Sioux City, IA - Richard Steinbach, pianist and professor of music at Briar Cliff University, will perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City on Friday, June 7, 2019. This will be Steinbach’s second appearance at Carnegie Hall since 2015.
Steinbach will join forces with violinist Eric Grossman from The Juilliard School to present an exhilarating concert of Cuban and American music. “American/Cuban Episodes” will feature works by American composer Lowell Liebermann and Cuban composer Jorge Lopez Marin.
Steinbach and Grossman premiered this program in Havana, Cuba in January 2017. Eric Grossman is a Sioux City native and graduate of The Juilliard School.
A professor of music at Briar Cliff since 1980, Steinbach received his Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Iowa and holds degrees in piano performance from the University of Colorado and the Eastman School of Music. He was the grand prizewinner in the France Piano International Competition and performed his solo recital at the Salle Cortot in Paris.
Steinbach has performed extensively as both a soloist and collaborative artist in concerts throughout the United States, Canada, France, Italy, Great Britain, South America, Honduras, New Zealand, Jamaica, South Korea, Japan and The People’s Republic of China.
“American/Cuban Episodes” is sponsored by Juliet Everist as a fundraiser for the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra. For tickets and reservations, contact Chriss Camendzend at Premier Travel (712)-252-0008.