Musical Masters: "Musical Storytelling" with Andrew Armstrong, Sun 2pm

Date: 28-Apr-2019


The Music Conservatory of Westchester in White Plains presents the third of four events in its new Musical Masters Lecture Series for adult music lovers.

Musical Storytelling: The Poetry Behind Piano Masterpieces

with Andrew Armstrong

Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 2PM  Purchase Tickets

The Conservatory invites adult music lovers to discover the stories behind the gorgeous compositions of Chopin, Debussy, Lizst, Mussorgsky, and more for “Musical Storytelling: The Poetry Behind Piano Masterpieces” with acclaimed concert pianist Andrew Armstrong.
A renowned solo pianist having performed at Caramoor, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and Warsaw’s National Philharmonic, Armstrong astounds audiences around the world with his passionate artistic expression.

In his presentation, audience members will compose musical stories in their minds while enjoying his superb piano performances of evocative works from such composers as Scriabin, Ravel, Mussorgsky, Aaron Jay Kernis, Liszt, Debussy, and Chopin. Armstrong encourages audiences to consider the following: What is the atmosphere, the mood, the setting? Who are the characters? Where is the conflict? Let the lyrical melodies, sumptuous harmonies, compelling rhythms, and refined proportions take you on an imaginative ride through Armstrong’s magnificent performances of classical masterpieces at this special event. View Bio