UNFORTUNATELY, THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. DePauw University’s top priority is the safety of the community. With the reporting of the first positive case of COVID-19 identified in Marion County, near Indianapolis, the University is following health department recommendations to cancel large events.
The idea behind this program could not be simpler: this is a self-reflection. These are pieces that pianist Tony Weinstein has known and loved for quite some time—each corresponds roughly to a decade of his life. He associates the drama of Mozart’s Fantasia, K. 475, and Sonata, K. 457, in C Minor with his teens and early school years. Schubert’s A Minor Sonata, D. 784, represents the coming-of-age that took place during his twenties and graduate school. Beethoven’s Sonata, Op. 31 No. 2, bears associations with his years of teaching.
Of his program, Tony says, “These connections are deeply personal and not easily verbalized. What I hope to share is a certain energy which they release within me—there is no need to understand the specifics of the narrative as long as the wave of emotional intention and impact is perceived.”
Join faculty pianist Tony Weinstein for a night that will span the decades of his life, told through gorgeous music performed from the heart. All are invited, and no ticket is required.