Brother Hando Nahkur Revisited

Once again we visit with the talented Freemason, concert pianist Hando Nahkur.  You might remember from the previous article on Freemason Information – that Brother Nahkur studied at Yale, The New England Conservatory of

Music and TCU. He has moved on this year to continue his studies to SMU, Dallas. On September 22, 2011 he gave a piano recital at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts.

His two strongest numbers that showcased Nahkur’s piano virtuoso, amazing piano dexterity, power and fullness of emotion were Liszt’s Concerto No. 2 in A Major and Totentanz, my favorite, also by Liszt. You cannot come away from a Nahkur perfomance without realizing that here is a man who plays with great passion.

Next week, October 2, 2011, Nahkur will perform in Costa Rica with the Cartago Symphony Orchestra and December 2, 2011 he will perform in Wayland, Massachusetts.

After watching an amazing performance it was time to break bread together and bond in conversation from the trivial to the sublime. Over pizza and Pepsi we ran the gamut from life and loves, through Freemasonry and music to customs and cultures.

As we parted each to his separate way we realized that this was going to be just one of many more relationship times where a 28 year old artist and a 67 year old soon to be retiree, through the power of Brotherly love and affection, were to become yoked for life.

Brother Hando Nahkur’s You Tube Page

Brother Hando Nahkur’s website

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Fred is a Past Master of Plymouth Lodge, Plymouth Massachusetts, and Past Master of Paul Revere Lodge, Brockton, Massachusetts. Presently, he is a member of Pride of Mt. Pisgah No. 135, Prince Hall Texas, where is he is also a Prince Hall Knight Templar . Fred is a Fellow of the Phylaxis Society and Executive Director of the Phoenix Masonry website and museum.