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World Acclaimed Pianist Magdalena Baczewska in Concert

World acclaimed pianist, Magdalena Baczewska, who has mesmerized audiences throughout America, Europe and Asia, will perform in-concert at the Jamesport Meeting House on Saturday, May 4 at 7:30 p.m., marking her fourth appearance at this historic venue. Her May 4th performance will be dedicated to the French composer, conductor and teacher, Nadia Boulanger, and will feature compositions by Boulanger’s favorite composer, J.S. Bach; her famous students Philip Glass and Aaron Copland; and works by Boulanger herself and by her sister, Lili. The concert will conclude with Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin, a composer whom Boulanger refused to take on as a student.

The performance will be followed by a reception with the artist. Tickets are only $20 and may be purchased online in advance at: https://jamesportmeetinghouse.org/site/magdalena-baczewska-2/

The performance venue, the Jamesport Meeting House, was erected in 1731 and is the oldest public structure on the East End of Long Island. The Jamesport Meeting House is prized for its superb acoustics as well as its historical significance.

Meet the Maestro at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton

The Hamptons Festival of Music returns to LongHouse Reserve where guests will have the opportunity to meet Maestro Michael Palmer, Artistic Director of TH·FM, and hear details of the 2024 season from both arts organizations. The evening will also feature a very special immersive concert performance by Amy Kang, visual artist, cellist, and a member of The New American Sinfonietta, TH·FM’s orchestra in residence, performing selections for solo cello that have inspired her visual artworks. This event is part of TH·FM’s 2024 Salon Series.