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Monday, Aug. 30 at 8 p.m., Squires Recital Salon
Free; no reservation required

Faculty member Richard Masters  (piano) performs a program that mixes old works with new, from Mozart's bubbly Sonata in B-flat K. 333, to works of Brahms.

Also on the program are the world premiere of the jazzy "Blue Nocturne" by Texas-based composer Joel Love, and a performance of works by English/Irish composer E.J. Moeran. 

We look forward to seeing you at the first Music on Mondays live event since March, 2019! 

Masters, an associate professor of piano and collaborative piano in the School of Performing Arts, is a soloist, opera coach, chamber musician, and orchestral pianist.

His significant collaborations include concerts with baritone Donnie Ray Albert, flutist Valerie Coleman, mezzo-soprano Marta Senn, the late mezzo-soprano Barbara Conrad, and many others. He has appeared with former Boston Symphony principal trombonist Norman Bolter, former Juilliard String Quartet violinist Earl Carlyss, saxophonist Harvey Pittel, and under the baton of the late Lorin Maazel. Masters has performed solo, chamber, and vocal recitals throughout the United States and in Europe.

Masters is a Yamaha Artist

If you are an individual with a disability and desire an accommodation, please contact Susan Sanders at least 10 business days prior to an event.

Effective Aug. 3, 2020, all university community members and vsitors will need to display a parking permit, utilize the ParkMobile apppay a fee, or pay using an hourly meter to park on the Blacksburg campus unless otherwise noted by signage. Find additional parking information here.

We are grateful to Main Street Inn,  the Hotel Sponsor for the Music on Mondays and Visiting Artist Series in the School of Performing Arts at Virginia Tech.

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