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William Beatty and Brooke Aird in concert

Date & Time: Saturday July 18, 7:30  p.m.
Venue: Incarnation Episcopal Church, 1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco
Tickets: $20 General, $15 Seniors/Students

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J.S. Bach Sonata # 3 for Violin and Klavier – BWV 1016 in E Major
Ludwig Von Beethoven Sonata for Violin and Piano in F Major (Spring ) Opus 24
Sergei Prokofieff Sonata #1 for Violin and Piano in F minor Opus 8

About the Artists

Pianist and composer William Beatty is a native of Berkeley, California where he currently resides. He began to play piano at eight years, learning from his father and older brother, and composed his first original pieces soon after. He studied theory and improvisation with Bill Bell, Don Haas, and Dick Whittington, and classical piano with concert pianist Jeanne Stark. Beatty enjoys teaching classical, jazz, and popular styles of piano to all ages, and he performs both as a solo pianist and in jazz ensembles and chamber music groups.

Brooke Aird, violinist, attended the Manhattan School of Music where he studied violin with Raphael Bronstein. His other teachers have included Catherine Van Hoesen and Felix Khuner. Currently a member of the Marin Symphony, Brooke has played with many local musical organizations including the SF Opera, SF Ballet, and the Oakland, Sacramento, San Jose, and Santa Rosa Symphonies. For fifteen years he was a member of the new music group Sounds New, which performed music by living American composers. Along with his wife, Cathy Allen Aird, he runs a small catering company called “For The Love Of Food”.


Purchase William’s album Song of Unconditional Love on iTunes, cdbaby, or Amazon.


Songs from William’s album Tamalpais

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