On Sunday, May 17, Music on Park Avenue with Per Tengstrand at Scandinavia House returns in a special online edition! At 1 PM (EST), the acclaimed Swedish pianist joins us for a live Premiere event on YouTube, with a video interview and performance. The event will begin with a discussion with Tengstrand on this past season’s series on The Beethoven Concerti, followed by the premiere of a recent Music on Park Avenue performance at Scandinavia House with Princeton chamber music group Opus 21: “Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58, First Movement.”
Per Tengstrand will be online during the Premiere to respond to questions and comments from viewers. Join us for this special musical event!
Following the event, the full video will be available to stream on YouTube.
ABOUT PER TENGSTRAND
Per Tengstrand has firmly established himself as one of today’s most exciting pianists. He has been described by The Washington Post as “technically resplendent, powerful, intuitively secure,” and by The New York Times as “a superb Swedish pianist” whose recital “was rewarding, both for its unusual programming and for his eloquent, technically polished performances.”
Tengstrand is the subject of the acclaimed Swedish documentary The Soloist, directed by Magnus Gertten and Stefan Berg (Sweden, 2003), which was featured at the International Festival of Cinema and Technology in New York. In 2005 he was decorated by King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden with the “Litteris et Artibus” Medal for outstanding service to the arts.