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World renowned concert pianist, Valerie Tryon will open The Trust Performing Arts Center 16-17 Season on Thursday evening, October 6th at 7:30 PM. Joining her will be local pianists, Kendra Bigley, Christopher Shih, and Paul Thorlakson. Enjoy an evening of music by Chopin, Stravinksy, and Debussy in this memorable black tie (optional) Piano Gala.
Over the course of Tryon’s extraordinary career she has become renowned for what Harold Schonberg of the New York Times described as ‘A Dream Technique’. Born in England, Tryon was the youngest student to be admitted to the Royal Academy of Music. Continuing to travel internationally, Valerie Tryon is active as a concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, accompanist and adjudicator. In addition to being a Fellow of the Royal Academy, Tryon has also been a winner of the Juno Award and the Franz Liszt Medal from the Hungarian Ministry of Culture for her lifelong commitment to and promotion of Liszt’s music.
Join us for an evening of dynamic collaboration and incredible musicianship. A dessert reception will follow. Tickets are $25, $12.50 for Students with ID. Group, senior, and veteran discounts are available. For tickets and more information, visit www.lancastertrust.com or call (717) 208-7835. The Piano Gala will serve as one of the several inaugural events for Lancaster Bible College’s Charles Frey Academic Center.
About The Trust Performing Arts Center
The Trust Performing Arts Center exists to honor God by encouraging excellence in the work of student and professional artists and by enriching our community through inspiring, challenging, and redemptive experiences. The center was established in 2013 in the architecturally stunning, historic downtown building that was originally home to the Lancaster Trust Company. The Trust Performing Arts Center is as a subsidiary of Lancaster Bible College.