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Ryan McCullough, piano
Recital Hall, Ann E. Pitzer Center

Tonia Ko: Games of Belief

Aida Shirazi: A Traipse on Ice
a UC Davis graduate student in music composition

John Liberatore: Nemo Sleeps

Nicholas Vines: Selections from Indie Ditties

Jonathan Harvey: Tombeau de Messiaen for Piano and Tape

Dedicated to the belief that a performer find their unique sound, whatever the instrument or medium, American pianist Ryan MacEvoy McCullough has developed a diverse career as soloist and collaborator, comfortable with music ranging from standard repertoire to electroacoustic improvisation. He has appeared as concerto soloist with orchestras including the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and others. McCullough has worked closely with composers George Benjamin, John Harbison, Helen Grime and Andrew McPherson, and has commissioned or been dedicatee of works by James Primosch, Carter Pann, John Liberatore, Jenny Beck, and Dante De Silva. In 2008, Ryan released a CD of solo piano music by 20th century Polish-French composer Miłosz Magin on the Polish label Acte Prealable, and in January of 2013 was featured on an Innova Records release of composer Andrew McPherson’s Secrets of Antikythera for magnetic resonator piano.

Free, no tickets necessary

Ann E. Pitzer Center, Davis, CA

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