Kenneth Grigg, piano, performs a spectacular concert in an intimate setting. Mr. Grigg's unusual style emphasizes fluid virtuosity, beauty and variety of tone, and the aesthetic and emotional response of each listener in his audience.|
NEW DATE: Sunday, May 26, 2019, 7:15 PM: "Musique de chambre: La Salle intime"
Featuring Ben Reinhardt, violoncello.
- Debussy: Sonata pour violoncello et piano
- Mompou: Impresiones Intimas
- Vaughan Williams: Six Studies in English Folk-Song
- Chopin: Mazurkas (selected)
- Beethoven: Sonata in A major for Violoncello and Piano, Opus 69
All Mulberry Concerts are limited-seating events in our gracious Prairie Style home. Tickets include a post-concert wine and dessert reception.
Kenneth Grigg has concertized throughout the United States, Australia, Canada, and Italy; he attended the North Carolina School of the Arts, attended Oberlin College from which he received bachelor's degrees in piano and English (with a minor in history), and holds a master's degree in piano from the University of Texas, where he completed all course work for a DMA.
Mr. Grigg is active as recitalist, coach, teacher, chamber musician, collaborative pianist, and clinician; he is a member of the duo Senza Misura (with Catherine LeGrand).
Mr. Grigg has toured with the Oberlin Choir, the Arius Chamber Players, the Virginia Opera, Eurythmy, and has prepared projects ranging from Peter Brook's Marat/Sade (the Governor's School of North Carolina) to Arnold Schoenberg's Moses und Aron (Opera de Lyon).
Mr. Grigg's professional travels have taken him to Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, England, France, Gibraltar, Greece, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Thailand, Uruguay, and Wales.
Previous 2018-2019 Season Concerts
"The Rest of the Piece," September 23, 2018
"Etudes," November 18, 2018
"A Mulberry Olio," January 20, 2019
"Music by Women," March 24, 2019
Salle Pleyel (View)
1128 W. Columbia Avenue
Chicago, IL 60626
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|