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Music at the Museum presents Many Hands,

featuring pianist Marc Peloquin

Music at the Museum returns this Spring with a piano performance by Marc Peloquin featuring compositions by Peter Lieberson, Franz Schubert, David Del Tredici, and Alison Nowak. Many Hands celebrates music of extraordinary pianistic diversity and imagination in works spanning three centuries.

About the Performer

A New York Times critic has said “Marc Peloquin’s energetic approach yielded a performance that was refreshing and alive. Individual lines rang out with remarkable definition and clarity.” The pianist, called an “innovative ivory tickler” by Time Out, has appeared in a wide range of venues. In New York City he has performed at such venues as The Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Town Hall, Miller Theatre at Columbia University, Merkin Concert Hall, Weill Recital Hall and Bargemusic. He has also performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C, The Chicago Cultural Center, The Gardner Museum in Boston and the American Academy in Rome.

Marc Peloquin is the creator and curator of the KeyedUp Music Project, a concert series in New York City devoted to music of great composers of our time, their influences, and those they have influenced. The series, which began in 2010, has presented world premieres by composers Samuel Adler, Chester Biscardi, Steven Burke, David Del Tredici, Reena Esmail, Daron Hagen, Mario Lavista, Lowell Liebermann, Tobias Picker, and Ned Rorem.

Read Marc’s complete bio.

Music at the Museum is presented at no charge thanks to the generous sponsorship of Alison Nowak and Robert Cane.