Jazz Pianist, David Benoi & Classical Pianist, Rueibin Chen to Perform in Once-In-A-Lifetime Concert.

May 23
7:54 2014
Jazz Pianist, David Benoi & Classical Pianist, Rueibin Chen to Perform in Once-In-A-Lifetime Concert.

Jazz pianist and composer, David Benoit, and award winning, Chinese-Austrian born pianist, Rueibin Chen, will perform in a once-in-a-lifetime performance of Two Pianos as East Meets West. Both Mr. Benoit and Mr. Chen will bring their own unique styles of playing to create a musical blend of jazz and classical works guaranteed to satisfy an array of enthusiasts.

Zipper Hall, located at the Colburn School in Los Angeles, is the venue of choice to house this dynamic duo. Many prominent orchestras and recording artists have performed there adding Benoit & Chen to this list.

Although Mr. Benoit is considered to be one of the finest jazz pianist worldwide, he has contributed a lot to the classical genre as well. Mr. Benoit has conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the symphonies of London, Nuremberg, San Francisco, Atlanta, San Antonio and San Jose and has written numerous etudes and symphonies to date.

Rueibin Chen is internationally acclaimed for his technical brilliance, immense energy, and intense artistic expression. From Taiwan, Mr. Chen is the best-selling CD classical musician in greater China and has toured and received recognition worldwide.

Both Mr. Benoit and Mr. Chen are advocates in mentoring young musicians. It comes at no surprise that they would welcome the Asia America Youth Symphony Woodwind Quintet to open the show with musical selections performed by students mentored by Mr. Benoit. These talented young musicians have had opportunities to perform with prominent recording artists such as Keiko Matsui and Grammy nominated jazz fusion group, Hiroshima, to name a few. They have also participated on several rehearsals and recordings with Mr. Benoit.

Don't miss this opportunity to reserve tickets for this ONE NIGHT ONLY concert. Go to the Asia America Symphony Association website or call 310.377.8977. Seating is limited.


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