ROCKLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PLANS SPECIAL EVENT TO MARK PIANIST’S 50 YEARS

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The 50th anniversary of pianist Mr. Ron Levy’s original debut with the Rockland Symphony Orchestra at age 14 will be celebrated next month. Dr. Marvin von Deck, Associate Conductor of the Symphony will be on the podium for this fabulous concert.

Mr. Levy, an internationally acclaimed pianist has been called “first class” by the N.Y. Times. He regularly appears in major venues, both as a soloist and in partnership with many of the world’s leading singers and instrumentalists.

Mr. Levy will be performing Edvard Grieg’s Piano Concerto, which won him (at age 14) the Rockland County Music Teacher’s Guild prize. In addition to the Grieg, he will be performing Beethoven’s “Triple Concerto” for piano, violin and cello. This is rarely performed as it is unusual to gather three first rate soloists to perform the solo parts.

Ron Levy with Robert Radliff: violinist (degree from the Peabody Conservatory – having played in Shanghai, China, the Kennedy Center & Carnegie Hall) and Ann Kim: cellist (currently plays with the Mostly Mozart Orchestra and the NY City Ballet Orchestra) are sure to “wow” you with their virtuosity. “We guarantee you will be awed! We hope you will be able to join us in this rather historic event,” orchestra promoter Jacquelyn Drechsler said.

Go to www.rocklandsymphonyorchestra.org for tickets and information.

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