9.18.17   Chameleon - chamber recital with Dr. Grant Larson, saxophone works by Rogers, Albright, Desenclos. 7:30p,
Max Noah Recital, Georgia College. $5 donation encouraged
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Owen Lovell, piano

Pianist Owen Lovell has appeared as a soloist and critically acclaimed chamber musician in sixteen U.S. states, Washington, D.C., Canada, Mexico, and the Netherlands. Commercial releases include tracks with rock musician Kip Winger (2008, Frontiers Records) and ASCAP award–winning composer Randall Bauer (2016, Albany Records). Owen has performed in live broadcasts on Wisconsin Public Radio and Austin, Texas NPR affiliate, KUT–FM. He has worked with many prizewinning composers, most notably Lowell Liebermann, Michael Torke, Samuel Adler, Joan Tower, Dan Welcher, Eric Ewazen, David Maslanka, Denis Smalley, and Roberto Sierra. Owen maintains professional two–piano collaborations and performs as “Duo Paradox” with violinist Lynn Ledbetter on a regular basis, delighting audiences in settings ranging from rural community churches to the Kennedy Center.

Dr. Lovell earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in piano performance from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, and holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin. His principal instructors included Boris Slutsky, Dr. Betty Mallard, Gregory Allen, and Julian Martin. Owen is an MTNA Nationally Certified Teacher of Music, having served actively on the executive board of its state and local affiliates, and is frequently in demand as a clinician and adjudicator.

Appointed in the fall of 2016, Dr. Lovell is currently an Assistant Professor of Music and coordinates the keyboard area at Georgia College, the state’s designated public liberal arts university. Additionally, he is the piano review editor and regular contributor to Larry Fine’s Acoustic and Digital Piano Buyer (www.pianobuyer.com), the standard consumer reference for piano shoppers. He previously served on the keyboard faculties of the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, the University of Texas - San Antonio, and Texas State University.

 

 

Upcoming Performances

4.2.18
solo recital
works by Schubert, Albeniz, Ravel
Max Noah Recital Hall, Georgia College
$5 donation encouraged
7:30p

11.16.17
concerto performance with the Georgia College Orchestra
Bach's Keyboard Concerto in d minor, BWV 1052
Russell Auditorium, Georgia College
$10 donation encouraged
7:30p

10.26.17
guest faculty recital with Dr. Youngmi Kim, soprano
works by Mozart, Strauss, Bizet, Turina
Toccoa Falls College
Grace Chapel and Performing Arts Center
free admission
7:00p

10.16.17
new faculty debut recital with Dr. Youngmi Kim, soprano
works by Mozart, Strauss, Bizet, Turina
Max Noah Recital Hall, Georgia College
$5 donation encouraged
7:30p

9.19.17
Chameleon - chamber recital with Dr. Grant Larson, saxophone
works by Rogers, Albright, Desenclos
Goodwin Recital Hall, Auburn University
tickets $10/$5
7:30p

9.18.17
Chameleon - chamber recital with Dr. Grant Larson, saxophone
works by Rogers, Albright, Desenclos
Max Noah Recital Hall, Georgia College
$5 donation encouraged
7:30p

4.22.17
concerto performance
with the Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra
Bach's Keyboard Concerto in d minor, BWV 1052
Grace Lutheran Church, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
call 715.831.3331 for tickets
7:30p

2.28.17
chamber recital with Dr. David Johnson, violin
works by Pärt, Brahms, Bauer
Wesleyan College Benson Room (Candler Alumnae Building), Wesleyan College
free and open to the public
7:00p

2.20.17
faculty recital with Dr. David Johnson, violin
works by Pärt, Brahms, Bauer
Max Noah Recital Hall, Georgia College
$5 donation encouraged
7:30p

10.06.16
new faculty solo debut, "Related Opposites"
works by Copland, Poulenc, Brahms,
Scriabin, Shostakovich, Bach
Max Noah Recital Hall, Georgia College
$5 donation encouraged
7:30p

10.04.16
solo recital/fundraiser for the Music Therapy Clinic
at the Georgia Cancer Center
Turner's Keyboards, Augusta Georgia
call 706.736.4479 for tickets
7:00p

9.20.16
faculty recital with Dr. William McClain, viola
works by Britten, Bruch, Bloch, Hindemith, Bach
Max Noah Recital Hall, Georgia College
$5 donation encouraged
7:30p