Miriam Schwanauer, who directs the Conservatory’s Early Childhood Music program, performs young works of beloved and deeply poetic composers, Berg, Schubert, and Chopin, composed in their early twenties.
Miriam is graduate of the Eastman School of Music (B.M. in Applied Piano, and M.M. in Piano Performance and Literature). Devoted to teaching for over 30 years, she also continues to perform as a soloist, a chamber musician, and a collaborative pianist.
Franz Schubert, Piano Sonata in A, D.664, composed in 1819
Alban Berg, Piano Sonata, Op, 1, composed c.1909
Frederic Chopin, Nocturne in c#minor, op.posth., composed in 1830
The Noonday Concert Series is free to the public because of the continued support of our sponsors: Norman Hanson DeTroy and the Portland Rossini Club.
As a nonprofit, we also rely on individual donations, and The David Nichols Charitable Trust will once again match all donations.
We thank our sponsors and YOU for your generosity.