Hailed as “The International First Lady of Piano,” Teresa Walters comes to delight audiences on Sunday, October 21 at 2 p.m. at Neumann University. CBS 3’s Pat Ciarrocchi opens this performance to cap off Neumann University’s homecoming weekend festivities.
Walters has performed as a recitalist and orchestral soloist on six continents in venues including Carnegie Hall in New York, Wigmore Hall in London, the Salle Cortot in Paris, and Moscow’s Great Hall. With her vast repertoire, Walters has also performed at Vienna’s Beethoven Festival and at Spanish Music festivals in Barcelona and Spain. She is the first American pianist invited by Hungary to perform three prestigious European recitals in honor of famous Hungarian composer Frank Liszt’s. Austrian National television described her as “a rare musical phenomenon” and in New York her Lincoln Center concert received standing ovation with the press raving, “One was simply blown away.”
Walters will be playing a program entitled Cameos of Great Composers and Well-Loved Masterworks. The program will cover a variety of composers such as Ludwig Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Modeste Moussorgsky, Franz Liszt, and George Gershwin.
For one night only, Teresa Walters brings her passion and musical talents to Neumann University for a concert that will delight music lovers of all ages. Proceeds from the concert go to benefit Pat Ciarrocchi’s “Ciarrocchi Broadcasting Scholars.” Performance will be in the Meagher Theater, located in the campus Life Center. Tickets are $45 or two for $75. Neumann University students get free admission with ID. Outside students are just $10. Tickets required for entrance. Please call 610-558-5626 for details.
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