Presented as part of the Emerson/Harris Program for Private Study Spring Recital Series. All Killian Hall concerts are livestreamed at this link: https://mta.mit.edu/viewlisten/live-killian-hall
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About the Performer
Vikram Sundar is a third-year graduate student in the Computational and Systems Biology program at MIT, working with Prof. Kevin Esvelt on machine learning for protein design. He has played piano since the age of 5 and currently studies with Eileen Huang as an Emerson/Harris Scholar. Previously, he took lessons from Erna Gulabyan in California. He prefers Romantic repertoire, and has previously learned and performed virtuosic works by composers including Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, and Rachmaninoff. At MIT, he has participated in the Chamber Music Society for 2 years, performing a cello sonata and piano trio by Brahms and piano duets by Poulenc and Saint-Saens. This is his second year in the Emerson/Harris Scholarship and his first solo recital; last year, he performed sonatas by Prokofiev and Schubert.
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