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Free Concert: Idith Meshulam Korman, piano
December 3 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
No reservations required
This concert is presented FREE to the Stamford community thanks to the generous support of the Robinson-Broadhurst Foundation and individual donors.
Ms. Meshulam received her doctorate from New York University, where she taught for ten years, researching the unpublished piano music of Stefan Wolpe. She collaborated with the composer and
conductor Gunther Schuller, with whom she recorded Skalkottas’ 32 Piano Pieces for GM Recording. American Record Guide’s review described her “playing with energetic moxie and aplomb, her technique truly phenomenal yet, her subtle coloring of the introspective passages is no less awe-inspiring.”
Learn more about Idith Meshulam Korman here.
Ms. Meshulam has collaborated with the South African visual artist William Kentridge, and performed
multimedia solo recitals at Milan Museum, and at Zankel in NY. Recently She collaborated with the visual artist Louise Fishman, and performed at Chaim and Read Gallery, and at the Neuberger Museum of Art. In the last years, she has collaborated with Bread and Puppet Theatre and would perform with them in France and Italy.
Ms. Meshulam is the founder and director of Ensemble π, a socially conscious ensemble, functioned as the
curator of the American Composers Alliance festivals, and on the board of Association for the Promotion of
New Music. Currently she is teaching at Bard College at the Bard Prison Initiative program.