Dr. Wael Farouk: Faculty Recital Series
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Join us in welcoming our newest music faculty, Prof. Wael Farouk in a night of music.
Join us in welcoming our newest music faculty, Prof. Wael Farouk in a night of music. Egyptian-American pianist Wael Farouk has performed in venues across the world including White Hall in St. Petersburg, Schumann’s house in Leipzig, and Carnegie Hall in New York, where his solo debut performance in 2013 was described as “absolutely masterful.” He has toured in England, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Japan, and many other countries and has played as a soloist for the Manhattan Symphony, the Cairo Symphony Orchestra, and others. His repertoire includes works by J.S. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin, Debussy, and more.
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Farouk, Wael; Montanari, Allegra; Williams, Andrew (2016)Join us as the Music Department introduces the Carthage Faculty Trio for a night of Rachmaninoff and Dvorak music. The Carthage Faculty Trio features: Wael Farouk (Piano), Allegra Montanari (Cello), Andrew Williams (Violin).
Brahms, Johannes; Farouk, Wael; Williams, Andrew; Montanari, Allegra (2017)Commemorating the 120th anniversary of Johannes Brahms’ death, this is the first installation in the Brahms Project. Featuring the musical talents of Wael Farouk (piano), Andrew Williams (violin), and Allegra Montanari (cello).