Krullaarts playing the music she loves

Local pianist Eleonore Krullaarts will present a program of popular classics entitled Music I Love on March 6.

Local pianist Eleonore Krullaarts will present a program of popular classics entitled Music I Love on March 6.

Krullaarts, born in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, has played piano since the age of five and gave her first concert when she was 11. She studied at the Conservatory in Utrecht, in Paris with Cyprien Kataris, and in the U.S.A. with Malcolm Frager.

Krullaarts has performed on piano and harpsichord; as an accompanist and soloist, with orchestra, on stage, radio and television. She has appeared in concert throughout Europe, U.S.A. and Canada.

This concert in the Stan Hagen Theatre at North Island College in Courtenay begins at 3 p.m. It will include selections by Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin and Gershwin.

Tickets are available at Blue Heron Books, Laughing Oyster Book Shop and Videos ’n’ More (adults $18, seniors $16, students $10).

For more information, call Donna at 250-339-7782 or see www.comoxvalleypianosociety.com.

— Comox Valley Piano Society

 

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