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Brad Mehldau Fourteen Reveries
Saturday, February 03 2024 8:00PM EST
45 Quincy St., Cambridge
$20, $30, $40, $65, $79
Reserved seating
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Grammy-winning jazz pianist Brad Mehldau has been called “the most influential jazz pianist of the last 20 years” by the New York Times. For this special solo performance, Mehldau will perform his newly commissioned work, Fourteen Reveries, which reflects on the interior experience that we create from our own consciousness, independently of others. This solo piano work is a meditation on the space a composer leaves between specific directions, space that lets the beauty of the music reveal itself, while still allowing new discovery. Mehldau will also perform selections from Suite: April 2020 and other works.  

This work was co-commissioned by Wigmore Hall, Cal Performances at University of California, Berkeley, The Royal Conservatory of Music and 21C Music Festival at The Royal Conservatory, and Carnegie Hall.  

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