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SOUTHEASTERN PIANIST PRESENTS FREE RECITAL
HAMMOND – Southeastern
Louisiana University pianist Kenneth Boulton will present a free concert
Sept. 26 at the university’s Pottle Music Building Auditorium.
of music and director of Southeastern’s Community Music School, Boulton
will perform Francis Poulenc’s “Suite Francaise,” Mozart’s “Sonata in B-flat
major, K. 333,” Chopin’s “Fantasy in F minor, Op. 49,” Gabriel Fauré’s
“Nocturne in B-flat major, Op. 37,” and Lowell Liebermann’s “Three Impromptus,
The concert is scheduled
for 7:30 p.m.
Boulton has performed
widely as soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States and
in Europe. His debut recordings of Elie Siegmeister’s major works for solo
piano, released on compact disc by Naxos, have garnered international critical
acclaim and have been described by “Classics Today” as “dynamically charged,
fiercely committed, and brilliantly virtuostic.”
A Seattle native,
Boulton earned his bachelor’s degree from Washington State University.
In addition, he has a master’s and doctoral degree in piano performance
from the University of Maryland at College Park, where his teachers included
Nelita True and Thomas Schumacher.
For additional information,
contact the Southeastern Department of Music and Dramatic Arts, 985-549-2184.