"A sensitive pianist" - The New York Times
Pianist and Music Institute faculty member Matthew Hagle presents a program that explores the way one piece reverberates through multiple times and cultures, making connections between 20th century America and a much earlier era. Bach’s C Major Prelude acts as a point of departure for a journey that spans some of the most beloved masterpieces of the piano repertoire, including works by Adams, Debussy, Chopin, and Liszt.
More about Matthew Hagle
Pianist Matthew Hagle’s performances are often noted for their musical understanding, imaginative programming, and beauty of sound. Clavier Magazine has noted the “rare clarity and sweetness” of his playing and the Springfield (MA) Republican remarked upon his “unaffected brilliance and profound understanding.” Hagle has been heard in halls throughout the United States, including at the National Gallery of Art, Symphony Space in New York, and the United States Supreme Court, and, internationally, in England, Australia, and Japan. Hagle performs frequently on radio station WFMT in Chicago, and has been heard on NPR’s Performance Today.