‘Tri-C Classical Piano Series’ Explores New Aspects of Classic Works
March 21 virtual recital features German concert pianist Caroline Oltmanns
Savor the “crystalline playing and charismatic persona” of German concert pianist Caroline Oltmanns during the Tri-C Performing Arts Classical Piano Series presented by Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®).
A free virtual concert featuring Oltmanns begins at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 21. The acclaimed musician will explore new aspects of works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Claude Debussy, Friedrich Gulda and James Wilding.
Visit tri-c.edu/performingarts on March 21 to view the recital, prerecorded at her home in Youngstown. Oltmanns is a professor of piano at Youngstown State University.
“Caroline connects to music in a way that bring new life to classic works,” said Emanuela Friscioni, director of Tri-C’s Classical Piano Series. “The reviewers are right: She is a star in the piano world.”
Oltmanns has recorded six solo CDs while earning praise from critics and audiences around the world. Her newest concept album, WIND, was recorded in Germany and is scheduled for release this year.
This is the third virtual show in Tri-C’s four-part 2021 Classical Piano Series. The final online performance April 18 features Dan Tepfer, an award-winning French-American jazz pianist.
The 2021 Tri-C Classical Piano Series is presented by the William O. and Gertrude Lewis Frohring Foundation and made possible by Cuyahoga Community College, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Ohio Arts Council and Arts Midwest.
March 08, 2021
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