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Saturday, October 3, 2009

POLISHED TO PERFORM AT PITT-BRADFORD



BRADFORD, Pa. – POLISHED, the Chicago area’s premier classical piano/violin duo, will perform at the first-ever Noon Tunes concert on Thursday, Oct. 8, at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

The lunchtime music performance series will kick off at 11:30 a.m. in the KOA Speer Electronics Lobby of Blaisdell Hall. Admission is free. The performance is open to the public and a part of the university's Spectrum Series.

Performing in the United States since 2002, POLISHED’s lineup will feature classical traditions as well as other repertoire, including original music and folk songs from their native Poland.

“After talking with their agent in Chicago and listening to a good bit of their wonderful music, I decided we should see about bringing them in,” said Jeffrey Guterman, chairman of the division of communication and the arts at Pitt-Bradford.

“The Spectrum Series is open to all, but it’s also curriculum-based, so it’s especially designed for students, faculty and staff. This is why we moved some of the events to the daytime this season. In essence, we are maximizing the opportunities for our primary audiences to see the great lineup we have for them this year.”

Joanna Korylczuk on piano and Anna Sobczak on violin have played music together since meeting in high school in Poland. They got interested in music at the age of 10.

The duo has performed and competed in national and international competitions and concerts in Germany, France, Scotland, England and Italy.

Korylczuk and Sobczak earned their master’s degrees from the Academy of Music in Wroclaw, Poland.

More information about the Spectrum Series is available by contacting Patty Colosimo, assistant director of arts programming, at (814) 362-5155.

For disability-related needs, contact the Office of Disability Resources and Services at 814-362-7609 or arj4@pitt.edu.

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