Louis Nagel is a concert pianist and an emeritus professor of piano and piano literature at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance. He served on the faculty at the University from 1969 to 2016, and was awarded the 2016 Harold Haugh Award for excellence in teaching. Dr. Nagel has performed across the United States and in all parts of the world as a soloist, a chamber recitalist and with orchestra. As an author he has written numerous articles for American Music Teacher and Clavier Companion, and a column for the Michigan Music Teachers Newsletter.
Dr. Nagel is especially noted for his lecture recitals, where he discusses the music he performs. For this appearance, he will be discussing and performing the music of several Bachs, including Carl Phillip Emanuel, Johann Christian, and of course Johann Sebastian.
VisTaTech Center, Kehrl Auditorium
The Noon Concert events are free, open to the public and last approximately one hour.
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