie Haden, Art Farmer, Stan Getz, Joe Lovano, Audra McDonald, and Kurt Elling, to name a few), and his trio work consistently draws such raves as “the players combine so effortlessly and gracefully that the music achieves a truly rare apotheosis” (Hot House Magazine). The Williams Center provides the perfect setting for an intimate, exuberant communion.

Jennifer Philburn uploaded this event on July 17, 2017

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