Bulgarian pianist Miroslava Panayotova will perform a solo piano recital, which includes pieces from various style periods. They will be presented under the theme “A Tapestry of Sorrows and Passions”. Each composition on the program will be somehow related to either one or both “threads” of our life’s tapestry. Imbued with sorrow, compositions by Astor Piazzolla, William Bolcom, and Jean-Philippe Rameau will be performed along with some of the most passionately sounding lyrical and dramatic piano works by Frédéric Chopin and Sergey Prokofiev, concluding with “Passion” by Pancho Vladigerov.
“Opus” by Princeaus would be an audio-visual performance experience to provide contextual depth to the lyrics behind my music. A story telling evening, where people could hear exactly why I felt each song should be written. An ASL interpreter will present for the duration of Princeaus’ set. Inspired by “Pictures in an Exhibition” by Mussorgsky, this’ll be opportunity to depict the reality behind the music. The good, the bad and the grizzly. A unique backdrop will work into each tracks’ narrative. “Opus” by Princeaus will be an intersectional and accessible community building experience.