The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is pleased to present concert pianist Katie Reimer on Thursday, October 2 at 5:00 pm. Admission is $10. The concert will be followed by a complimentary reception and the opportunity to meet Ms. Reimer.
Acclaimed by the New York Times for her “meditative” playing, Reimer is a New York City based concert pianist with broad interests as both a soloist and collaborative musician. She has performed extensively across the United States, and internationally in Vienna, Kaunas, and Stockholm.
The program for the evening, entitled Metamorphosis, will explore the way composers spanning 300 years use repetition to slowly transform and change our understanding of an original idea. The music on this program taps into our human craving for the familiar and expected, while also acknowledging our impatience for something new. The program includes Daniel Roumain’s Nine Soul Settings of a Bach Chorale, a solo piano piece which Reimer commissioned in 2013.
Reimer holds degrees from the Boston Conservatory, and Lawrence University’s Conservatory of Music (Magna Cum Laude), and spent a semester studying in Vienna, Austria through IES Abroad.