Pianist: Daniel Colalillo
“New Sounds?” – A contemporary recital with music written within the last 45 years.
John Corigliano – Prelude (2021)
Stephanie Ann Boyd – Prelude: Gotham Requiem (2021)
John Adams – China Gates (1977)
Lowell Liebermann Nocturne No. 1 Op. 20 (1986)
Joan Tower – Holding a Daisy (1996)
George Walker – Sonata No. 5 (2006)
James G Lindsay – Autumn Pulse (2021)
Haralabos Stafylakis – Prelude on the Valence of Memory (2020)
Erkki Sven Tüür – Piano Sonata (1985)
Daniel Colalillo is a highly regarded classical pianist based in New York City. He is renowned for delivering powerful and distinctive performances with a high level of musical integrity. He has received critical acclaim from “The New York Times” and has established himself as a sought-after soloist. He has given solo recitals at prominent venues such as Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, Bargemusic, Symphony Space, Columbia University, Princeton University, and has performed in several cities including: Philadelphia, Nashville, Toronto, Montreal, and more. Daniel is the founder and Artistic Director of “Classical Keys,” a concert series held in NJ and NYC where he actively performs chamber music. As a dedicated educator, he operates his own private studio and was awarded “Top Piano Teacher” by Steinway & Sons in 2022. He is a Musician Owner and serves on the Council of “Groupmuse,” a series of chamber music house concerts in the US and abroad. Daniel graduated with a Master of Music from Mannes College: The New School for Music and began playing piano at the late age of 15.