Tali Morgulis Piano Recital
Registration is required for this event, and the audience is limited to the first 30.
For the protection of our patrons, students, faculty, and staff, covid seating protocols will apply and there will be a brief screening in the lobby of the theatre.
Description: Tali Morgulis, Associate of Professor of Piano at UH, will give a solo recital. The evening's program includes Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata," Lowell Lieberman's Nocturne no. 4, and Rachmaninov's Six Musical Moments.
Israeli-American pianist Tali Morgulis is a passionate performer and a dedicated pedagogue. Prize winner of several international competitions, Dr. Morgulis presents critically acclaimed solo, chamber music, and orchestral performances worldwide. Tali champions living composers with regular commissions and performances of new pieces. Her concert repertoire also includes many lesser-known gems of composers past and present. Her most recent performances have championed works by women composers. She is currently an Associate Professor of Piano at the Moores School of Music, University of Houston, Texas.
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