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American Piano Quartet plans BYU performance March 6

The American Piano Quartet, featuring Brigham Young University faculty artists Jeffrey Shumway, Robin Hancock and Scott Holden with guest artist Paul Pollei, will perform on Thursday, March 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the de Jong Concert Hall.

Tickets are $10 or $7 with a BYU or student ID and can be purchased from the Fine Arts Ticket Office, at performances.byu.edu or by calling (801) 422-4322.

The quartet will begin its performance with “Sac souci (Galop de bravoura)” by Joseph Ascher, “Five Hungarian Dances” by Johannes Brahms and the "Suite Algerienne" by Camille Saint-Saens. After the intermission, the concert will conclude with “Daydream and Nightmare,” op. 94 by Lowell Liebermann, “Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune” by Claude Debussy and “Les Preludes” by Franz Liszt.

Founded in 1984, the American Piano Quartet has performed several times overseas, including appearances in Japan, Brazil and Europe.

For more information, contact Jeffrey Shumway at (801) 422-4922.

Writer: Marissa Ballantyne

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