Join us for an evening of music with Steinway Artist Jenny Lin featuring duo piano performances using a Spirio – Steinway’s high definition player piano – at Schmitt Music Denver on Saturday, March 24 at 5PM!
Steinway Artist Jenny Lin is one of today’s most respected young pianists. Her exciting stage presence and ability to combine classical and contemporary music have brought her to the attention of international critics and audiences. Her concerts have taken her to such iconic stages as Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall, to venues throughout Europe and the Far East, and to festivals and competitions throughout the world.
Seating is limited, so please let us know if you plan to attend. Call 303-777-1900 or email us at email@example.com to RSVP.
Watch to Jenny Lin perform her “Get Happy” Medley:
Jenny Lin is one of the most respected young pianists today, admired for her adventurous programming and charismatic stage presence. She has been acclaimed for her “remarkable technical command” and “a gift for melodic flow” by The New York Times. The Washington Post praises “Lin’s confident fingers… spectacular technique… “, “…surely one of the most interesting pianists in America right now…” and Gramophone Magazine has hailed her as “an exceptionally sensitive pianist”. Her orchestral engagements have included the American Symphony Orchestra, NDR and SWR German Radio orchestras, and Orchestra Sinfonica Nationale della RAI. Her concerts have taken her to Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Kennedy Center, MoMA, Stanford LIVE, and National Gallery of Art, appearing at Festivals such as Mostly Mozart, BAM’s Next Wave, Spoleto/USA, Kings Place London, Chopin Festival Austria, and Schleswig-Holstein Festival Germany.
Since 2000, Jenny’s discography includes more than 30 recordings on Steinway & Sons, Hänssler Classic, eOne, BIS, New World and Albany Records. She is also the central figure in “Cooking for Jenny” by Elemental Films, a musical documentary portraying her journey to Spain. Other media appearances include CBS Sunday Morning, NPR Performance Today, and “Speaking for Myself”, a film about Manhattan as seen through the eyes of eight contemporary artists by filmmaker Bert Shapiro. Born in Taiwan and raised in Austria, Jenny studied at the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna, the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore and the Fondazione Internazionale per il pianoforte in Como, Italy. She holds a bachelor’s degree in German literature from The Johns Hopkins University.
Highlights of the 2017/18 season include tours throughout North America, Europe, and Latin America; her debut in Lincoln Center’s Great Performers Series; and the release of Melody’s Mostly Musical Day, an illustrated album for children, piano music of Sergei Prokofiev and Kirill Zaborov, and the complete Piano Etudes of Philip Glass. Since 2014, she has joined Mr. Glass in his ongoing world tour of his Etudes. Jenny is a Steinway Artist. Learn more at www.jennylin.net.
Please also join us at 11AM on Saturday, March 24 for Jenny Lin’s performance of Melody’s Mostly Musical Day – CLICK HERE to learn more and to RSVP for this event!
We would like to reserve a two seats for the 5:00PM performance