Ryan Fogg, piano
Ryan Fogg, piano
New American Piano Works
- $25 Assigned Rows 1-2
- $15 Assigned Rows 3-5
- $10 General Admission
- $5 Student
- Ryan Fogg, piano
Dr. Ryan Fogg explores the piano repertoire of some of today’s great composers. Music by Karim Al-Zand, Joseph Dangerfield, Tim Sullivan and others.
Karim Al-Zand – “Pattern Preludes,” book 2
Bruce Christian Bennett: “Schematic Nocturne”
Luke Dahn: “Traces”
Joseph Dangerfield: “Remnants (of time and space)”
Tim Sullivan: “Fractured Spaces”
Dr. Ryan Fogg is Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Keyboard Studies at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee, where he teaches courses in applied piano, class piano, piano pedagogy, piano literature and accompanying. A native Texan, he holds degrees in Piano Performance from the University of Texas at Austin (D.M.A.), the University of Houston (M.M.), and East Texas Baptist University (B.M., with distinction). Prior to coming to Carson-Newman in January 2006, he served as Visiting Lecturer in Piano at Northwest Missouri State University. Over the past several years, Dr. Fogg has given numerous solo performances at colleges and universities throughout the Midwest (Texas, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Ohio) and the Southeast (Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia). In addition, he has collaborated with the Blair String Quartet, and he recently appeared as concerto soloist with the Knoxville Wind Symphony. Dr. Fogg is an active adjudicator for local and state piano competitions and festivals, and he is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music in Piano through the Music Teachers National Association. He is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda and the College Music Society, and he was the 2008 Recipient of the Carson-Newman College Faculty Creativity Award. His major teachers include Gregory Allen, Danielle Martin, Robert Brownlee and Dr. Randall Sulton.