In The Atrium

La Tempesta
a Piano Recital by Mickel Jason Gordon

DATE: Sunday, Feb. 28, 2pm

LOCATION: Walker Atrium at Walton Arts Center

TICKETS: FREE with reservation

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2021-02-28 14:00:00 2021-02-28 15:30:00 America/Chicago In The Atrium In The Atrium with La Temepesta by Mickel Jason Gordon Walton Arts Center

While attending this event, please follow these protocols for your safety and the safety of others:

  • Do not move tables or chairs. Stay seated at your designated table during the concert unless you are visiting concessions or the restroom.
  • Wear your mask when moving through the venue and while seated at your table, unless you are actively eating or drinking.
  • Wash your hands regularly. Hand sanitizing stations are available for use throughout the venue. 


ABOUT:

Mickel Jason Gordon, originally from Jamaica, is currently pursuing a double major in countertenor and piano performance at the University of Arkansas with professors Lauren Clarke and Asher Armstrong. Mickel has accompanied and directed numerous choirs, chorales, soloists – both vocal and instrumental – nationally and internationally. From 2010 to 2014, he served part-time as head accompanist for the Edna Manley College of The Visual and Performing Arts woodwind, brass, strings and voice departments. From 2014 to 2018, he served full-time as the lead accompanist, private studio accompanist, co-assistant music teacher and pianist in residence for the Immaculate Conception High School for Girls. Since 2018, Mickel has won multiple international vocal awards from the National Association of Teachers for Singing, and many distinctions and honors from the ABRSM (Associated Board of The Royal School of Music). Mickel currently serves as Ambassador of Music for the Harbour View Primary School. He plans to further his education in the field of chamber music performance, piano performance, vocal coaching, chorale conducting, countertenor and music history.

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