2017 Golandsky Institute International Piano Festival
The Golandsky Institute International Piano Festival features 5 Extraordinary Concerts by Internationally Acclaimed Artists in six days from Monday, July 10, 2017, through Saturday, July 15. 2017. All concerts at 8pm in Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall , Princeton University. All ticket holders are invited to attend a reception with the artists following each concert. The Festival runs in conjunction with the Institute’s Summer Symposium.
The International Piano Festival is open to the public and features performances by a roster of brilliant musicians from around the world presented for the benefit of Symposium participants and the wider Princeton community.
- The general public may purchase tickets online through the Princeton University Box Office beginning on June 1, 2017.
- The Box Office opens one hour before each scheduled concert, in the lobby of Taplin Auditorium.
- Tickets: $35 for the general public, $15 for seniors and $10 for students. Seating is general admission.
|Monday, July 10||8 PM||THE GYPSY VIOLIN: WHIMSY, SEDUCTION AND YEARNING
Internationally acclaimed Andalusian violinist Jesus Reina appears with his longtime duo partner, Josu de Solaun, piano, in an immersive program featuring evocative music of Enescu, Sarasate, Dvorak, and Janacek.
|Tuesday, July 11||8 PM||A PASSION FOR THE PIANO: CHOPIN, LISZT, TAUSIG, ENESCU|
|Thursday, July 13||8 PM||Father Sean Duggan
Featuring guest artists: Natasha Farny, cello and Antoine LeFebvre, violin
ALL STRINGS ATTACHED: CHAMBER MUSIC FOR THE SOUL
Beloved festival artist, Fr. Sean Duggan performs duos and trios of Bach, Beethoven and Mendelssohn with friends in an intimate evening of timeless music.
|Friday, July 14||8 PM||The Bill Charlap Trio
AN EVENING OF JAZZ GREATS :
The Grammy award winning: BILL CHARLAP TRIO!
|Saturday, July 15||8 PM||Ilya Itin
Solo works of Schubert and Rachmaninov
THE MASTERS RETURN: SONATAS IN D
Ilya Itin performs a program of two great sonatas by Schubert and Rachmaninov, bringing us his newest discoveries in the music of the old masters.