Pianist Dominic Cheli Makes His New York Recital Debut

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    When:
    March 12, 2019 all-day America/New York Timezone
    2019-03-12T00:00:00-04:00
    2019-03-13T00:00:00-04:00
    Where:
    154 W 57th St
    New York, NY 10019
    USA

    Pianist Dominic Cheli Makes His New York Recital Debut

    At Weill Recital Hall

    Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 7:30 pm

    Dominic Cheli, piano 
    Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
    Works by Liszt, Scriabin, Brahms, Carl Vine, and a David Hertzberg world premiere
    Tickets: $25 / $15 Student

    Concert Artists Guild announces that pianist Dominic Cheli, Co-First Prize Winner of the 2017 CAG Competition, will give his Weill Recital Hall debut on Tuesday, March 12 at 7:30pm. Dominic will perform works by LisztScriabinBrahmsCarl Vine, and the world premiere of Softly her tower crumbled in the sweet silent sun by David Hertzberg—a co-commission by the BMI Foundation and CAG.

    Full program:

    Carl Vine: Piano Sonata No. 1 (1990)

    Scriabin: Poème in F-sharp Major, Op. 32 No. 1

    Scriabin: Fantasie in B minor, Op. 28

    David HertzbergSoftly her tower crumbled in the sweet silent sun
    (World premiere – a co-commission by the BMI Foundation and CAG)

    Brahms: Intermezzo in A Major, Op. 118 No. 2

    Liszt: Réminiscences de Don Juan, S. 418

    Applauded by MusicWeb International for his “splendid playing…great skill and technical prowess,” St. Louis native Dominic Cheli‘s career is rapidly advancing. In addition to winning the CAG Competition in 2017, he was named a winner of the Music Academy of the West Concerto Competition and released his debut CD on the Naxos label, featuring the music of Muzio Clementi. Highlights of his 2018–19 season include performances at the Mostly Mozart Festival and Ravinia Festival, in addition to his Weill Recital Hall debut with CAG. Dominic made his Disney Hall concerto debut in Los Angeles last October with the Colburn Orchestra, led by Valery Gergiev. Additional featured concerto engagements include the Columbus Symphony and the Princeton Symphony, both under the baton of Rossen Milanov.

    Founded in 1951, Concert Artists Guild helps young musicians launch concert careers. Winners of CAG’s annual competition receive comprehensive management support, including a debut recital in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, concert bookings, opportunities through the CAG Commissioning Program and CAG Records label, marketing, publicity, and mentorship. Notable alumni artists include violinists Jennifer Koh and Joseph Lin (Juilliard Quartet), clarinetists David Shifrin and David Krakauer; flutist and MacArthur Fellow Claire Chase; groundbreaking ensembles Imani Winds, the Brasil Guitar Duo, and Sybarite5; and Grammy-winning ensembles Pacifica and Parker String Quartets, Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, and MacArthur Fellow Eighth Blackbird.