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Scheherazade - Classical Sunday

Dates, Times and Locations:
February 17, 2019, 3:00 pm at Flathead High Performance Hall, Kalispell 

Concert Information:
Glacier Symphony, John Zoltek, conductor
Andrew Staupe, piano

Pianist Andrew Staupe is emerging as one of the distinctive voices of a new generation of pianists. Andrew has appeared as soloist with the Baltimore Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra, Houston Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, Colorado Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Utah Symphony, Arkansas Symphony, Tallahassee Symphony, and many other orchestras throughout the United States. www.andrewstaupe.com/videos

“Mr. Staupe gave a brilliant performance, handling the virtuosic demands with apparent ease ...” – New York Concert Review

Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1
Rimsky-Korsakov” Scheherazade

 

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Spring Festival

A three concert orchestra and chorale festival with pianist Scott Cuellar

Spring Festival

Dates, Times and Locations:
Love’s Unending Song
Friday, April 26, 7:30 pm at Glacier High Performance Hall
Glacier Chorale in concert, Dr. Micah Hunter, conductor

Beethoven and Mozart
Saturday, April 27, 7:30 pm at Flathead High Performance Hall
Glacier Symphony, John Zoltek, conductor

Song of Destiny Finale
Sunday, April 28, 3:00 pm at Flathead High Performance Hall
Glacier Symphony, Orchestra and Chorale

Artist Information:
Mr. Cuellar won the gold medal at the 2016 San Antonio International Piano Competition, where he also received prizes for the best performance of both a Romantic work (Schumann’s Humoreske), as well as of a Russian work (Prokofiev’s 4th Sonata). He was the 1st place winner in the solo division of the 2013 Virginia Waring International Piano Competition, where he also took 2nd place in the concerto division, and was the winner of the Krenek Prize for the best performance of a sonata by Ernst Krenek. Additionally, he was the 3rd place winner of the 2016 New Orleans International Piano Competition, the winner of both the Rice and Oberlin concerto competitions, and was a semifinalist in the 2015 Honens Piano Competition.