John Alan Rose
John Alan Rose (M.M. Piano Performance, 2018) is currently in his final year of DMA work in piano performance at WVU, where he also teaches a class in piano literature and works as a full-time graduate assistant as a piano technician. Recent publications include his Joan of Arc for violin and piano and Sleepy Hollow Suite for piano solo with UtOrpheus publishers. John actually recorded his Sleepy Hollow Suite for Navona Records on site at Duquesne University in PNC Recital Hall. In May 2018 his CD Ineffable Tales, a recording of his four concertos (piano, cello, violin, voice) was released with Navona Records. His music has also been performed by the Dubrovnik Philharmonic Orchestra, the St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra (Russia), and the Lugansk Philharmonic (Ukraine).
This concert season John will be performing the complete Chopin Etudes, as well as lecturing on them and the art of maintaining a joyful piano practice throughout one's life.
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