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Kurts-Harris & Irawati Due

Jeremy Kurtz-Harris and Ines Irawati to Perform at RB Library Nov. 28

Free Event Sponsored by the Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library  

San Diego Symphony principal double bassist Jeremy Kurtz-Harris and award winning pianist Ines Irawati bring their prodigious talents to the Rancho Bernardo Library at 6:15 pm Wednesday, Nov. 28.  This free concert is sponsored by the Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library.  

They will perform a program that showcases the lyrical and expressive qualities of the bass.  Original works for bass and piano will be paired with a transcription of the well-loved "Fantasy Pieces" by Robert Schumann.  

Bassist Jeremy Kurtz-Harris is the winner of numerous competitions and has been the principal bassist of the San Diego Symphony since 2004. Kurtz-Harris has performed at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, La Jolla SummerFest, San Diego’s Art of Elan Series and the Verbier Festival in Switzerland. In addition to his concert appearances he is on the music faculty at San Diego State University.    

Known for her expressivity and virtuosity, Indonesian-born pianist Ines Irawati is in demand both as a solo recitalist and a chamber musician.  She has received many awards, including the Marilyn Horne Foundation Best Vocal Pianist Award, and prizes at the D’Angelo International Piano Competition, the La Jolla Young Artists Competition, and the Cleveland Institute of Music Concerto Competition.  In addition to her concert appearances, Ms. Irawati is currently the vocal coach at Point Loma Nazarene University.  

The concert will be in the 2nd floor community room of the RB Library and there is no charge for this concert.  Donations are encouraged to cover the costs of the musicians.

Submitted by Jeffrey Meyer Publicity Chair RB Friends 858-217-6833

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