Monday, Mar. 10, 2014
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In a new recording titled “Treasures of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts,” Virginia Wesleyan College’s Artist-in-Residence and Professor of Music Lee Jordan-Anders explores the relationship between music and the visual arts, pairing various piano compositions with works of art from the museum's collection. She has performed the concert live at numerous venues, including VWC and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, exploring the work of Degas and Debussy, Pomodoro and Prokofiev, Henri and Gottschalk and more. Additional performances will take place throughout the year, including an opening event for the Virginia Music Teachers Association annual convention in July. The recording is available for educational use and can be seen on Jordan-Anders’ website. In addition to her roles at Virginia Wesleyan, Jordan-Anders also serves as Music Director and Conductor of the Orchestra of the Eastern Shore. She performs frequently as a soloist as well as a collaborating pianist. For more information, please contact Jordan-Anders at 757.455.3297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.