American Pianists Awards Solo Recital — Dominic Cheli

Starting on June 06, 2021 3:30 pm
At Online
Posted by Lee Clifford

Five finalists perform solo recitals livestreamed from the Indiana History Center in Indianapolis as part of a reimagined 2021 American Pianists Awards. 

Dominic Cheli

French Suite No. 5 in G Major, BWV 816 by Johann Sebastian Bach
- Allemande
- Courante
- Sarabande
- Gavotte
- Bourrée
- Loure
- Gigue

Alluvion (world premiere) by Laura Kaminsky
Commissioned for the 2021 American Pianists Awards

From Twenty-Six Etudes for Solo Piano, Book 2 by H. Leslie Adams
- Etude No. 2 in A♭ Major

Sonata for Piano No. 1 (1990) by Carl Vine
- Lento
- Leggiero e legato

From Two Poems, Op. 32 by Alexander Scriabin
- No. 1 in F♯ Major : Andante cantabile

Réminiscence de Don Juan, S. 418 by Franz Liszt
- Fantasy on themes from Mozart’s Don Giovanni


Kenny Broberg, Dominic Cheli, Michael Davidman, Sahun Sam Hong and Mackenzie Melemed have each received a cash prize of $50,000 and now begin the live, public adjudication process. The competition will culminate on June 25-27, 2021 with solo, chamber music and concerto performances. The winner will receive the Christel DeHaan Classical Fellowship, consisting of career assistance for two years, publicity, performance engagements, an Artist-in-Residence post at the University of Indianapolis and a recording contract with Steinway & Sons record label.

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