As Steinway & Sons’ only dealer representative for Southeastern and South Central Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware for sales, technical service and concert and artist service it is Jacobs Music’s honor to provide instruments and technical services for the most renowned international and local pianists performing in our area.
We are pleased to share with you some of the outstanding performances taking place on Steinway Pianos in the coming days. How fortunate we are to live and work in a region so rich in culture and musical activities!
- In the 25 years since his graduation, pianist MENG-CHIEH LIU has continually been a vital presence at Curtis as a performer, teacher, and mentor. In the first of three diverse programs, he is joined by students, alumni, and faculty in music for multiple pianos, including a rarely heard version of Igor Stravinsky's Rite of Spring for four pianos and percussion instruments.
– The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society honors Pianist Leon Bates, on his retirement from concert touring for medical reasons. - Featuring more than a dozen musicians whom Mr. Bates has mentored, or with whom he has collaborated throughout his amazing five-decade career including: Ahn Trio; Portland String Quartet; Borealis Wind Quintet; Louise Toppin, soprano; Dynasty Battles, piano; Joseph Joubert, piano
-This monthly show is sponsored by Jacobs Music Company, and showcases live performances with some of the best young piano talent in the area. Saturday’s show presents the second group of outstanding young performers who were recorded at our Jacobs Music Lawrenceville, NJ Recital Hall on Steinway Concert Grand, CD503, the beloved instrument that Vladimir Horowitz played in performances all over the world. Saturday's broadcast features: Amber Wang, Avery Wu, Rhea Khandawal, Sammi Li, Molly Wong, Alexia Fang, and Max Wang. The program also includes some rare recordings by Lorin Hollander (b. 1944) from his very first LP, recorded for RCA Victor when he was 13
-Alexander Bui's solo graduation recital at Manhattan School of Music was praised as "a dazzling display of virtuosity and temperament" by The Press of Atlantic City. Now embarking on his solo career, the young pianist returns to WRTI to perform and chat with WRTI's Susan Lewis.
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