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Brown Bag Lunch Series: Three Step Dances with Pianist Adam Bergeron


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Aug 3 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm

“Three-Step Dances” is the fourth part of Adam’s “What’s In The Name” concert series, featuring pieces of the same name or similar style. It showcases those considered to be three-step dances (such as minuets and waltzes), as an illustration of how this style of pieces have evolved and progressed since the early 1700s. Composers include Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Grieg, and Satie. Over the past 30 years, Adam studied classical performance and composition, earning a scholarship to attend the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, while being inspired by and exploring modern artists and genres. Highly skilled and well-seasoned as a multi-instrumentalist, he has performed with dozens of bands and ensembles, recorded and produced fifteen original solo CD’s, and composed original music for radio commercials and film scores for independent movies. He currently performs for independent and assisted facilities throughout the Northeastern US and works as a freelance composer.

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Brattleboro , VT
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42° 51' 11.6892" N, 72° 33' 29.7504" W
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