Bronx Arts Ensemble Presents: Composer/Pianist Gregg Kallor

On Sunday, November 17th there will be a performance by classical pianist and Aaron Copland Award-winning composer Gregg Kallor presented by The Bronx Arts Ensemble. The program will include works by Bach, Rachmaninoff, and Kallor’s own chamber composition “Undercurrent” which was originally presented at SubCulture in New York City this past September.

Kallor’s new music video “Broken Sentences” features many of the Bronx’s beloved sites. The video follows Kallor on a journey to the Bronx and through the five boroughs to play all 88 public pianos placed by arts organization Sing For Hope Pianos this past summer. Stand out locations in the Bronx include: Pelham Bay Park: Orchard Beach, Van Cortlandt House Museum, Inwood Hill Park, and many more which you can find here


“Broken Sentences” currently has over 39K views on YouTube. Check it out:

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Bronx Arts Ensemble: Gregg Kallor Composer/Pianist

Home of Vita and Ted Zambetti

96 Franklin Avenue, Yonkers

Tickets: $25

(10% off 3 tickets • 20% off 4 tickets •  30% off  5 tickets to any Chamber, Jazz and Just for Kids concert for advance online sales – if you purchase a minimum of three tickets for one show or one ticket for a minimum of three shows)




Bach – Gigue from English Suite No. 2

Scriabin – Prelude, Op. 11 No. 2

Rachmaninoff – Prelude, Op. 32 No. 12

Bartok – Bulgarian Dance No. 6

Gregg Kallor – Undercurrent for cello and piano (Bronx premiere); Short Stories for violin and piano; Excerpts from Piano Concerto

Bernstein – West Side Story medley (arr. G. Kallor)

Riegger – Concerto for piano and wind quintet



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