Arts & Events
The Berkeley Arts Festival has a treat in store for music lovers. In the space of four days this week Sarah Cahill will perform two piano concerts.
At 8 pm on this Saturday, September 29, Sarah plays a program of rarely-heard and unpublished works by the great Californian trailblazer Henry Cowell and his students John Cage (in celebration of his 100th birthday) and Lou Harrison, including Cowell’s Hilarious Curtain Opener, Chaconne, Rhythmicana, and High Color, Cage’s In a Landscape, One, and Two Pieces from 1946, and Lou Harrison’s Summerfield Set, Tandy’s Tango, and Dance for Lisa Karon, among other works.
At 8 pm on Tuesday, October 2, Sarah performs a classical program including Beethoven’s Sonata in E major opus 109, Bach’s English Suite No. 3 in G major, Debussy’s Pour le Piano, and works by Brahms.
Berkeley Arts Festival, 2133 University Avenue, Berkeley.
For more information: www.berkeleyartsfestival.com.