By Georgia Rowe | Correspondent, Bay Area News Group August 21, 2018 at 8:00 am Michael Morgan is best known as the music director and chief conductor of the Oakland Symphony, where he’s introduced Bay Area audiences to a long list of new works and debuting artists. This weekend, though, he’s acting as presenter for an intimate concert and CD release party at the Piedmont Center for the Arts. “Amour sans ailes: Songs of Reynaldo Hahn” features baritone Zachary Gordin and pianist Bryan Nies in an Aug. 25 program of art songs by the influential French composer, whose friend and lover, Marcel Proust, made Hahn the hero of his first novel. The concert marks the release of Gordin and Nies’ new CD, also titled “Amour sans ailes” (Love without Wings), which includes beloved Hahn songs such as “Fêtes galantes” and “À Chloris.” Copies will be available for purchase, and the evening ends with a reception with the artists. Details: 7:30 p.m. Aug. 25; Piedmont Center for the Arts; $35-$150; www.eventbrite.com.