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Guest Artist Recital: Joachim Reinhuber
Piano






Sunday, September 22, 2013 @ 4:00 PM
Jessen Auditorium
 
Rhapsodie op, 79, no. 1, B minor
Johannes Brahms
 (1833-1897)
 
Nocturne no. 13 B minor op. 119
Gabriel Faure
 1845-1924)
 
Prelude G major op. 32 no. 5
Prelude B minor op. 32 no. 10
 
Sergei Rachmaninov
(1873-1943)
 
Etude op. 25 no. 10 B minor
Nocturne B major op. 62 no. 1
 
Frederic Chopin
(1810-1849
 
INTERMISSION
Handel Variations op. 24
Johannes Brahms
 (1833-1897)
 

Dr. Joachim Reinhuber was born in Frankfurt, Germany. His first teacher, Franz Calvelli-Adorno, was his grandfather. He studied with Gisela Sott (Frankfurt), Robert Levin (University of Music, Freiburg), John Perry (Rice University, Houston TX) and Nancy Garrett (University of Texas at Austin). He was member of the faculty of the City of Aschaffenburg Music School, Germany, teaching piano, chamber music and music theory for 14 years. In August 2006 he moved to Texas to complete a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance at the University of Texas at Austin. He serves as Assistant Professor of Piano at Texas A&M University, Kingsville, and is in high demand as solo and collaborative performer, clinician, and adjudicator, both in the US and Germany. Recent performances include Beethoven's first piano concerto, Bach's concerto in D minor, and the Stravinsky concerto for piano and winds. In 2012 he was the pianist for the Texas Music Educators Association's All-State Men's Choir, in 2013 for the Texas Two Year College All-State Choir. In the fall and spring he will tour extensively through Texas and the US. Highlights include the performance of Brahms' piano concerto no. 1 with the Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra, and a residency at the Pueblo Keyboard Arts Festival in Pueblo, CO.