Destination: Jeffrey Siegel's KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS Continues at Perelman Theater, 11/12
Jeffrey Siegel's celebrated KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS have become a popular destination for concert goers on Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts. Subscriptions are on sale now to Siegel's 2013-2014 Keyboard Conversations season presented by 'Friends of Keyboard Conversations' in the intimate Perelman Theater in The KimMel Center for the Performing Arts.
Keyboard Conversations - An Exciting and Entertaining New Way to Experience Piano Classics Hailed internationally, Jeffrey Siegel's Keyboard Conversations, combine dynamic performances of piano masterpieces with captivating, non-technical comments. The brilliantly polished format puts the audience on the "inside track," says Siegel. "It is my hope that whatever I say will make the listening experience more focused, more accessible, more meaningful and more enjoyable. We read a great deal about the declining interest in classical music. Yet, I believe great music can inspire us uniquely and this stimulating format makes friends for classical music."
The Glory of Beethoven (Tuesday, November 12, 2013 7:30pm). The opening night program offers pinnacles of the piano repertoire, written after deafness had engulfed the composer, including the colossal "Appassionata Sonata."
For those seeking a romantic destination and an exhilarating performance from the pianist The New York Times declared "...expressive and full of passion," hear The Romantic Music of Chopin (Monday, February 3, 2014 7:30pm). Indulge in a romantic evening filled with immortal works by one of the world's most popular and beloved composers.
The grand finale of this dynamic concert season is Mistresses and Masterpieces (Tuesday, April 22, 2014 7:30pm). Works of passion, love, and longing by Brahms, Schumann, Chopin and Liszt, inspired by "significant others" in their lives.
For additional information, visit Mr. Siegel's website www.keyboardconversations.com