2017 - 2018 Season

  • November 6, 2017

    Abbey of New Clairvaux, Vina, California. Program featuring Small's "A Journey in Silence: Reflections on the Book of Hours". Click here for more information.
  • November 9, 2017

    Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA. Guest teaching, piano studio class.
  • November 10, 2017

    St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA. Program featuring Small's "A Journey in Silence: Reflections on the Book of Hours" coupled with poetry readings, and also music of Bach and Hovhaness. Click here for more information.
  • November 11, 2017

    Grace Lutheran Church, Wenatchee, WA. Program featuring Small's "A Journey in Silence: Reflections on the Book of Hours". Click here for more information
  • November 13, 2017

    First Lutheran Church, Vancouver BC. Program to include Small's "A Journey in Silence: Reflections on the Book of Hours" and "Silent Prayer", along with selections from JS Bach and Hovhaness. Click here for more information.
  • November 14, 2017

    Bethlehem Centre, Nanaimo, BC, Canada. Program featuring Small's "A Journey in Silence: Reflections on the Book of Hours". Click here for more information.
  • November 16, 2017

    Distinguished Artists Concert Series, Santa Cruz, CA. Program featuring Small's "A Journey in Silence: Reflections on the Book of Hours". Click here for more information.
  • December 11, 2017

    The State Department, Washington, DC. Program of music commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Khojaly Genocide featuring Haskell Small's new work, "Khojaly Lullaby". Performers will include soprano Laura Choi Stuart, clarinetist Cheryl Hill, and pianist Haskell Small.
  • May 5, 2018

    Resurrection Evangelical Lutheran Church, Arlington, VA. Recital featuring premiere of Haskell Small's new work, "Mystic Child". Click here for more information.

Past Seasons

 
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One should remember his name as he belongs to that diminishing group of pianists with whose playing one can hardly find any fault. From the first chords onwards he succeeds in creating that state—in reality so difficult to achieve—but which appears to be effortless, of just sitting there and 'only' listening to music.
Die Welt, Berlin