Chez Jennings Presents
Richard Dowling with special guest Oliver Moore
"Classics & Rags - Schumann, Liszt, and Joplin!
At the Sacramento home of Warren & Tomoko Jennings,
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 --- Concert begins 7:00 p.m. Doors open 6:30 p.m.
Richard DowlingOliver Moore

This is the concert you didn't know you've been waiting for, great classical music in a ragtime setting performed by two classically-trained musicians, Richard Dowling and 16-year-old Oliver Moore. Richard and Oliver will be playing duo-piano arrangements of two concertos: Robert Schumann's "Piano Concerto, in A minor" and "Totentanz" by Franz Liszt: Richard will also play a selection Joplin ragtime classics. We aren't sure yet with what Oliver will be surprising us.

Richard Dowling, hailed by The New York Times as "an especially impressive fine pianist," appears regularly across America in solo recitals, at classical chamber music festivals, ragtime & jazz music festivals, and as guest soloist in concerto engagements with symphony orchestras. Career highlights include performances in New York at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, The Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center, The Metropolitan Club, and the 92nd Street Y. Mr. Dowling has presented solo recitals in the Far East, South America, Australia, Africa, and Europe. He has been a regular featured artist at the Scott Joplin Ragtime Festival in Missouri, the West Coast Ragtime Festival in California, and the Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival in Alaska among others. Click here for full bio.

Oliver Moore, 16 years old, has been playing piano since the age of 6. As a pianist, vocalist, upright bassist, accompanist, arranger, and entertainer, he has performed at various venues throughout northern California. Oliver's interest in the piano stylings of the early 20th century range from the ragtime of Joplin and his contemporaries, to the intricate novelty piano of the '20s, to the jumpin' stride piano of Harlem. He is also classically trained and enjoys playing most forms of jazz and the early rock and boogie music of the '30s, '40s and '50s. Click here for full bio.

As always refreshments will be served at intermission and there will be an
after-glow with open pianos. We encourage you to bring instruments and join in.
Seats are $25 each. Make reservations today by check or cash, or online at using PayPal or mail-in form. More information at or phone 916-900-4351 (home) or 707-490-9955 (mobile).

Tickets are $25. Students or children under 18 are $15 with paying adult.
Advance reservations are required. All proceeds go to the artists.
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