Pianist Kathryn Rosenbach
In a program titled “The Sights and Sounds of French Impressionism,” pianist Kathryn Rosenbach performs works by Debussy and Ravel such as Reflet dans l’eau, L’isle joyeuse and Miroirs.
Reflets dans l’eau from Image I (1905)
II. Soiree das Grenade
III. Jardins sous la pluie
L’Isle joyeuse (1904)
– INTERMISSION –
Pavanne Pour une infant defunte
Kathryn Rosenbach is a pianist, choral conductor, composer and teacher. She has performed with Janus 21 and Avatar Ensemble, among others. She has premiered music by Nancy Van de Vate, Yehudi Wyner, Lejarin Hiller, and Marlos Nobre. She participated in the recording of “Music for Six” by Lukas Foss on CRI. She has produced two videos: “What Makes Music?” and “Explorations and Transformations.” Ms. Rosenbach teaches and coaches chamber music at Powers and Lexington Music Schools, and Music on the Hill summer chamber program. She is presently Music Director at the 1st Baptist Church of Woburn.