Guest Artist Series

Center for Arts and Performance · 8815 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Box Office: 414.443.8802

Seating locations are found on the Seating diagram for the Schwan Concert Hall. Click on the event title below for more information.

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2014-2015 Guest Artist Series

17 An Evening with Maureen McGovern 7:30 p.m. buy tickets $42/$12
20 Jeffrey Siegel Keyboard Conversation® 7:30 p.m. buy tickets $36/$12

An Evening with Maureen McGovern

2014 Guest Artist McGovern

Friday, April 17 - 7:30 p.m.
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Maureen McGovern, celebrated as "The Stradivarius Voice," marks the 40th anniversary of the release of her Oscar-winning International Gold Record, "The Morning After" from The Poseidon Adventure, which garnered her a Grammy nomination in 1973 for Best New Artist. McGovern received her second Grammy nomination in 1998 for Best Traditional Pop Vocal for her solo piano/voice album The Pleasure of His Company. She was also a featured guest artist on the Grammy Award-winning Songs from the Neighborhood: The Music of Mister Rogers. Other hits include "Can You Read My Mind" from Superman, the Oscar-winning "We May Never Love Like This Again" from The Towering Inferno, and "Different Worlds" from the TV series Angie. In 2005, McGovern was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for her role as Marmee in Little Women, The Musical on Broadway. She also starred as Mrs. Anna in the Broadway-revival national tour of The King & I. Her feature films include the role of Sr. Angelina the guitar-strumming nun in the classic comedies Airplane and Airplane II, The Sequel. McGovern also played the nightclub singer in The Towering Inferno and the role of Rachel in Dreamworks' animated video/DVD Joseph: King of Dreams. View a sample video.

Jeffrey Siegel Keyboard Conversations®
Concerts with Commentary

2013 Jeffrey Siegel

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Jeffrey Siegel has been soloist with some of the world's greatest orchestras. In the United States, engagements include the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and others. Abroad, these include the Berlin Philharmonic, London Symphony, Philharmonic and Philharmonia, Moscow State Symphony, Oslo Philharmonic, Stockholm Philharmonic, and many others. In addition to his solo appearances, Jeffrey Siegel presents Keyboard Conversations®, concerts with lively commentary in an innovative format that differs from traditional recitals and appearances with symphony orchestras. A Keyboard Conversation® is a concert with each work on the program performed in its entirety. Siegel speaks briefly and informally to the audience before performing each composition, illustrating with a few pertinent musical examples from the keyboard. The commentary makes the music more accessible and the listening experience more focused and meaningful for music lovers of all ages. Music teachers who purchase a ticket may request a complimentary ticket to bring a student to experience a Keyboard Conversation® concert. View a sample video.

Wednesday, May 20 - 7:30 p.m.
Enchanting waltzes, the lyrical E Flat Impromptu, the feverish F Minor Impromptu, and the sublime Piano Sonata in B Flat, written six weeks before the composer's untimely death.

Programs are subject to change.