Louis Nagel plays Kerrytown

Tzu-Yin Huang, doctoral student of Louis Nagel took first prize in the prestigious Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition in England. She will be performing the Rachmaninoff Concerto Number 2 with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and presenting solo recitals in England the summer of 2016.

In May 2016, Dr Nagel will be participating on a panel discussing repertoire at the college level at the Music Teachers National Convention in San Antonio Texas. Together with his wife, Dr. Julie Jaffee Nagel, they will be presenting programs both as individuals and collaboratively at the ISME conference in July in Glasgow, Scotland.

Concert activity: Selected Performances

Kerrytown Concert: Ann Arbor Michigan - December 19th, 2015.
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Recital, American Psychoanalytic Association, New York, NY

Recital and Master Class, Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida

Lecture/Performance, Music Teachers National Association, Las Vegas, Nevada

Lecture/Performance, Music Teachers National Association, New York, NY

Recital, Steinway Hall, New York, New York (see more below)

Performance - Dialogue Between Freud and Mozart (with Julie Jaffee Nagel), New York, New Orleans, Detroit, Ann Arbor

Concert Series - Lectures, performances, Schoolcraft College, Livonia, Michigan

Summer Series Lecture/Recitals, Kerrytown Concert House, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Masterclasses, Performances, and Consultations on student repertoire throughout Michigan (Preparing for entrance exams)

Lecture and Recital, Tennessee Music Teachers Association, Jackson, Tennessee

Concerts, Florence, Italy

Concerts, Amalfi Coast Music Festival, Vieri Sul Mare, Italy

Concerts, Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia

Special Program

Steinway Tribute Program
On April 17, 2014, I performed a recital with brief commentary in tribute to the iconic building Steinway Hall. In 2015, Steinway left the premises and relocated in the city. The former building had been home to countless recitals, including two of my own, and the rotunda where these programs usually took place was inspirational for all of us. I offered this program to acknowledge their move and in appreciation of all that Steinway means to the music world. It consisted of two Beethoven Sonatas, Opus 109 in E Major, and Opus 57 in F Minor, commonly known as the Appassionata. These opus numbers correspond to the address of the former Steinway building, 109 West 57th Street.