Spring Recital: Music by Logan Skelton

Sunday, May 6th, 2018 | 3:00pm
Please join us for a Sunday afternoon recital in the Cranbrook House Library with internationally acclaimed pianist, teacher and composer, Logan Skelton (piano), accompanied by Jennifer Goltz (soprano). The program will feature music by Logan Skelton, who will be performing on the Cranbrook House 1929 Steinway & Sons Concert Grand Piano. 

Doors open at 2:45 pm.
The recital will run 45-60 minutes.

Admission
General Public: $30 per person 
Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary Members: $25 per person

Admission includes a $15 tax-deductible donation to the Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary Endowment Fund.
Advance registration is required as seating is limited. To make a reservation, please call 248.645.3149 or register online through the link below. All registrations are final - no refunds.

About the Artist - Jennifer Goltz
Soprano Jennifer Goltz specializes in new chamber music, opera, and cabaret. Her reputation for interpretive sensitivity, vocal virtuosity, and musical precision has inspired dozens of composers to write for her. Her collaboration with composer-pianist Logan Skelton spans two decades, two continents, and numerous song cycles. She is a founding member of the new music ensemble Brave New Works and has appeared with Milwaukee-based Present Music. She recorded the role of the god Pan in Kamran Ince’s new opera, Judgment of Midas for Naxos; she can also be heard on Albany, Centaur, MSR Classics, AMP, and Blue Griffin Records.

About the Artist - Logan Skelton
Logan Skelton is a pianist, teacher and composer whose work has received international critical acclaim. As a performer, Skelton has concertized in the United States, Europe and Asia and has been featured on public radio and television stations in the U.S., China and Romania. He has recorded for Centaur, Albany, Crystal, Blue Griffin, and Naxos Records, and has been a juror for many international piano competitions. As a composer, Skelton has a special affinity for art song, having composed well over a 150 songs. He is currently Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Music at the University of Michigan.

Photo Credits (Top to Bottom)
Cranbrook House 1929 Steinway & Sons Concert Grand Piano photograph by Jerry Beznos.
Jennifer Goltz photograph courtesy of the artist.
Logan Skelton photograph courtesy of the artist.