Let’s face it: you and I are always up for a bargain, especially when the product is quality live music and the price is “free-fifty-free.”
On Sunday, November 20th, Pianist Susan Svrček will be performing the Piano Sonata No. 2 “Concord Sonata” by Charles Ives at 4pm at the Steinway Piano Gallery in West Hollywood. Admission is $0, but you have to call +1-310-652-6666 no later than Saturday, November 19th to reserve your seat(s). For more details, click HERE.
Her bio states that as a founding member of Piano Spheres, Ms. Svrček “has premiered works by Joan Huang, Benjamin Lees, Frederick Lesemann, and Hyo-shin Na. She is noted for her wide range of repertoire, from Mozart and Beethoven to Xenakis and Boulez.” She also happens to be a member of ensembleGREEN.
By all accounts, it’ll be a wonderful performance, and there isn’t really any reason for you to miss it . . . unless, like me, you’ll be at WDCH for a little bit of Handel. Oh well.
Photo from Steinway Piano Gallery – West Hollywood
Those who will be “at WDCH for a little bit of Handel” this Saturday or Sunday afternoon (or tonight) are in for a real treat, and her name is Sonya Yoncheva.
High praise. Can’t wait. A bit sad that the Water Music in D is not being performed, but perhaps this will help mitigate my sorrow.