I received an e-mail yesterday about a great concert coming up on Saturday, March 27th in conjunction with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. The three medalists from 2008’s New Orleans International Piano Competition will be playing with the Orchestra at Loyola’s Roussel Hall. These are some great performers to catch if you haven’t already, so please consider checking it out!
International Piano Medalists Perform with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
Saturday, March 27th
What: Concerto Showcase VI
Featuring the three medalists of the 2008 New Orleans International Piano Competition in performance with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. Gold Medalist Spencer Myer will play Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini; Silver Medalist Dmitri Levkovich will play the Chopin Concerto #1; Bronze Medalist Vakhtang Kodanashvili will play the Tchaikovsky Concerto #1.
Date: Saturday, March 27
Place: Roussel Hall, Loyola University New Orleans
Tickets: $40 at door; $30 advance purchase; $20 student with Student I.D.
To order tickets and to find out more information about this concert and a special Patron Level concert featuring these same three pianists in a recital of solo piano repertoire the night before please call (504) 899-4826 or http://www.masno.org.
The Musical Art Society of New Orleans (MASNO) vision is to be a primary force in establishing New Orleans as a vital and vibrant center of classical music, recognized regionally, nationally and internationally. MASNO’s mission is to create opportunities to hear, participate in, and appreciate performances of classical music by established and emerging artists; to encourage the development of supportive, knowledgeable and enthusiastic audiences for concerts presented by the Musical Arts Society and other musical organizations; to nurture the development of talent; and to champion music education.