On Thursday, October 13, Catalin Dima will present a recital at Wynne Chapel, Austin College. This program is free and open to the public.
Hailed as a pianist that displays “an expressive and unleashed interpretation, transcending all the technical challenges of the score…a gift to the audience” (Romanian Music Radio), Catalin Dima has established himself as one of the leading artists of his generation. His recital appearances and engagements with orchestras have brought him to venues throughout the United States and his native Romania. In his pursuit for innovative programming, Catalin combines mainstream and rare piano repertoire, often focusing on Romanian, American, and Japanese composers. Currently, Catalin is the Instructor of Piano at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. He is also the founder of the Texoma Piano Competition and the artistic director of the Musical Arts Series at SE.
Thursday, October 13, 7:30pm
Clifford J. Grum Sanctuary, Wynne Chapel
900 N. Grand Ave, Sherman
Franz Liszt – “Elegie” no. 2
Maurice Ravel – “Ondine”
(1875-1937) – “Oiseaux tristes”
Sergei Bortkiewicz – “Esquisse de Crimee”:
(1877-1952) III. Idylle Orientale
George Enescu – “Carillon nocturne”
Paul Constantinescu – “Cantec”
(1909-1963) - “Joc Dobrogean”