Grand Piano Experience with Dr. Alexander Wasserman


By Kelly Kipfer, Photo Credit Kelly Kipfer

WALESKA, Ga – Dr. Wasserman, Pianist and recently appointed Assistant Professor of Music here at RU, provided a grand experience for audience members at Flint Hall at the Falany Performing Arts Center Monday night.

Dr. Wasserman performed a solo piano concert on Feb. 5 that was open to public and free of charge.

The following pieces were performed: Suite Bergamasque composed by Claude Debussy, consisting of the following four movements: Prélude, Menuet, Clair de lune and Passepied, Prélude and Sonatine composed by Maurice Ravel, consisting of the following three movements: Modéré, Mouvement de menuet and Animé, Grande valse brillante in E-flat Major Op. 18, Étude in A-flat Major Op. 25 No. 1, Valse in C-sharp minor Op. 64 No. 2, Nocturne in F-sharp minor Op. 37 No. 2, Impromptu in G-flat Major Op. 51 and Scherzo in C-sharp minor Op. 39 composed by Frédéric Chopin.

The audience members at Flint Hall seemed to be riveted by Dr. Wasserman’s excellent performance. The sound of the piano added clarity to Flint Hall.

Dr. Wasserman has also collaborated with members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and has appeared as guest pianist with the Atlanta Chamber Players.

He has served as Artist-in-Residence before becoming Assistant Professor of Music at Reinhardt University.

Dr. Wasserman is offering Applied Piano Lessons for course credit this semester. Interested RU students can contact Dr. Wasserman at his email for more information.

Visit Dr. Wasserman’s official website to find out more about him.

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