Albert Kim will give a free Noon Tunes concert Oct. 15 Pitt-Bradford as part of the Spectrum arts series.
The concert will take place at noon
in the Bromeley Family Theater, located in Blaisdell Hall.
Among his selections will be Sergei
Prokofiev’s Sonata no. 8 and J.S. Bach’s Partita no. 2 in C minor.
Kim has given many solo and chamber
recitals throughout the United States and Europe following his debut at the age
of 10, when he substituted for an ailing Vladimir Horowitz in a gala
performance at Carnegie Hall.
He has collaborated with a diverse
range of performing groups and also maintains an active schedule as a composer,
arranger and teacher of piano and music theory. He will earn his doctorate this
fall from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y., where he studied with
Soviet pianist Natalya Antonova, and is currently a professor of music at
Linfield College in Oregon.
Spectrum features visual, literary
and performing artists chosen by university arts faculty with an emphasis on
academic and curriculum-based events and activities.