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The Horowitz Piano Series at Yale will present eight concerts in the 2014–2015 season, including performances by both guest artists and Yale faculty. The season presents music from the Renaissance to the twenty-first century; many events center around the legacy of Ludwig van Beethoven.
Richard Goode will open the series on Wednesday, October 1 with a program of late Beethoven works. On October 22, Peter Serkin will play music from the Renaissance by Josquin, Dowland, Byrd, and others, as well as selections by Mozart and Schoenberg.
Boris Berman, the artistic director of the Horowitz Piano Series, performs on November 12. His program pairs two sets of Beethoven variations (including the “Eroica” Variations in E-flat major) with two twentieth-century Russian composers: Stravinsky and Prokofiev. MORE