Called “spectacular” (Washington Post) and “exquisite” (Columbus Dispatch), Goshen native Michael Harley enjoys a diverse career as a teacher, performer, and music advocate. Mike has played in diverse venues on five continents, ranging from nightclubs to Carnegie Hall, the Barbican (London), and the Hermitage Theatre (St. Petersburg). A proud Goshen College graduate (‘94), and former faculty member, Mike returns home to perform with pianist Phillip Bush in this special bonus concert and dessert reception for season ticket holders.
Pianist Phillip Bush has appeared as recitalist throughout North America, Europe, Asia and the Caribbean. He made his Carnegie Hall concerto debut in 2001 with the London Sinfonietta to critical acclaim, replacing an ailing Peter Serkin on short notice in concerti by Stravinsky and Alexander Goehr. His discography includes 40 recordings on Sony, Virgin Records and other labels.
This concert is for 2016-17 Rieth Chamber Series season ticket holders only. For more information about how to become a series ticket holder, please visit the Rieth Chamber Series page.
Performance: BONUS CONCERT: Michael Harley, bassoon & Phillip Bush, piano
Series: 2016-17 Rieth Chamber Series
Date: March 19, 2017 @ 4:00 pm
Location: Rieth Recital Hall