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Celebrating the Early Keyboard: Recital

Elisabeth Wright, Harpsichord


Join us for an exciting duo of early keyboard events! Internationally known Elisabeth Wright will perform a harpsichord recital on Friday evening, followed on Saturday by a morning workshop on continuo playing for organists and harpsichordists.

Elisabeth Wright

Ms. Wright describes her recital as “Flores de Música” – Songs, Dances and Fantasias by Cabezon, Cabanilles, Frescobaldi, Louis Couperin and J.S. Bach.

Elisabeth Wright, a Portland native, is Professor of Music in Harpsichord and Fortepiano at Indiana University. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician, and continuo improviser at numerous festivals and concert series around the world and has been a member of Duo Geminiani with violinist Stanley Ritchie since 1974. She has recorded for Focus, Centaur, Musical Heritage, Milan-Jade, Classic Masters, and Pro Musica Antiqua labels and is in demand for master classes and summer courses in the United States and abroad. Ms. Wright has served as artistic director of projects devoted to musical settings of Italian baroque poetry. She is a founding member of the Seattle Early Music Guild and Bloomington Early Music Associates and serves as a board member of the Early Music America and a panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts.


Recital is free to Students/Faculty/Staff of Reed College

WEKA and PAGO Members – Free

Regular Admission – $20   Student/Senior Admission – $10



March 16, 2018 07:30 PM
March 16, 2018 09:30 PM
Reed College Performing Arts Building, Room 320
5740 SE 28th Avenue
Portland United States Oregon
  • Purchase Options
    • WEKA member (free) $0.00
    • Portland AGO member $0.00
    • Regular Admission $20.00
    • Student Admission $10.00
    • Senior Admission (over 62) $10.00
    • Reed College faculty/student/staff $0.00
Lynn Hanson, President
Western Early Keyboard Association
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