American Music Project grantee Nicholas Phillips is coming to Chicago Friday night.
Phillips earned widespread acclaim for “American Vernacular,” his 2014 recording of newish piano music by homegrown composers
The Wisconsin-based musician has embarked on a sequel to that admirable enterprise, titled “New Playlist,” with a follow-up tour of more American piano music, which will also be recorded. That tour, which is funded in part by a grant from the American Music Project, will bring him to PianoForte Studios tomorrow night.
Phillips will perform works of contemporary American composers, including Stacy Garrop, Doug Opel, Sarah Kirkland Snider, Joel Puckett, Judd Greenstein, Jonathan Pieslak, Mark Olivieri and Carter Pann. Concert time is 7:30 p.m. at PianoForte Studios. https://www.pianofortefoundation.org/concert/new-playlist?url=new-playlist
May 5, 2016 /