Creating An American Citizen

John J. DeGioia
President of Georgetown University
Georgetown University
Department of Performing Arts
cordially invite you to

“Creating An American Citizen”

Concert Pianist Bruce Levingston
performs the Washington DC premiere of “An American Citizen”
and discusses Art, Race and Politics in his new book
Bright Fields: The Mastery of Marie Hull

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Program – 5:00 p.m.
Gaston Hall, Healy Hall, 3rd Floor

Georgetown University
37th & O Streets, NW
Washington, D.C.

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Bruce Levingston is one of the country’s most acclaimed concert pianists. Many of the world’s most important composers have written music for him and he performs regularly at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and other international venues around the globe. The New York Times named his most recent album, Heavy Sleep, one of the Best Classical Recordings of the Year calling it “a solo recital that shimmers with Mr. Levingston’s mastery of color and nuance.” The New Yorker calls him “a force for new music” and the American Record Guide writes, “Levingston is a pianist’s pianist” and praised his “stunning and highly illuminating performances.”  Mr. Levingston is also author of the best-selling biography, Bright Fields: The Mastery of Marie Hull, published last year in celebration of the 125th Anniversary of the famed Mississippi painter’s birth. Mr. Levingston was born in the Mississippi Delta and divides his time between homes in New York City and Oxford, Mississippi where he serves as the Chancellor’s Honors College Artist in Residence at the University of Mississippi. Learn more about the Premiere Commission.

Read more about Levingston’s April performances including the DC premiere of “An American Citizen.