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W. A. Mozart, Sonata in C Major, K. 545

Haskell Small, Song of a Stroke Survivor

Alan Hovhaness, 12 Armenian Folk Songs

Frederic Chopin, Fantasie in f minor, Op. 49 


6:00 PM


6:30 PM

Artist Biographies

Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Haskell Small, piano

at the

Arts Club of Washington



heavy hors d’œuvres, wine


Composer and Pianist Haskell Small has been critically praised for the exquisite blend of sound and silence in his compositions and for his prodigious technique and subtle touch at the piano. His discography of over a dozen recordings and his frequent national and international tours, including performances at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Arts, and Spoleto USA, have firmly established Small's stellar artistic reputation around the world. Small has received commissions from the Washington Ballet, Three Rivers Piano Competition, Georgetown Symphony and Paul Hill Chorale, among others.

His acclaimed artistry has spread further through his active YouTube channel on which his videos have received millions of views. Small has been featured on the nationally-broadcast PBS special “A Celebration of the Piano,” in a TedMed production, “What is the sound of E. Pluribus Unum?”, and is the subject of a forthcoming documentary about his return to music after a stroke rendered his left hand temporarily paralyzed.

Join us at the Arts Club of Washington to experience the glorious renaissance of Haskell Small along with heavy hors d’œuvres, wine, and companionship.

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