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Pianist Benjamin Pasternack
100 minutes including intermission, Ages 10+
In Person, Livestream or On Demand
Among the most experienced and versatile musicians today, the American pianist Benjamin Pasternack has performed as
a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician on four continents. His orchestral engagements have included appearances as
soloist with the Boston Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec, the Tonhalle Orchestra
of Zurich, the New Japan Philharmonic, and more. He was the Grand Prize
winner of the inaugural World Music Masters Piano Competition held in Paris
and Nice in July 1989. Bestowed by the unanimous vote of a distinguished
panel of judges, the honor carried with it a $30,000 award and engagements
throughout Europe and North America. After fourteen years on the piano
faculty of Boston University, he joined the piano faculty of the Peabody
Conservatory of Music in September 1997. Mr. Pasternack’s Delaware debut
will feature works by Mozart, Chopin, Ravel and Liszt-Horowitz. This event is
underwritten by Stuart & Dorothy Sharkey.
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