Contemporary pianist Alex Peh explores the piano as a global instrument that has adapted to speak different musical languages in a program of new world premieres for piano that defy normalized constructs of tuning, notation, pedagogy, and genre.
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Contemporary pianist Alex Peh explores the piano as a global instrument that has adapted to speak different musical languages in a program of new world premieres for piano that defy normalized constructs of tuning, notation, pedagogy, and genre. Peh will perform new compositions by U Yee Nwe, Ne Myo Aung, Anna Clyne, and Phyllis Chen, as well as existing work from Susie Ibarra, who will join Peh as a guest performer for her piece. These compositions are woven together to create a sound journey that reveals sympathetic resonances and surprising connections. These new pieces were generated through intimate collaborative processes that explore attunement in oral/aural traditions. This program is made possible by funding from Fulbright, Arts Mid-Hudson, Asian Cultural Council, and NYSCA.
Alex Peh is a contemporary pianist and teacher whose work explores the intersection of Western classical, contemporary and world piano traditions. A Fulbright global scholar and Asian Cultural Council fellow, Peh has performed widely nationally and internationally and shares special partnerships with artists Susie Ibarra, Kyaw Kyaw Naing, Claire Chase, and Phyllis Chen. He recently released the album Talking Gong with Susie Ibarra and Claire Chase on New Focus Recordings.