Bach in a circle with Joanna Goodale

Meet us on Tuesday, May 28th for a beautiful musical afterwork; head to the Studio Ansermet for the vernissage of Joanna Goodale’s concept-album called Bach in a circle.
Born into a British-Turkish family, Joanna Goodale is a French-Swiss pianist with an eclectic and creative identity, opening up the classical repertoire to traditional world music and to her own “comprovisations” (combination of composition and improvisation fyi).
She has been invited to perform in Switzerland, in France, in Germany, in Turkey, in Spain and in the United Kingdom. Graduate of a Master of Arts in Piano (Geneva) and a Master of Arts in Anthropology (London), she has benefitted from the support of the Fondation L’ABRI in Geneva and of the advice of internationally renowned pianists such as Alice Ader, Alain Kremski, Cedric Pescia, Menahem Pressler and Anne Queffélec.

Deeply convinced that music can transcend borders and touch the sublime, she invites her public to enter in communion with sound and silence in a space-time of rare intensity.

PS: last year, she performed at the dawn concerts of the Bains des Pâquis… play the video!

Tuesday, May 28th @ 7.30pm 
Studio Ansermet, 2 Passage de la Radio, 1205 Geneva
7.30pm / doors open at 7pm / drinks after concert
Price: from 20CHF (free seating)
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