Mar 092007
 

I know Hannah Krening from Front Range Objectivism‘s 1FROG discussion group, so I’m particularly looking foward to hearing her play for the first time.

Hannah Krening, classical pianist, will present an evening of Romantic piano music on two Saturdays in March in Denver.

On March 10th she will perform at Evanston United Methodist Church, 2122 S. Lafayette Street (at Evans, just west of DU) at 7:00 pm. A donation of $10 per person will be requested at the door.

On March 17th, Ms. Krening will perform at Chris Finger Pianos, 102 Second Avenue, in Niwot (near Boulder), also at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Advance tickets are available at Chris Finger Pianos or e-mail dhkren@indra.com for more information.

Ms. Krening holds a Bachelor of Music and a Masters degree in Piano Performance. She has taught privately, in college and other school settings, and is a MTNA Nationally Certified Music Teacher. She has performed as a symphony pianist and as a soloist in various locations throughout the United States.

The program consists of: Beethoven: Sonata, Op. 27, no. 2, Brahms: Klavierstcke, Op. 119, Schubert: Sonata in A, Op. 120, and Mendelssohn: Variations Srieuses, Op. 54.

Portions of the proceeds from the Niwot recital will benefit FIRM (Freedom and Individual Rights in Medicine).

For more information, please contact: Hannah Krening at (303)681-2122 or dhkren@indra.com. A flyer for this event is available here.

You can find out more about FIRM (Freedom and Individual Rights in Medicine) at www.WeStandFIRM.org. The site is not yet officially launched, although it’s looking pretty good. (I’m the webmaster, so please let me know if you notice any problems with it.) I’ll post the official announcement when the doors are officially opened.

   
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