Pianist Teresa Walters
“I don’t remember a
time when I didn’t play … I’ve just always loved the keyboard.
I love the
opportunity to have an orchestra at my fingertips, and I love the black and
white keys. I love the way the piano feels. I love the resonance of the grand
piano and all the opportunity for expression.”
Teresa Walters has played the piano for as long as she can
remember, and she is passionate about sharing the music she loves through her
performances and recordings. This
weekend, she will perform and teach in Clarksburg.
Walters will play a recital of music by Liszt, Rachmaninoff,
Lili Boulanger, and Bach (as arranged by Feruccio Busoni), this Friday at 7pm
at First United Methodist Church in Clarksburg. She will then coach area
piano students in a masterclass on Saturday morning, which the public is
invited to observe. Admission is free to
both the recital and the masterclass.
Here’s a chance to briefly meet Teresa Walters and learn
more about this music before the concert, in a 10-minute interview:
Interview with pianist Teresa Walters