Transcontinental musical journey

Date
Nov 1, 2023
5:30 PM | Bar opens
6:30 PM | Program
7:30 PM | Dinner
Location
skylight gallery
Admission
Open to Coffee House, Salmagundi members, and their guests
Eventbrite RSVP required
Program is FREE to attend
You will have the option of RSVP-ing for the event alone, or for both the event and dinner. A la carte dinner is paid separately (card only).
For any questions, please email Brittney at coffeehouseclub@hotmail.com

About the Event

Please join us for the next installment of our lively First Wednesdays musical event series, curated by Nancy Winston. This month, we’re delighted to feature pianist Jonathan Schwartz, who will take us on a musical journey through several continents, spanning the Baroque period up through the twentieth century—with a guest appearance by Kathleen Landis Bartos.

As always, the conversation and conviviality will continue over dinner downstairs after the program. We look forward to seeing you there!

About the Musician

Jonathan Schwartz has studied with world renowned artists Phillip Kawin at the Manhattan School of Music and David Dubal from the Juilliard School. Jonathan has performed solo and chamber music at diverse music festivals around the world. His performances have taken him to Italy, Russia and China. He was a finalist in the World Piano Pedagogy Most Wanted Competition in Phoenix, Arizona and finalist in the Five Towns College Piano Competition of Long Island. Jonathan’s early studies through high school were with New York, classical and jazz pianist, Kathleen Landis Bartos.

Jonathan has performed at Steinway Hall, the Juilliard School and the Saint Petersburg Conservatory. He recorded his first CD at age 14 which included Mozart, Gershwin and Khachaturian. Jonathan particularly loves the works of Alexander Scriabin and has performed for the Scriabin Society of America. He enjoys teaching piano to all ages and playing for private events. His other interests include aviation and he holds a private pilot’s license.

Hungry?

Ticketed guests are welcome to stay for dinner by indicating so in their Eventbrite RSVP.

There will be an a la carte menu to choose from. You can pay for your meal with a card or your membership account (no cash).

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