Ogunquit Performing Arts

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 1608
Ogunquit, ME 03907

Performance Venue

The S. Judson Dunaway Center
23 School St.
Ogunquit ME 




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Ogunquit Performing Arts

Performance Venue

The S. Judson Dunaway Center
23 School St.
Ogunquit ME 03907


16th Annual Elizabeth Dunaway Burnham Piano Festival – Frederick Moyer Piano Concert

Fred Moyer returns to OPA by popular demand, with a program of classical favorites and a bit of jazz!

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Frederick Moyer
Returning to Ogunquit by popular demand for the 3rd time, concert pianist Frederick Moyer has entertained audiences in more than 44 countries- in such international venues as the Sydney Opera House, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Windsor Castle, with orchestras in London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Brazil, and Iceland- and across every region in the U.S. ranging from Boston, NYC, Baltimore and Washington D.C. to St. Louis, Indianapolis, and Milwaukee to Dallas, Houston and Los Angeles. His performances exhibit an affinity for a wide variety of styles in both classical music and jazz, and his relaxed and witty commentary from the stage engages audiences in the heart of the musical experience.

Moyer’s wide ranging interests have resulted in the use of technology often with software he has written himself. An avid computer programmer and inventor with multiple patents, Moyer has created innovative concerts that redefine traditional piano recitals. His MoyerCam gives the audience a view of the hands and keyboard from almost any seat in the audience. His USolo software enables him to play piano concertos in recital with orchestral accompaniment synchronized to his interpretations.

His performance plan includes works by Schumann, Mozart, Mendelssohn, and a wide ranging selection of his (and our) jazz standards. Critical praise from the New York Times refers to his work as “First class…His playing is clean, unmannered, and full of ideas and intelligence.”

Listen to Fred at frederickmoyer.com.


Sonata in D Major, K. 311
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756-1791
  • Allegro con spirito 1756-1791
Sonata No. 3 in F Minor, Op. 14 (1836)
Robert Schumann 1810-1856
  • Allegro
  • Scherzo (molto commodo)
  • Quasi Variazioni (Andantino de Clara Wieck)
  • Presto Possibile   (Original Finale movement – Deciphered by F. Moyer, Paul E. Green, Jr. – 2010)


  • * Impromptu in E flat Major, Op. 90, No. 2
    Franz Schubert 1797-1828
  • * Nocturne in D flat Major, Op. 27, No. 2
    Frederic Chopin 1810-1849
  • * Three Preludes, Op. 23 
    Sergei Rachmaninoff 1873-1943
    • No. 2 in B flat Major
    • No. 4 in D Major
    • No. 5 in G Minor
Jazz Selections — to be announced from the stage  
Barn Gallery is owned and administered by the Ogunquit Arts Collaborative, a volunteer-run 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit corporation. In collaboration with the Ogunquit Art Association, these two organizations provide the opportunity for professional artists to exhibit their work to the public in a beautiful setting.

OPA has performed multiple times at the Barn Gallery over the years, and is proud and grateful to be offering this concert series in this lovely place of visual beauty and wonderful acoustics. Having lost the Dunaway Auditorium to the temporary relocation of the Police Department, OPA is returning to Barn Gallery, its home away from home.

Visit Barn Gallery at barngallery.org