Celebrate Valentine’s Day with “Song, Dance and Romance,” an evening of music devoted to the concept of love. Collaborative pianist Robert Rocco and other School of Music faculty share the stage with guest dance artists in a program that will explore instrumental and vocal music – in classical as well as popular styles – complemented by live ballroom dancing.
A variety of instrumentation, such as piano, woodwinds, percussion and voices, will lend another layer of depth to this romantic concert.
Program to include:
- Edward Elgar Salut d'amour, Op. 12 (1888)
- Richard Strauss “Ständchen” (Serenade), for two pianos (1886)
- Stephen Foster “Why, No One to Love” (1862)
- Bud Powell "Danceland"
- Joseph Kosma "Autumn Leaves" (1945)
- Miguel del Águila Seducción, Op. 95