Museum of Making Music, Carlsbad, CA
On Sunday, August 2, 2009 at 1 PM, join us for a concert and reception with esteemed pianist, Juilliard music professor and Liszt specialist, Jerome Lowenthal. Repertoire includes selections from Liszt’s “Years of Pilgrimage.”
Dedicated to the memory of Museum volunteer Doris Carp, the concert will directly benefit the Museum’s MusicVentures program for K-5 students.
Tickets for the concert & reception are $45; $35 for Museum members. For tickets, please call 760-438-5996 or Purchase Tickets Online
About Jerome Lowenthal
Jerome Lowenthal has been a prominent presence in the international piano world for more than a half-century. A student of three legendary musicians – William Kapell, Eduard Steuermann, and Alfred Cortot – he has performed a voluminous repertoire that includes 63 different concerti.
Mr. Lowenthal has recorded for numerous record labels, including RCA, Columbia, and Arabesque. He has performed in a large number of chamber music festivals and collaborated in concerts with violinist Itzhak Perlman, cellist Nathaniel Rosen, and pianists Ronit Amir and Ursula Oppens. In international piano competitions, he has served on the jury of the Cliburn, the Tschaikowsky, the Rubinstein, the Horowitz, and the Bachauer, to name a few. Besides giving masterclasses in North America, Europe, and Asia, he has been on the faculty of the Juilliard School since 1991. Mr. Lowenthal recently received an honorary doctorate from Cleveland Institute of Music.