Included with paid museum admission or $7 concert only
Members who give $500+ annually receive 10% off concert tickets.
Join us for a morning of musical celebration featuring award-winning piano students performing memorable classics. Their professor, pianist Baruch Meir, has performed extensively in Austria, England, France, Israel, Portugal, and throughout the United States. A Bösendorfer Concert Artist since 2003, Meir is currently an artist/teacher professor of piano at Arizona State University. He maintains a class of outstanding pianists from all over the world who have won more than forty prizes and awards in various competitions within the past five years, including first place at the Young Concert Artists International Competition, the Schimmel Young Artist concerto and solo competitions, Music Teachers National Association (MTNA)–Arizona, ASU concerto competition, and the grand prize at the Phoenix Symphony Guild competition. Additionally, his students regularly participate in summer music festivals in the United States and other parts of the world, including in Aspen, Colorado; Adamant, Vermont; Brevard, North Carolina; New Paltz, New York; and Prague, Czech Republic, as well as at the Texas Christian University / Cliburn Piano Institute in Fort Worth, Texas; International Institute for Young Musicians (IIYM) in Lawrence, Kansas; Mannes College at the New School for Music in New York; Schlern International Music Festival (formerly held in Italy); and Tel Hai International Music Festival in Israel.