Trio opens season at art center
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Donal Fox
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KEENE, NH - Critically acclaimed pianist and composer Donal Fox and his Inventions Trio will open Keene State College’s Redfern Arts Center 2013-14 season with their unique amalgam of jazz, Latin, and classical music on Friday, September 20. The Donal Fox Inventions Trio will meld jazz and classical music with Afro-Cuban rhythms in a concert that starts at 7:30 pm in the Alumni Recital Hall. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for senior citizens, children, and Keene State alumni; and $5 for KSC students.

There are two free community programs scheduled around the Friday, September 20, performance. Fox will present an Art of Improvisation workshop at 2 pm that day in the Alumni Recital Hall. He and his trio will participate in a post-show meet-and-greet reception in the Redfern lobby. The performance coincides with KSC’s Parent/Family Weekend.

Fox is an internationally acclaimed composer, pianist, and improviser in both jazz and classical music. Fox recently premiered his Monk and Bach Project at Jazz at Lincoln Center; his orchestra piece, “Hear De Lambs A-Cryin,” commissioned by the Albany Symphony Orchestra for The Spiritual Project; his Scarlatti Jazz Suite Project at Tanglewood;s and the world premiere of his piano concerto Peace Out for Improvised Piano and Orchestra at Carnegie Hall with the American Composers Orchestra.

For tickets and more information call (603) 358-2168 or order online at www.keene.edu/racbp.
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