Steinway & Sons

Steinway Hall - Plano Presents: An Evening with Steinway Artist Tatiana Balazs

Tatiana Balazs

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Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 7:30 PM
Steinway Hall - Plano 

You are cordially invited to join us for an evening with local Steinway Artist, Tatiana Balazs, performing a program of pieces inspired by love. The program will include works by Gershwin, Rachmaninov, Mendelssohn and others.

There is no charge for this performance. However, seating is limited.  For more information or to reserve your seats for the performance call (972) 403-1853 or RSVP Online.

 

Program

Prelude #1...............................  Gershwin
Prelude #2
Rhapsody in Blue....................... arrangement by Tatiana Balazs
Fiddle-Faddle............................ Leroy Andersen
Prelude #7
Prelude#8
Etudes-tableaux #12/
Red Riding Hood and a Wolf....... S. Rachmaninov
Caprice Viennese........................ F. Kreisler
Warsaw Concerto........................ by Richard Addinsel, Liberace version

Part 2

Fantasy-Impromptu...................... F. Chopin
Lieder ohne Worte #32.................. Mendelssohn
Pain of Love.................................. Rachmaninoff-Kreisler
Joy of Love.................................... Rachmaninoff-Kreisler
Impromptu #3............................... F. Schubert
Impromptu #2............................... F. Schubert
La Valse........................................ M. Ravel

 

About Tatiana Balazs, pianist

Tatiana Balazs came to the United States as the winner of the Lilli Kraus performance scholarship at Texas Christian University. She has participated in a number of competitions, including the Joanna Hodges International Competition, Walter Naumberg International Competition, the Louise McMahon International Music Competition, AMSA Competition, Crown Princess Sonja International Competition, Latvian National Competition, and the Tchaikovsky Regional Competition. Ms. Malazs has taught numerous Masters program classes throughout Europe and the U.S.A., including Indiana University, University of Texas, International Music Course in Spain, Long Beach University, Texas Wesleyan University, the Franz Liszt Academy, and the National conservatory of Music.

Balazs’ recordings include a unique unedited CD of Chopin 24 etudes, "Favorites," works of Chopin, Liszt, Ravel, and most recent recording, "A Little Something for Everybody,” which is a CD showing a great versatility of the artist performing a wide variety of music- classical, jazz, pop, country, gospel, boogie and Broadway.  

Besides recording and performing as a pianist, Tatiana Balazs also works as a model and actress in TV and film. For more information, visit her website, http://www.4tatiana.com.

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