Posted by Bob Evans
Behzod Abduraimov Performs
FREE Solo Recital from 1900 Building
Performance to be Simulcast – Date & Time Pending
WHO: Pianist Behzod Abduraimov
After recent performances of his solo recital across the globe, Pianist Behzod Abduraimov has been riding high, including three encores and nine curtain calls at Carnegie Hall this past December. “Throughout the piece, the pianist showed he wasn’t satisfied with just making the music sound great, but digging into it to see what might be underneath . . . yet he was always inside the music, pushing it to its extremes while always working with what Mussorgsky had given. This was individual and exhilarating pianism.” (New York Classical Review) The 29-year-old Park ICM alumnus and Artist-in-Residence made his splash in the piano world by winning the London International Piano Competition under the tutelage of his mentor and Park ICM Founder, Stanislav Ioudenitch.
WHAT: Solo Recital to Take Place in Its Entirety and Simulcast
FREE OF CHARGE
While the live performance has had to be postponed, Park University and The 1900 Building are thrilled to be able to bring Behzod’s amazing talent to classical music lovers right in their own living rooms, especially while theaters are shuttered worldwide. The simulcast will be provided at no charge.
WHEN: Pending . . . Stay tuned for details and instructions for viewing.
WHERE: The concert will be simulcast from and produced by The 1900 Building. The link to the simulcast can be found at https://1900bldg.com/.
THE CONCERT IS NOT OPEN TO PUBLIC. (Building closed)
For ticket holders, the live concert has been postponed. Tickets for the previously scheduled March 25th concert will be valid when the performance is rescheduled. To request a refund, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.