The next Sundays at Lowman Concert will be January 21. Performing will be Ethan Uslan on the piano.

Uslan is a ragtime/jazz pianist based in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a 3-time winner of the World Championship Old-Time Piano Playing Contest, and has performed all over the USA, Europe, and Cyberspace, where his jazzed-up Für Elise has gone viral. Aside from solo work, Uslan has appeared with symphony orchestras, jazz bands, improv comedy groups, and even a clown show.
He studied classical piano and musicology at Indiana University. His classical piano professor, Edmund Battersby, put him through the ringer, assigning him diabolical etudes that put his fingers in knots. Meanwhile, in the classroom, Uslan had the opportunity to study the history of American popular music with Jeffrey Magee, who wrote the authoritative biography of Irving Berlin.

All Sunday at Lowman Concerts are held at 3 pm on Sunday afternoons in the New Life Chapel located in the Wellness Center on the Heritage at Lowman campus and will be followed by a reception in the adjacent Hoefler Gallery. The concerts are free and open to the public. For more information about the concert series please call 803-451-7414.