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Oct 18

OCT 18

1:00 PM–2:00 PM


Music PerformanceProgram

1:00 PM–2:00 PM    St. Pauls Chapel


Music Performance Program

A 4 hands piano duo by Hana Mizuta and Misha Galant

Concert of piano pieces by Beethoven, Chopin, Schubert and Jr Strauss. Presented as part of the Music Performance Program by the Department of Music and Maison Francaise.

Beethoven Sonata Op 110, Mvmt 1
Chopin Nocturne Op 27 No 1
Chopin Mazurka Op 30 No 3
Chopin Mazurka Op 30 No 4
Chopin Etude Op 10 No 4
Chopin Etude Op 25 No 5
Chopin Ballade 1


Schubert Impromptu Op 90 No 3
Chopin Sonata 3 Op 58 Mvmt 1
Chopin Fantasie Op 49
Jr Strauss arr Greg Anderson Blue Danube Fantasy

Misha Galant began piano lessons at the age of six and continued to study for 12 years with his mother, Olya Katsman. Throughout high school, he also received guidance and coaching from Sharon Mann and Yoshikazu Nagai of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He is currently a senior at Columbia University, studying piano through the Columbia-Juilliard Program while also pursuing degrees in Data Science and Russian Literature. He studies with Joseph Kalichstein at the Juilliard School and with Yu-Jane Yang at Weber State University in Ogden, UT.

Hana Mizuta started playing the piano at age five and studied at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music PreCollege under Heidi Hau’s tutelage. She was a YoungArts Foundation Finalist and a Presidential Scholar in the Arts Semifinalist, and has received awards at the San Francisco Chopin Competition, the Menuhin-Dowling Music Competition, the Pacific Musical Society Competition, the American Fine Arts Festival International Music Competition, the Music Teacher’s Association of California State Solo Competition, and the Henry and Carol Zeiter Piano Competition. Hana is currently studying computer science and electrical engineering at Columbia University.


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