You are cordially invited to attend a concert by Koji Attwood Featuring the premiere of his transcription of Schubert's Quartet, D. 810, "Death and the Maiden" Merkin Hall, January 30th, 2007 at 2 pm. Tickets: $12.50 Georgy Catoire From Quatre Morceaux, Op. 12: (1861-1929) Chant du soir MÃditation Ã‰tude fantastique Franz Schubert arr. Koji Attwood Quartet D. 810, "Der Tod und das MÃ¤dchen" (1797-1828) Allegro Andante con moto Scherzo: Allegro molto Presto **************************** Felix Blumenfeld Moment de dÃsespoir, Op. 21 #1 (1883-1931) Sergei Liapunov Transcendental Etude, Op. 11 #1, "Berceuse" (1859-1924) Transcendental Etude, Op. 11 #6, "La TempÃªte" Sergei Bortkiewicz Preludes, Op. 33 #2, 4, 7 (1877-1952) Impromptu, Op. 24 #3, "Eros" Thaikovsky, arr. Feinberg/Attwood Symphony #6, Op. 74, "Pathetique", 3rd (1840-1883)\t\t\t\t\t movement Merkin Hall is located at 129 West 67th street, between Broadway and Amsterdam "He [Attwood] displayed a love of the grand Romantic gesture. Huge sound, high emotion, and an instinct for sharply etched color. He also is a pianist of impressive technique, a player who can rattle off scalar figurations with aplomb and dazzle and still make room in his palette for the simplicity of the thematic line..." Koji Attwood received a Bachelor of Music degree from the Curtis Institute of Music, where he studied with Seymour Lipkin, and a Master of Music degree from The Juilliard School under Jerome Lowenthal. He recently earned his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Juilliard, where he continued his studies with Mr. Lowenthal.