Sunday January 23, 2022 — 7:30 PM EST
Emerson Avenue Salonlines Proudly Presents
a Live YouTube Broadcast
– A “hybrid” concert –
Scarlatti, Mozart, Chopin, Liszt and Scriabin
A Musical journey from the late 17th century to the early 20th century showcasing some of the most important composers from the Rococo through the Classical, Romantic and late Romantic periods.
Domenico Scarlatti Sonata in E Major, L23 (K380)
Wolfgang A. Mozart Sonata No.17 in B flat, K.570
Mazurka in F Minor, Op. 7, No. 3
Mazurka in A minor, Op. 17, No.4
Franz Liszt “Années de Pélerinage” (Years of Pilgrimage) Premiére Année (Swiss)
No.2 “Au lac de Wallenstadt”
No.4 “Au Bord d’une Source”
Etude: op.8 No.11
Etude: op.8 no. 12
Praised for his “brilliance in expression . . .illuminated by gentle intensity” (Fränkische Landeszeitung), pianist Nikola Paskalov has actively performed internationally, having given solo and chamber music concerts throughout Europe and USA. He has appeared as a soloist numerous times with the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra as well as the Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Symphony Orchestra of the Croatian Radio. Recently he gave a solo recital for the “Pianists of the World” concert series at St. Martin-in-the-Fields in London, made his debut recital at Carnegie Hall in New York and performed with Bowen McCauley Dance at the Kennedy Center Therese Theater and Eisenhower Theater in Washington, DC. Nikola appears on, and produced, recordings under the JMM (Jeunesse Musicale Macedonia) label and recorded Nikola Glassl’s piano concerto with the Symphony Orchestra of the Croatian Radio under their label. Most recently Nikola moved to the Washington, DC metro area where he continues to perform as both a solo artist, with soprano, Karin Paludan and their duo, Paludan Paskalov, and others. Eager to help shape and encourage the next generations of young pianists, Mr. Paskalov has also opened private piano studio in McLean, VA.
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7:30 Sharp! YouTube Performance
8:35-ish Zoom Reception (2 mins after performance ends)
9:30-ish Dessert and wine
HOW TO WATCH
To watch the YouTube broadcast of this performance, click the following link:
Until the video begins, this will be a static picture.
(You can only make “chat” comments while the YouTube Live broadcast airs and only if you have a YouTube “channel”, which is free and easy to get.)
You are encouraged to participate in a Zoom reception with our Virtuoso. To do that, you need to download and and install the Zoom application and, after the performance (~8:30PM), click on the following link :
>>> AFTER THE SALONLINE!! <<<
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We are delighted with how many of you have come along with us on our venture into the “virtual” online world (here’s to virtue!) We hope to continue to host and broadcast Salonlines almost every Sunday evening at 7:30.
This is the new “normal” Emerson Avenue Salonline — the performance is obviously free but you can send a donation (which will be doubled!) to Nikola via PayPal — just use my personal email, email@example.com or mail a check to Bill Ewing, 1508 Emerson Avenue, Mclean VA 22101.Our artists REALLY appreciate your show of support!
We (Jackie & Bill) will MATCH ALL DONATIONS!!
Please give generously!
We will serve dessert and wine after the performance.
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