World-renowned Venezuelan pianist dazzles with daring interpretations of Rachmaninoff and Mozart, delivered with electricity and elegance
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$15 for one ticket for main floor seating (up to $25 value)
$21 for one ticket for table seating (up to $35 value)
Her Background: The Venezuelan wunderkind made her orchestra debut at the age of 7 before emigrating to the U.S. to attend Juilliard, becoming a fellow of Carnegie Hall’s The Academy and a member of its celebrated Ensemble ACJW, and eventually taking First Prize at the Anton G. Rubinstein International Piano Competition in Dresden
What the Critics Say: The New York Times hails her playing as “compelling, elegant, and incisive,” The Dallas Morning News applauds her blend of “panache and poetry,” and El Pais Newspaper claims that she’s “simply a genius”
Works You Might Hear: Beethoven’s Piano Sonato No. 7, Op. 10 No. 3 and works by contemporary composer Mason Bates