Phoenixville, PA (PRWEB) November 12, 2013
On Thursday November 14, there will be a benefit concert at the Colonial Theatre called Keyboard Mania (http://www.KeyboardMania.net). All proceeds benefit the Kimberton Waldorf School Steinway Restoration Fund.
The concert features a range of exciting and diverse artists, covering classical, jazz and beyond. The performances will feature both solo pieces and keyboard collaborations, including 4-hand piano. In addition, there will also be insightful onstage conversations to learn more about the artists and their music.
Some of the featured artists include:
- Ching-Yun Hu – Winner of the 2008 Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Competition. “Profound depth of emotion in a beautifully-shaped, expansive performance”,
- Tania Stavreva – Performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Steinway Hall. “Exceptional, entrancing, fun”.
- Tom Lawton – Highly respected and gifted jazz pianist. “Superbly performed, full of complex textures, exciting solos and imminent discoveries.”
Other performers include: John Conahan, Mike Ruhl, Paul Fejko, Dylan Babitch, Martin Weinberg, Anton Fomin, Tatiana Abramova and Wayne Zimmerman.
“Music is an integral part of the curriculum at Kimberton Waldorf School, and the pianos are used quite often. Restoring our Steinway pianos will have a lasting impact on the quality of the music program for KWS students for years to come,” said Esther Walsh, music teacher at the Kimberton Waldorf School. (http://kimberton.org/keyboardmania)
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students. There are also $40 “Gold Circle” tickets available which include seating in the front rows plus a reception with light refreshments after the concert to mingle and meet with the artists. All proceeds benefit the Kimberton Waldorf School Steinway Restoration Fund.
Tickets are available online at http://www.KeyboardMania.net, or by calling the Colonial Theatre box office at 610-917-1228.