|Teen pianist offers recital at BG library|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Tuesday, 18 February 2014 09:17|
Teenage pianist Grace O'Hare will perform her own composition as well as classic and contemporary pieces in recital Saturday at 5 p.m. in the atrium of the Wood County District Public Library.
A sophomore in Bowling Green High School and a student of Cheryl Magrum, she will perform her own composition "Paris, la Nuit, et la Musique."
Also on the program will be: "All of Me." by Jon Schmidt; "Notturno" by Ottorino Respighi; Preludes No. 1 & No. 2 by George Gershwin; "The Sunbeams...they Scatter" by South Korean pianist Yiruma; and
O'Hare, who also plays string bass, will be joined by Philip Konrad and Mickayla Thompson for a string trio rendition of another Yiruma piece, "Spring Rain."
O'Hare, accompanied by Magrum on piano, will solo on string bass on Giorgio Antoniotti's Adagio and Presto.
The recital will conclude with Beethoven's Sonata No. 8 ion C minor, "Pathetique."
O'Hare, 16, has studied with Magrum since age 5. She also plays the euphonium in the Bowling Green High School band. She is also a member of the Bowling Green High School Orchestra.
The daughter of Jack and Gina O'Hare, she [participates in theaters both at the high school and with community theater with Horizon Youth Theatre and the Black Swamp Players.
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