LIVINGSTON, NJ — The last piano solo recital in Temple B’nai Abraham’s Jewish Legacy of the Piano series features renowned pianist and conductor Vladimir Feltsman on Sunday, March 20, at 3 p.m. He will play Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition” and Schumann’s “Kinderszenen” and “Carnival Scenes from Vienna.”
Feltsman holds the Distinguished Chair of Professor of Piano at the State University of New York, New Paltz. He is one of the most versatile and constantly interesting musicians of our time, according to the press release. His vast repertoire encompasses music from the baroque to 21st-century composers. He has appeared with all the major American orchestras and on the most prestigious musical stages and festivals worldwide.
This series is underwritten by the Ann & Milton Colman/Samuel A. Cohen Fund. This concert it open to the community, though there is a fee. The temple is located at 300 E. Northfield Road, Livingston, with the entrance on East Cedar Street. Register online at http://www.tbanj.org/events-programs/vladimir-feltsman-jewish-legacy-piano or call 973-994-2290.