Good news travels fast: Immediately after the Greek piano virtuoso Vassilis Varvaresos made his triumphant Carnegie Hall debut, he was invited to play for President Obama at the White House. Now the world’s most prestigious venues are clamoring to feature Varvaresos, who first made history as the youngest pianist ever to top the Young Concert Artists International Auditions, the ultra-elite competition whose previous winners include piano legends like Murray Perahia, Emanuel Ax and Richard Goode. Now you can catch the much in-demand artist perform a rare, intimate engagement at De Anza College’s Visual and Performing Arts Center. Be there as this star Juilliard graduate plays a program of Chopin Études and three works by Scriabin in a concert presented by the Steinway Society of the Bay Area.
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