Adam Golka's 32@32: Beethoven's Piano Sonatas - Beethoven Unleaded

Starting on October 17, 2020 3:30 pm
Posted by Daniel McCullough
Categories: PianoFest
Tags: Jazz

Adam Golka’s 32@32: Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas

Since the age of 16, when he won first prize at the China Shanghai International Piano Competition, 2009 American Pianists Awards winner Adam Golka has been a favorite on concert stages around the world. Now age 32 and a well-established artist, Golka celebrates Beethoven’s 250th birthday by playing all thirty-two of Beethoven’s piano sonatas over a span of eleven performances. Having studied Beethoven under the guidance of masters such as Leon Fleisher, Alfred Brendel, Sir András Schiff, and Murray Perahia, Adam Golka offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience of hearing all of Beethoven’s piano masterpieces in an exciting and engaging format.

Two Ways to Experience Adam Golka’s 32@32: Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas

Bach’s New Digital Concert Experience

For those wishing to stay home at this time, we are thrilled to offer a new digital concert experience through our Bach at Home option. This option can be purchased similarly to the in-person tickets via our website or phone. On a specified date following the in-person performance, you will receive a link by email to the Bach at Home version of the performance you have purchased. You will then be able to enjoy the performance whenever you’d like throughout the duration of the season.

Tickets for Adam Golka’s Bach at Home concerts are available individually or as a package of all eleven programs.
Bach at Home performances will be available after the live performance dates. For information on distribution dates, please click here.

Bach at Home performances will be available after the live performance dates.

In-Person Performances (Sept 30-Oct 18)

For those wanting to join us, we are thrilled to offer three performance times for each Adam Golka 32@32 program.
Social distancing has limited the number of tickets we can offer for each concert, so we’ve opened additional performances to accommodate our loyal patrons. Performances will be held in Tiedtke Concert Hall and not exceed more than 25 audience members in the 400 seat venue. For more information on the steps we’ve taken to keep our artists and patrons safe, please visit our Health and Safety page.


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