The Department of Music welcomes guest artist Arunesh Nadgir presenting a recital on piano.

Location:
Ticket Info:
This event is free but advanced tickets are required.
Questions:

The Department of Music welcomes guest artist Arunesh Nadgir presenting a recital on piano. Praised for his passionate, sensitive, and thoughtful musical style, Nadgir has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in the United States, South America, Europe, and Asia. He has performed in venues including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Kodak Hall at the Eastman Theatre, and Jordan Hall, and has participated in several international music festivals including the Millennium International Piano Festival, The Moulin d’Andé Festival, and the Kneisel Hall Summer Music Festival. He has been heard on Nashville Public Radio and WNYC in live radio broadcasts.  An accomplished teacher, Nadgir is the coordinator of keyboard studies and associate professor of piano at Middle Tennessee State University. He also maintains a private piano studio and is an active member of the MTNA.

This event is free but advanced tickets are required. In addition to the Denison community, we are currently able to welcome vaccinated family members of Denison students, faculty, and staff and a limited number of vaccinated community members. You will be required to submit either your Denison D# or share your proof of vaccination when ordering your ticket. Masks are required.  


More Upcoming Events

Denison Choirs Fall Showcase Concert

The Department of Music presents a Denison Choirs Fall Showcase Concert.

The Vail Series presents ‘BLACKBIRD, FLY’

"BLACKBIRD, FLY" A Concert for Voice, Body and Strings: Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Spoken Word. Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR), Violin, Piano.

Will Wilson Artist Talk

Join us for an evening artist talk with Will Wilson.

Denison University's Orchestra presents a Fall Concert

The Department of Music presents a concert by Denison University's Orchestra.

Composers Seminar Recital with Third Coast Percussion

The Department of Music presents a concert of new music created by student composers featuring ensemble-in-residence Third Coast Percussion.

Junior Recital: Blythe Dahlem on guitar and banjo

The Department of Music welcomes Blythe Dahlem '23 presenting his junior recital on guitar and banjo.

Beck Series presents Ada Limón

Denison University's Beck Series welcomes Ada Limón.

Student Recital

The Department of Music presents a student recital.