Israeli pianist Alon Goldstein will perform on Sunday, March 1, in the 19th season of Dominican University’s Guest Concert in Angelico Concert Hall.
The Sunday concerts, sponsored by Dominican’s Department of Music, Dance and Performing Arts, start at 3 p.m. Free parking is available in the nearby Conlan Center lot off Grand Avenue in San Rafael.
Goldstein's piano recital will feature selections from Beethoven, Schubert, Debussy and Janacek. He is admired for his musical intelligence, sensitive artistry and dynamic personality. He made his orchestral debut at the age of 18 with the Israel Philharmonic under the baton of Zubin Mehta and returned a few seasons ago with Maestro Herbert Blomstedt.
In recent seasons, Mr. Goldstein has performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic; Philadelphia Orchestra; the San Francisco, Baltimore, St. Louis, Houston, Vancouver, Kansas City, Indianapolis, and North Carolina symphonies; and orchestras on tour in Paris, Russia, Romania and Bulgaria.
All Guest Concert Series concerts are free to students under the age of 18 including middle school and elementary school children if accompanied and supervised by an adult. In addition, community college students with a valid I.D. and music and art teachers in grades K-12 will be admitted free of charge along with Dominican students, faculty, and staff with a valid I.D.
Single-event tickets, which are only available at the door 30 minutes prior to scheduled performances, are $20 for general admission and $17 for seniors over 60. Season subscription series tickets are $60, $50 for seniors over 60.
For more information on tickets and the 2019-20 Guest Concert Series schedule, call 415-482-3579, email [email protected]
- Venue: Dominican University, Angelico Hall
- Date: Sun March 1, 2020 3:00pm
- City: San Rafael
- Email: [email protected]
- Price Range: Free to $20
- Tickets: 415-482-3579
Overture in French Style in B minor, BWV 831 (1735)
Sonata no. 14 in c sharp minor, Op. 27 no. 2 (1801)
Impromptus D. 935 (1827) - No. 2 and No. 3
"The Masque" from Symphony No. 2
two preludes from Book II (1913) - No. 7 and No. 12