In light of President Reif’s announcement on March 10th regarding COVID-19, this event has been CANCELED.
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Zachary Chin is a sophomore at MIT studying Chemistry and Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. He currently studies piano with Marilyn Roth through the MIT Emerson Fellowship Program. Previously, he studied with Dr. Matthew Hagle at the Music Institute of Chicago and Jeffrey Lavner at the Colburn School in Los Angeles. As a student of the Emerson Program, he has performed works by Rachmaninoff and Barber, in addition to the Variations on a Theme by Handel by Brahms. Other defining projects from the past include a performance of the complete Preludes, Op. 28 by Chopin. In addition to his work as a soloist, he is an enthusiastic member of the MIT Chamber Music Society, with whom he has played chamber works by Brahms and Fauré.
Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 (1740) Johann Sebastian Bach
Variatio 1. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 2. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 3. Canone all; Unisono. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 4. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 5. a 1 ô vero 2 Clav.
Variatio 6. Canone all Seconda. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 7. a 1 ô vero 2 Clav. al timpo di Giga
Variatio 8. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 9. Canon alla Terza. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 10. Fughetta. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 11. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 12. Canone alla Quarta. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 13. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 14. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 15. Canone alla Quinta. a 1 Clav.: Andante
Variatio 16. Ouverture. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 17. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 18. Canone alla Sexta. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 19. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 20. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 21. Canone alla Settima. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 22. a 1 Clav.: alla breve
Variatio 23. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 24. Canone all' Ottava. a 1 Clav.
Variatio 25. a 2 Clav.: Adagio
Variatio 26. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 27. Canone alla Nona. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 28. a 2 Clav.
Variatio 29. a 1 ô vero 2 Clav.
Variatio 30. Quodlibet. a 1 Clav.
Aria da Capo
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