Guest Artist: Annie Chalex Boyle, violin and Rick Rowley, piano

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 8:00pm to 9:30pm

Moore Musical Arts Center, Bryan Recital Hall
Moore Musical Arts Center, Bowling Green, OH 43403

Guest artists Annie Chalex Boyle, violin, and Rick Rowley, piano will perform a recital. This event is free and open to the public.


Sonata for Piano and Violin No. 9, Opus 47 “Kreutzer”..............................Ludwig van Beethoven

Sonate pour violon et piano, FP 119.......................................................................................Francis Poulenc

Suite from West Side Story for violin and piano.........................Leonard Bernstein/Stephen Sondheim/Raimundo Penaforte

Violinist Annie Chalex Boyle is internationally recognized as a chamber musician, soloist, and teacher.  Her playing has been hailed by critics as “brilliant” (Kalamazoo Gazette) and “eloquent and poignant” (The San Antonio Express Journal).  Ms. Chalex Boyle has won prizes at the Seventeen Magazine/General Motors National Competition and the Irving M. Klein International String Competition, and was a finalist in the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition and the Stulberg International String Competition.  She was also the Grand Prize Winner of the Junior Division of the Fischoff Chamber Music Competition.  

Rick Rowley’s musical life is characterized by variety. Early this year he performed MacDowell’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with Peter Bay and the Austin Symphony Orchestra and Bernstein’s “Age of Anxiety” with the University of Texas Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor, Marcelo Lehninger. He was pianist for the Houston Saengerbund’s German Lieder competition and the French American Vocal Academy’s Grand Concours du Chant for French Art Song. This spring has included numerous chamber music concerts and his third guest artist appearance with choral group Ars Longa. This summer he is again serving as artistic director of the Butler Opera Center Young Artists’ Program, playing chamber, vocal and choral concerts for the Texas Bach Festival, and helping Peter Bay with rehearsals for the Bernstein “Mass”. He is also continuing his series of the complete Mozart Piano Sonatas for Mozart Festival Texas in San Antonio.

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General Public, Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, Prospective Students


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Amy Fry

Amy Fry left a positive review 9/25/2018

This was an amazing recital! Both musicians demonstrated a great deal of skill, and the pieces were beautiful and well-chosen to showcase their talent.

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