Piano Evenings with David Dubal

Spring 2024 Season Tickets

Intimate Evenings with World-Class Pianists Hosted by David Dubal

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Piano Evenings with David Dubal is a weekly educational concert series where attendees get to hear and mingle with rising stars of the piano world, up close and personal. Each concert is hosted by David Dubal, one of the world’s foremost authorities on the piano, who provides historical and musical context for the repertoire selections which are performed by these extraordinary pianists.

Thus, the series serves the dual purpose of educating the public about the glories of the piano repertoire and introducing the audience members to young, high caliber pianists, many of whom are winners of major competitions with established careers, in an intimate setting. The audience also has the opportunity to enjoy pianists in return engagements throughout the seasons and witness how they evolve as musicians over time.

Tracing its origins to the storied classrooms of The Juilliard School, where decades of young pianists came to try out repertoire in front of an enthusiastic group of music lovers, Piano Evenings with David Dubal is now its own fully-fledged entity.

Audience members are privy to a behind the scenes glimpse of many elite young artists, as they hone their craft. The pianists, in turn, are given an open forum to perform in an environment that is conducive to musical experimentation and risk-taking.   

Upcoming Performance

Spring 2024 Season Tickets

Spring 2024 – Performance 8

$60

Tue, Apr 23, 2024
, 6:00
-8:00 PM
J.S. Bach:
Fugue on a theme by Albinoni BWV 951
Fugue on a theme by Reinken BWV 966
Fugue on a theme by Albinoni BWV 946
Fugue on a theme (probably) by Albonini BWV 949
Fugue on a theme by Albinoni BWV 950
Fugue on a theme by Reinken BWV 954
Fugue on a theme by Albinoni BWV 951a

Evan Shinners, piano

Ludwig van Beethoven:
Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op. 111

Zhouhui Shen, piano

Alexander Scriabin:
Etude, Op. 42 No. 8
Fugue in E minor
J.S. Bach:
Contrapunctus VI

Nicolas Namoradze, piano
Grace & St. Paul’s Church, 123 W. 71st Street, NY, NY
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David Dubal

About David Dubal

David Dubal is internationally known as a pianist, teacher, writer, artist, and broadcaster. An acknowledged authority on the piano literature, Mr. Dubalʼs highly acclaimed books include The Art of the Piano, The Essential Canon of Classical Music, Evenings with Horowitz, Reflections from the Keyboard, and Conversations with Menuhin. Recipient of the First ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for broadcast journalism, Mr. Dubal has won numerous other honors, including the coveted George Foster Peabody Award for innovative broadcasting. His 1993 film, The Golden Age of the Piano, has been seen worldwide in four languages and won him an Emmy award.

As music director of storied classical music station WNCN in New York City from 1971 to 1994, Mr. Dubal served as a producer and commentator for innumerable programs and special broadcasts. His guest interviews include a veritable who’s who of the luminary pianists and musicians of the 20th century including Alexis Weissenberg, Alfred Brendel, Andras Schiff, Byron Janis, Charles Rosen, Claudio Arrau, George Bolet, Mitsuko Uchida, Murray Perahia, Rosalyn Tureck, Vladimir Horowitz, Yehudi Menuhin, and many more. Since 2000, Mr. Dubal’s programs Reflections from the Keyboard (WQXR.org, 105.9 New York) and The Piano Matters (WWFM.org) have attracted online listeners worldwide.

Mr. Dubal served on the faculties of both the Juilliard School and the Manhattan School of Music in New York City for several decades, reaching thousands of students of all ages. He has performed in recitals and lecture-recitals in forty states, conducted master classes and lectured across the globe, and served on the jury of dozens of international competitions. In 2006, Mr. Dubal received an honorary doctorate from the State University of New York (SUNY).

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