All concerts take place at the University of South Carolina School of Music,
813 Assembly Street, unless otherwise indicated.
For full ticket information, go to TICKETS.
The Southeastern Piano Festival opens with a traditionally sold-out
Piano Extravaganza Gala, featuring multiple pianos, piano faculty,
SEPF alumni and guests.
Music and Image. Auerbach premieres her new work for piano solo inspired by the Pictures at an Exhibition, followed by Mussorgsky masterpiece itself. This concert throws a spotlight on how the visual and music art forms influence and affect one another.
This rising star will perform works by Chopin, as well as his own compositions and improvisations.
Hugo Kitano and Aleksandra Kasman will share an afternoon concert filled with piano classics.
Silver Medalist of Van Cliburn Int’l Piano Competition, Pompa-Baldi presents a brilliant display of rare gems by Chopin, Medtner, Rubinstein, Poulenc, and new works inspired by Edith Piaf songs.
Featuring students studying with members of South Carolina Music Teachers Association
Open Table Discussion: Prodigies and their teachers. Both John Perry and Sasha Starcevich are renowned for developing and guiding talented young pianists into the stardom of concertizing pianists. What is their secret?
Presenting Bach's towering masterpiece, the Goldberg Variations. A self-financed recording of this work launched Dinnerstein's career when it landed No. 1 on the classical Billboard charts in the first week of its commercial release in 2007.
JOHN PERRY, chair
USC School of Music Recital Hall
813 Assembly Street, Columbia, SC 29208
Performances by the winners of the Arthur Fraser International Piano Competition.
Individual tickets on sale May 1
All concerts offer $5 student rush tickets and free tickets to those 18 and younger one hour prior to each concert.
Click here for directions to the School of Music.
Please claim your reserved tickets no less than 15 minutes prior to the concert. All unclaimed tickets will be released after that time.