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Jacqueline Schwab: Solo Piano

Join us for a very special and intimate concert with Jacqueline Schwab at the WSHU Broadcast Center.
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Jacqueline Schwab

“Jacqueline Schwab brings more feeling and intensity to music than anyone I know. Her playing is insistent, physical, heartfelt and ... unusually moving.”
-Ken Burns

Pianist and composer Jacqueline Schwab spins musical stories, building bridges that connect listeners to different cultures and times. Known for her evocative playing and personal interpretation of vintage American music, Jacqueline has also composed and recorded the soundtracks of many of Ken Burns’ films, including his Grammy-winning Civil War, Baseball, Lewis and Clark, Mark Twain, The War and The National Parks.

Join us for a very special and intimate concert with Jacqueline Schwab at the WSHU Broadcast Center. Jacqueline will share pieces from her brand-new album, I Lift My Lamp, which celebrates the rich musical contributions of American immigrants.

Jacqueline will answer audience questions after the performance.

Jacqueline Schwab: An intimate piano performance — selections from her new album

Sunday, October 16th at 4 p.m.
WSHU Broadcast Center
Sacred Heart University
5151 Park Avenue, Fairfield, CT 06825
Tickets: $20
$5 for college students and children under 18

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