17-year-old pianist shines in performance of Rachmaninoff at Concerto Finals July 22 in Cleveland, earns $20,000 first prize.
Three remaining pianists will perform with The Cleveland Orchestra July 22 at Severance Hall; winner earns $20,000 first prize.
Performances continue Wednesday in Oberlin, with top 3 advancing to Friday's Concerto Finals in Cleveland.
Pianists will perform in Concerto Round at Oberlin Tuesday, July 19. All Oberlin performances are free and open to the public.
Remaining artists will perform in Semifinal Round II on Monday, July 18. All Oberlin performances are free and open to the public.
Young pianists representing 8 countries and 14 U.S. states vie for $40,000 in cash prizes plus Oberlin scholarships.
Celebration to include film, tour, music, and more; festivities part of biennial Hinton Institute for developing musicians.
Wordless Verses marks the first recording for longtime collaborators Strauss, oboist Roger Roe, and pianist R. Kent Cook.
Thanisa Durongkaveroj ’18, an international student from Thailand, seeks balance among her many interests.
Multitalented pianists Chelsea and Chloe DeSouza accompany each other just about everywhere.
139th season begins September 17 with clarinetist Eddie Daniels and friends.
Appointment marks the latest advancement in the conservatory's outstanding jazz program.