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Piano Under the Stars, Claudio Recabarren, This Sunday in the CAC

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Category: MC Events

Published: 2017-10-05 00:00:01.000

Sunday, October 8, 2017 at 3PM in Cultural Arts Theater, 90 minutes original composition Tickets at .
CAC: Claudio Recabarren: Piano Under The Stars - The Cultural Arts Center presents Claudio Recabarren in his performance of Piano Under The Stars featuring original compositions and images taken at the among other observatories.

The audience will enjoy original compositions inspired by images made at the Planetarium at the University of Santiago, Chile, among others. The images and lighting create an effect of experiencing music not of this earth. The presentation will include original music by pianist and composer Claudio Recabarren Madrid, who is simplely marvelous, according to Dr. Harold Alden Williams, planetarium director at Montgomery College Planetarium.

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