Timothy Hester presents "Pianorama"
Timothy Hester has long moved from one piano to the next, delivering classics and contemporary compositions. Soon, the University of Houston Moores School of Music professor will tickle the ivories of six different keyboards during a single performance. Audiences can experience Hester doing what he does best during "Pianorama."
The concert will feature Hester performing on a harpsichord, Steinway, two fortepianos, a celeste and even a toy piano.
Hester will perform works by Scarlatti, Clementi, Beethoven, Enescu, Stravisnsky and Rob Smith, and a world premiere from a mystery composer.