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March 21, 2013

Piano Concert

HAVERHILL, MA - Due to inclement weather, the Essex Chamber Music Players fundraiser featuring pianist David Alan Pihl, originally scheduled for February 24, has been rescheduled for Sun., March 24. Pihl will perform the works of Mozart, Brahms, and McKinley, at the concert, which will begin at 2:00 p.m., in Northern Essex Community College’s Hartleb Technology Center, 100 Elliott St., Haverhill.

Pihl is an active soloist and collaborative player in the northeast. He has recorded a number of CD’s for Master Musicians Collective and Parma Recordings.

The NECC program will be rich in classic repertoire with Mozart’s “Piano Sonata #7 in C Major K. 309”, and three works of Brahms: “Capriccio in f# minor op. 76, #1”, “Rhapsodie #1 in b minor, op. 79”; and “Intermezzo in A Major, op 118, #2”.

The 2nd half of the program will be devoted to performing internationally known composer William Thomas McKinley’s “Etudes for Solo Piano”. Pihl will perform 17 of the 24 études.

Admission is $15.00, seniors $10.00, students $5.00, and NECC students with an ID are free. Tickets can be purchased in advance at MVarts.Info. Proceeds will benefit the Essex Chamber Music Players. The Essex Chamber Music Players, under the Artistic Direction Michael G. Finegold, are in residence at NECC.

For more information, visit or contact Finegold at 978 470-1584 or

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