LIVE MUSIC AT THE LIBRARY: KIYOSHI TAMAGAWA
The Georgetown Public Library hosts “Live Music at the Library” at 2 pm the third Sunday of most months of the year; the concerts are free and open to the
The Georgetown Public Library hosts “Live Music at the Library” at 2 pm the third Sunday of most months of the year; the concerts are free and open to the public, and no longer require registration. Seating is limited to 200 attendees.
Kiyoshi Tamagawa -pianist
Kiyoshi Tamagawa, Professor of Music at Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX, has performed as a soloist and collaborative pianist throughout North America, Europe and Asia. His collaboration with the late violinist Eugene Fodor resulted in over thirty recitals and a CD of violin and piano music, “Witches’ Brew.” He has appeared with the Austin and Temple Symphony Orchestras and with orchestras in New England and Colorado. He is a past recipient of the Collegiate Teaching Award of the Texas Music Teachers’ Association and the 2016 Third Prize Winner of the American Prize Lorin Hollander Piano Concerto Award competition. His writings on musical topics have appeared in national journals, and his book Echoes From the East: The Javanese Gamelan and its Influence on the Music of Claude Debussy was published in 2019.
His August 2022 program at the Georgetown Public Library includes music of Bach, Schubert, Chopin and African-American composers of the 20th century.
Learn more at: southwestern.edu
Check the Library Events Calendar for more information about each performance.
This performance is a gift of the Friends of the Georgetown Public Library.
(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Georgetown Public Library
402 W 8th St, Georgetown, TX 78626