Sunday, September 24, 2023 @ 4:00pm – 6:00pm (PDT)
Lincoln Performance Hall (LH 175), Portland, OR, United States
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$55 keyboard view, $45 non-keyboard view ($10 student, $5 Arts For All – at the door only)

"One of the most thoughtful and sensitive of British pianists" (The Times), Mishka Rushdie Momen marks her PPI debut with a program weaving keyboard music of the English Renaissance with personal, poignant works spanning three centuries.

From the jubilant sounds of church bells to a moving lament, the music of William Byrd evokes cinematic colors and intimate emotions that are mirrored in variations Mendelssohn penned to honor Beethoven after his death. And Rushdie Momen displays her refined, expressive playing in selections from Prokofiev's Visions fugitives — mesmerizing miniatures that hover between dreamscapes and reality — while Schubert's towering C minor Sonata offers a journey of radiant hope and disquieting despair.

This performance will receive 2 performances: Sunday, September 24, 4pm at Lincoln Performance Hall; and Tuesday, September 26, at the Reser Center.

Arts for All: We are pleased to offer tickets through the local Arts for All ticketing program. Tickets to all our main series events in Lincoln Performance Hall can be purchased at the Arts for All discount of $5. Tickets may be purchased at the door upon presentation of a valid Oregon Trail card.

Tickets may also be pre-ordered on the phone up to two weeks prior to each performance using a Visa or Mastercard. Please call Robin Power in the PPI office (503-228-1388) Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm, to order tickets. All Arts for All ticket pre-orders are processed the Friday before the weekend’s performances and assigned to Will Call. Tickets may be picked up at the onsite box office up to one hour prior to show. Patrons will be asked to present a valid Oregon Trail card for pick up.

Lincoln Performance Hall (LH 175)

1620 SW Park Ave
Portland, OR 97201
United States