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Pianist Jason Hardink is the Artistic Director of the NOVA Chamber Music Series and Principal Symphony Keyboard of the Utah Symphony. His performances include a wide-ranging repertoire of music by living composers and works of the historical canon. Recent performances include the U.S. premiere of the complete numbered Klavierstücke of Wolfgang Rihm at Spectrum NYC, as well as concerti with the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra, Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, and the Utah Symphony. Over the last few seasons, he has given a series of lecture recitals on Beethoven's piano sonatas, performed a cycle of recitals situating the late piano music of Franz Schubert in dialogue with works by Second Viennese School composers, and toured with Olivier Messiaen's monumental Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus.
Caine Performance Hall, USU Campus
Études d'exécution transcendante - Franz Listzt; Douze notations pour piano - Pierre Boulez
Franz Liszt, Pierre Boulez, Piano, Liszt Transcendental Etudes
Hardink, Jason, "Jason Hardink: Liszt Transcendental Etudes" (2017). All Music Department Programs. 83.