The Dublin-born contemporary pianist Isabelle O’Connell will perform on Thursday night, Nov, 7, at the Irish Arts Center in New York. She’s been called “[One] of the finest, busiest pianists active in New York’s contemporary-classical scene” by The New York Times, and a “young Irish piano phenom” by the New Yorker.
At her intimate Nov. 7 concert, she’ll celebrate 20 years since her first arrival in New York by performing a wide range of works by George Gershwin, Henry Cowell, Missy Mazzoli, Jacob ter Veldhuis, Julia Wolfe, and contemporary Irish composers Seoirse Bodley, Siobhán Cleary, Jane O’Leary, and Bill Whelan. For more details, visit irishartscenter.org.
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