As NYPS approaches its 10th anniversary season, I, Elena Leonova, have recognized the achievement of members who have shown consistent artistic excellence in solo or chamber ensemble performances. These members have also exhibited strong commitment to the development and mission of NYPS and are therefore being awarded with a status of NYPS Performer in Residence. The names are: Carl Dicasol, Alok Dutt, Len Horovitz, Andrew Pak, June...
When the New York Piano Society holds its sixth annual benefit concert at the stately, 268-seat Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, composers on the program, including Mozart and Chopin, will need little introduction. The performers? A slightly different story. Full Article
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Mary Anne Huntsman, the 26-year-old daughter of former presidential candidate and Utah Governor, Jon Huntsman, made her New York society debut last weekend; or, at least, her debut with the New York Piano Society, a six-year-old non-profit that throws performances for virtuosic pianists whose primary professions lay in other fields. Full Article
A city cop turned piano man is preparing for one of his Finest performance venues yet: Carnegie Hall. Police Officer Chris Yip, 32, has been furiously practicing ever since the New York Piano Society invited him to play Joseph Haydn’s Sonata 38 in F Major at the famed hall on Saturday. Full Article