Levine, Overture for Orchestra
Liszt, Hungarian Fantasy, Peter Toth, Piano
Dohnanyi, Variation on a Nursary Song, Peter Toth, Piano
De Falla, El Amor Brujo Ballet Suite, Lucia Bradford, Mezzo-soparano
Hungarian pianist Peter Toth has become one of the most significant Liszt interpretaters of his generation. He has won top prizes at many piano competitions, including the Franz Liszt International Piano and Voice Competition in Los Angeles. He does, however, have a wide and diverse repertoire, ranging from J.S. Bach to contemporary music, with a particular focus on piano music of the 19th century.
Mezzo-soprano, Lucia Bradford is a native of Brooklyn, N.Y. Ms. Bradford has performed a number of operatic roles including Carmen in Bizet’s La Tragedie de Carmen, Zita in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi, La Principessa in Puccini’s Suor Angelica, and the Mother in Ravel’s L’Enfant des Sortileges. She also performs in concert and recital settings singing works of Schubert, Rossini and Moses Hogan among others. Ms. Bradford also sings other gospel and jazz and is a member of Opera Noire of New York City and the American Spirituals Ensemble under the direction of Doctor Everett McCorvey.
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