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The Philadelphia Inquirer has called Imogen Cooper a “British piano goddess.” She visits Earth — and Clayton State University's Spivey Hall — for a few hours on March 10. Cooper, the daughter of a musicologist, has studied in London, Paris and Vienna, and is known for her Schubert and Schumann interpretations. She has also premiered such newer works as Traced Overhead by Thomas Adès. At Spivey Hall, she'll play Beethoven and Liszt bagatelles, Beethoven's Eroica Variations, Hayden and Julian Anderson.

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Spivey Hall
Clayton State University
2000 Clayton State Blvd
Morrow, GA 30260