KEY PIANISTS SEASON 4
All concerts are held in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
Please join us for the 2018-2019 Season:
Norman Krieger, Piano
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 8 pm
The program features the first sonata by Brahms, as well as three Preludes by Henri Lazarov (2009), Six Little Preludes by Michael Fine, Beethoven's "Tempest" Sonata, and a group of pieces by Chopin.
Jason Hardink, Piano
Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 8 p.m.
The program includes Echoes' White Veil by Jason Eckardt, Images Book 2 by Debussy, Evryali by Iannis Xenakis, Four Transcendental Etudes of Liszt, and five pieces from the Vingt Regards sur l'enfant-Jesus by Messiaen.
Terry Eder, Piano
Monday, April 8, 2019 at 8 p.m.
The program will include works by Schubert, Dohnanyi, Beethoven, Kodaly and Debussy.
Tickets for all concerts are available 90 days prior to the recital date at CarnegieCharge (212) 247-7800, online at www.carnegiehall.org and at the Box Office at 57th Street and Seventh Avenue. All seats are reserved, $35.00, with student and senior discounts available at the Box Office.
KEY PIANISTS is a concert series at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, presented by Terry Eder.
KEY PIANISTS' mission is to bring to the New York stage and audiences pianists deserving of a stage at Carnegie Hall for their intelligence, sensitivity and insight. These are musicians who have had substantial performance experience throughout their career and who have mature musicianship to offer music lovers. Artists will be invited to perform the repertoire in which they specialize or have a particular affinity.
Season three was received with accolades. George Grella's review of Cecile Licad's recital for New York Classical Review, entitled "Cecile Licad brings dazzling keyboard arsenal to Liszt, American composers," stated that "Licad's playing of all three composers was superb," and that "Licad's musicianship was impressive all evening." Frank Daykin of New York Concert Review said of Misha and Cipa Dichter's recital: "The Dichters' flair for dialogue between the two instruments was in full display, aided by the clever and faithful arrangement" (speaking of Bernstein's transcription for two pianos of Aaron Copland's El Salon Mexico). Of Mr. Dichter's solo performances, Mr. Daykin said that "he would then do something so angelic that it brought tears to my eyes."
Our second season featuring Ann Schein, Terry Eder, and Sara Davis Buechner concluded with rave reviews for all three recitals. The links below will take you to them.
Sara Davis Buechner in review:
Terry Eder in review:
Ann Schein in review: