Elisa Cooper is a faculty member of Emmaus Bible College where she teaches piano and music theory and conducts the Emmaus Ensemble. She performs actively in the Midwest as a collaborative and solo pianist, conductor and occasionally as a singer or violinist and has performed twice at Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall.
Sharon Jensen teaches piano and music history at Clarke University where she also serves as staff accompanist. In 2001, she made her solo debut with the Dubuque Symphony and has performed at Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall with flautist Peg Cornils Luke.
They are both active as solo and chamber musicians in the Tri-State area and have collaborated as duo-pianists for 15 years.
The program will include Variations Serieuses by Mendelssohn, Nocturne in Eb Major by Chopin, Sonata in C Major by Mozart, Waltz by Khachaturian, Rondo from Sinfonietta by Kapustin and Hungarian Dances by Brahms.
January 19, 2020 from 2 pm
Free, donations appreciated