Program

Kristin Hauge '18

Rachmaninoff: Prelude in D Major Op. 23, No.4

Gloria Yin '18

Debussy: Feux d'artifice, from Préludes, Book II

Seho Young '19

Mozart: Sonata in F major K. 332

John Gibson '19

Chopin: Polonaise-fantaisie in A-flat major, Op. 61

David Nie '19 & Alicia Wang '19

Schubert: Fantasy in F minor, D.940

Event Info

Renowned pianist Orli Shaham works with talented Princeton University piano students in a workshop free and open to all. 

Sponsored by the Melissa Ko/Douglas Hahn Fund for Musical Instruction, coordinated by Donna Weng Friedman '80. 

About the Artist:

A consummate musician recognized for her grace, subtlety and vitality, Orli Shaham has established an impressive international reputation as one of today's most gifted pianists. Hailed by critics on four continents, Ms. Shaham is in demand for her prodigious skills and admired for her interpretations of both standard and modern repertoire. The Chicago Tribune recently referred to her as “a first-rate Mozartean,” London's Guardian said Ms. Shaham's playing at the Proms was "perfection."

Orli Shaham has performed with major orchestras including the Los Angeles Philharmonic; Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, and Philadelphia Symphony Orchestras; and internationally with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Filarmonica della Scala, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, and Orchestre National de France among many others.

Concerto highlights of the 2017/18 season include performances with the Indianapolis Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Nashville Symphony, Santa Rosa Symphony, and Orlando Philharmonic among others. Ms. Shaham continues to serve as the Artistic Director for Pacific Symphony’s chamber music series in Costa Mesa, California, a position she has held since 2007. She is a featured performer on each of the chamber recitals in the series. In addition, Ms. Shaham serves as the Artistic Director for the interactive children's concert series, Baby Got Bach, which she founded in 2010.

Ms. Shaham’s acclaimed 2015 recording, Brahms Inspired, is a 2-CD set of new works by Brett Dean, Avner Dorman, and Bruce Adolphe alongside works of Brahms and his compositional forefathers. The New York Times praised Ms. Shaham's "beautiful performances" on the recording, calling it "a treasurable album."

Orli Shaham has been a Steinway Artist since 2003.