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Betty Wishart

The Music of Betty Wishart and Pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi

October  15, 2016  8:00 PM  - 10:00 PMDana Auditorium Auditorium, E.H. Little Fine Arts Center, Main Campus

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This concert is free and open to the public.

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Music by Queens alumna and composer Betty R. Wishart '69 is performed by pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi.

Wishart's honors include awards from The National League of American Pen Women and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Her music has been performed in Europe, South Korea, Russia and throughout the U.S. Recently, Ravello Records released a collection of her solo piano music, which highlights the composer's use of distinctive harmonic structure.

Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi is a Canadian-born pianist whose playinghas been lauded as "brilliant" (New Music Connoisseur),"persuasive" (Sequenza21) and "beautiful" (AmericanRecord Guide). Dr. Astolfi is a founding member of Piedmont Camerata, the resident chamber ensemble of Piedmont College, where she is Artist-in-Residence.

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