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The Jewish Legacy of the Piano…A Year in Celebration @ Temple B’nai Abraham
March 22, 2016 @ 3:00 pm$25
The third in a Series of Solo Piano Recitals featuring some of the World’s Foremost Artists
A list of world-renowned Jewish pianists might begin with just Vladimir Horowitz and Arthur Rubinstein but would quickly reach into the hundreds. As an examination of concert programs from the world’s great concert halls would show, the history of piano virtuosity cannot be separated from Jewish history, so significant and influential have Jewish pianists been. This year Temple B’nai Abraham celebrates this relationship with solo piano recitals by great Jewish pianists, each from a different country: Arnaldo Cohen from Brazil (performed on October 17) and Joseph Kalichstein from Israel (performed on November 22) and upcoming recital by Vladimir Feltsman from Russia . They will play major works from throughout the classical piano repertoire, representing the breadth of Jewish pianistic accomplishment.
Open to the community! Bring your friends!
Admission fees per recital:
General admission: $25 Students: $18
This series is underwritten by the Ann & Milton Colman/Samuel A. Cohen Fund.
Vladimir Feltsman Sunday, March 20, 3:00 PM