PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University guest artist Jeffrey Gilliam will perform a program of works by Berg, Liszt and Ives during an April 6 concert set for Pullman Presbyterian Church at 8 p.m.
The Western Washington University faculty member has performed in the Bellingham area as solo recitalist, accompanist and soloist with the Western and Whatcom Symphony orchestras.
He also has worked with violinist legend Lord Yehudi Menuhin and others during performances at Carnegie Recital Hall and the Kennedy Center. He has performed with numerous U.S. and Canadian concert tours and festivals in Europe. During the summer of 1995, he performed in a piano trio throughout Europe and Thailand.
Gilliam has taught accompanying at the Juilliard School and piano at the University of Michigan. At WWU, he teaches piano, classroom music theory, and directs the piano accompanying program. In 1996, he became coordinator of the keyboard area.
The performance, open to the public without charge, is sponsored by the WSU Visual, Performing and Literary Arts Committee. Gilliam also will give a piano masterclass at 11:10 a.m. April 7 in Bryan 305.