Our 2017 – 2018 Season is perhaps our most star-studded season of classical piano concerts yet. Thank you for supporting Steinway Society’s internationally acclaimed concert pianists as they bring beloved masterworks to Silicon Valley.
The season begins with Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Bronze Medalist Sean Chen, who delighted the Steinway Society audience in 2013 and earns accolades for “alluring, colorfully shaded renditions” (New York Times). October brings South Korean pianist Yekwon Sunwoo, the brilliant 2017 Cliburn Competition Gold Medal winner, hailed for “his total command over the instrument and its expressiveness” (San Francisco Examiner). In November, South Korean virtuoso Seong-Jin Cho, First Prize Winner at the 17th Chopin International Piano Competition, will perform works of Chopin, Debussy and Beethoven.
In January, 2018 celebrated French pianist Michel Dalberto performs works of Debussy and composers he influenced or influenced him. In February, Russian, prize-winning artist Anna Federova, with more than 11 million YouTube views of her Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2 performance, will surely enchant us. In March, the masterful ATOS Trio, hailed for radiant ensemble playing by audiences around the globe, brings us music of Mendelssohn, Schubert and Turina. In April, Venezuelan virtuoso Gabriela Martinez, praised for lyrical playing and compelling interpretations, presents magnificent music by Granados, Lecuana and Beethoven. In May, Yeol Eum Son, a winner at both the International Tchaikovsky and Cliburn Competitions, who had patrons cheering when she performed in our 21st season, returns with exhilarating music of Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Mozart and Ravel.
Save with a season subscription. Series-4 subscribers receive 10% and Series-8 receive 25% off single ticket prices. All subscribers receive $150 in San Jose restaurant coupons; invitations to In-Home recitals and meet-the-artist events; renewal of preferred seats; and, free ticket exchanges.
Steinway Society – The Bay Area‘s mission is to nurture a love and appreciation for classical piano music. Explore our web site for more about our artists, concerts and programs bringing music into the public schools.
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