Jeffrey Siegel’s unique “concerts with commentary” are a joy for both the piano aficionado and novice alike with exciting explorations of some of the best-loved works in the classical canon. Siegel returns for his second concert of the Harris Center 2013-14 season presenting “The Miracle of Mozart” on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 1 p.m.
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This program includes performance and commentary on such classic works as Variations on “Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman,” K. 265, “Fantasy in D Minor,” K. 397, “Rondo alla Turca,” K. 33 and more.
American pianist Siegel has been soloist with the world’s great orchestras. Abroad, these include the Berlin Philharmonic, London Symphony, Philharmonic and Philharmonia, Moscow State Symphony, Munich’s Bayerischer Rundfunk, the Amsterdam, Oslo and Stockholm Philharmonic, Orchestra of La Scala and NHK Symphony of Japan.
In the United States, engagements include the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra and Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Siegel has collaborated with many of the pre-eminent conductors: Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez, Charles Dutoit, Neeme Järvi, James Levine, Lorin Maazel, Zubin Mehta, Leonard Slatkin, Michael Tilson Thomas and David Zinman, as well as legendary maestros of the past, including Eugene Ormandy, Sir George Solti, William Steinberg, Klaus Tennstedt and Yevgeny Svetlanov.
Siegel’s ongoing series of Keyboard Conversations flourish in numerous American cities, among them New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Phoenix, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Dallas, Denver and Washington D. C.
Some of these venues have been presenting Keyboard Conversations for more than 40 years — resounding testimony to Siegel’s superb artistry, innovative format and loyal fans.
New listeners discover an informal, entertaining and immensely accessible introduction to the magnificent piano repertoire. Seasoned music lovers enjoy a deeply enriched, more focused listening experience.
Tickets are $19 to $29 and premium are $39. Tickets for students with ID are $7. Tickets are available online at harriscenter.net or from the Harris Center ticket office at 916-608-6888 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and two hours before show time.
Parking is included in the price of the ticket. Harris Center is located at 10 College Parkway in Folsom.