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Piano, Poetry And Paint

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Pianist Axel Quincke. COURTESY LTV

Pianist Axel Quincke. COURTESY LTV

Artist and printmaker Dan Welden will take part in

Artist and printmaker Dan Welden will take part in "Piano, Poetry and Paint" at LTV. MICHAEL HELLER

Poet Mindy Kronenberg. COURTESY LTV

Poet Mindy Kronenberg. COURTESY LTV

Artist and master printmaker Dan Welden. COURTESY LTV

Artist and master printmaker Dan Welden. COURTESY LTV

authorStaff Writer on Aug 16, 2022

LTV Studios is presenting a unique arts experience on Tuesday, August 23, at 6 p.m. at its facility on 75 Industrial Road in Wainscott — an early evening presentation of classical piano, poetry and painting.

Axel Quincke, a concert pianist from Argentina, who has given classical concerts in theaters, halls, embassies, museums and spaces throughout Argentina, Europe and the U.S. will offer a presentation at LTV, interpreting works by composers Sergei Rachmaninov, Joannes Brahms, Ludwig Van Beethoven and Frederic Chopin.

Alongside him, artist and master printmaker Dan Welden will paint works live (based on the music) and poet Mindy Kronenberg will give her poetic responses in the intervals between music selections. Welden will also be showing his latest printmaking series for the first time.

Proceeds from the show will support The Inspiration Plus Foundation and LTV. Tickets are $20 at the door or LTVEH.org.

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