September 15th, 2019 / Guest pianist James Rosenblum / FBP UU 3pm
We invite you to join our great list of musicians and our featured musician guests on September 15th, 2019 / 3pm, pianist James Rosenblum at First Parish Brewster UU Church.
Collaboartive pianist of the day will be Elizabeth Tipton.
Contact us to sign up or request rehearsal.
Pianist James Rosenblum is a classically trained professional pianist with a wide-ranging repertoire. Mr. Rosenblum debuted as an orchestra soloist under the baton of Charles Neidich in New York in 2010, performing Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto. He has also performed as a soloist at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, and has performed demanding works such as Bach’s Goldberg Variations. He performs and has a love for the music of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Grieg, Schubert, Rachmaninoff, and Ravel.
In 2016, Mr. Rosenblum established himself as one of the top amateur pianists in the country (defined as piano not being primary income). He was a finalist in the New York radio station WQXR Classical Moonlighters Competition, open to all classical artists of any instrument in New York City. Later that year, he earned a finalist spot in the three-round Chicago Amateur Piano Competition, one of the premier amateur competitions in the country.
James Rosenblum is a graduate of Yale University (2002) and Columbia Law School (2008), and holds degrees in Political Science and Law (J.D.). He has studied piano privately with Julian Martin of the Juilliard School, Arkady Aronov of the Manhattan School of Music, Melvin Chen of Bard College, Sara Laimon, and Evelyne Crochet, among others. He has studied at summer festivals such as Aspen, the Mannes Beethoven Institute, and Tel-Hai with Jean-David Coen, Jose Ribera, and Israeli pedagogue Tomer Lev. He has taught master classes in Georgia, his wife’s home country. He is married to pianist Ana Glig, and in 2017, they moved to Harwich, MA, where they now live together with their son, Edward, and dog, Godiva. James is licensed to practice law in New York and Massachusetts and is currently employed at Senie & Associates, P.C., practicing land use law. He has been quoted in the Cape Cod Times for his work.
Collaborative pianist of the Day pianist Elizabeth Hughes Tipton, a native of Wisconsin, holds graduate degrees in performance from the Juilliard School of Music with post graduate work at Columbia Teachers college in N.Y.C. After a thirty year career as performer teacher in Westfield, N.J. she moved to Cape Cod with her husband and is now on the faculty of The Cape Cod Conservatory of Music and Art in Falmouth. She has performed extensively as a soloist, in chamber music ensembles and as a collaborative pianist in New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts. Elizabeth lives in Eastham on First Encounter Beach with her husband.