Described in The WholeNote as “an innovative musician and aggressive thinker with a gift for keyboard brilliance,” Dr. Nicholas Susi enjoys a multifaceted career living out his deep love for music; his varied activities in recent seasons have included solo and concerto performances, masterclasses, lectures, community outreach events, and competition adjudication.
A native of St. Louis, MO, Dr. Susi is currently based out of Duluth, MN where he is Assistant Professor of Music at the College of St. Scholastica. In addition to teaching private lessons in piano, Dr. Susi also teaches music theory and coordinates the class piano program. He completed his doctorate at the University of Michigan, with previous studies at the University of Kansas and at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln as a two-time DAAD grantee. Primary teachers include Zena Ilyashov, Jack Winerock, Nina Tichman, and Arthur Greene.
Dr. Susi will present a recital on Thursday night in Roussel Hall and a masterclass on Friday afternoon in Nunemaker Auditorium. Both events are free and open to the public.
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Algiers Point Community Concert
Cita Dennis Hubbell Library
725 Pelican Ave.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
No RSVP required
Join us for wine, snacks, and great music at the Hubbell Library in historic Algiers Point. Bring the kids, too, and hear CCCMF Festival Artists present an interactive, family-friendly program in a relaxed, informal setting!
Versipel New Music is excited to welcome New York City-based guitarist Giacomo Baldelli to open our sixth season on October 15th at Hotel Peter and Paul.
Critically noted as “one of the most complete performers of the new generation”, Baldelli is focused on exploring works of the 20th century, but also on developing a new 21st century repertoire for guitar. Most recently, he has been interested in expanding the contemporary repertoire for electric guitar.
Giacomo Baldelli will perform a concert of modern music for electric guitar, including performances of works by some of today’s leading voices in contemporary music such as French composer Tristain Murail and U.S. composer Eve Beglerian.