2020 Southeastern Piano Festival Guest Artists

On television, Pratt has performed on the Today Show, Good Morning America and Sesame Street.

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Fabio Bidini today is recognized as one of the most important pianists and pedagogues.

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One of the most sought after pedagogical influences in Korea, Ms. Paik was the youngest pianist of her generation to be appointed as a music professor at Seoul National University.

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When she accepted an invitation from the Leningrad Conservatory, she became the youngest professor ever appointed for this position in the history of the school.

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Richard Goode has been hailed for music-making of tremendous emotional power, depth and expressiveness.

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Kohlberg played in major halls in forty countries over five continents and has won over ten international prizes.

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Now entering her seventh year as the second pianist for the Arthur Fraser International Piano Competition concerto performances, Inara Zandmane was born in the capital of Latvia, Riga and started playing the piano at the age of six. Ms. Zandmane holds...

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Piano X Guest Artists

The Concert Truck has performed across the country in schools, parks, shelters, town centers…anywhere you can think to park a truck.

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Nick Luby is an artist committed to presenting vivid, authentic, and relevant performances of the classical canon to a wide audience.

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Acclaimed as a pianist with “astounding musical authority” (Columbia Free Times), Susan Zhang made her orchestral debut at the age of 12 with the Augusta Symphony.

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Media coverage includes a profile featured on the cover of Clavier Companion in May 2015, recognition as “One to Watch” by International Piano Magazine in March 2014

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Southeastern Piano Festival Alumna

Washingtonian Avery Gagliano is a full scholarship piano fellow at the Curtis Institute of Music, under the tutelage of Jonathan Biss and Gary Graffman.

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