Photo by Simon Fowler

As a child prodigy, American pianist George Li made his recital debut in Boston’s Steinway Hall and, in 2011, performed for President Obama in an evening honoring German Chancellor Angela Merkel. He has since emerged as a formidable pianist, rapidly establishing a major international career across three continents after his sensational 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition silver medal win.

Also recipient of the 2016 Avery Fisher Career Grant, 2012 Gilmore Young Artist Award, and 2010 Young Concert Artists first prize, the pianist returns to Fort Worth to play a traditional recital at the Kimbell on March 31and a shorter, more casual concert at the Post on April 1.

As a child prodigy, American pianist George Li made his recital debut in Boston’s Steinway Hall and, in 2011, performed for President Obama in an evening honoring German Chancellor Angela Merkel. He has since emerged as a formidable pianist, rapidly establishing a major international career across three continents after his sensational 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition silver medal win.

Also recipient of the 2016 Avery Fisher Career Grant, 2012 Gilmore Young Artist Award, and 2010 Young Concert Artists first prize, the pianist returns to Fort Worth to play a traditional recital at the Kimbell on March 31and a shorter, more casual concert at the Post on April 1.

As a child prodigy, American pianist George Li made his recital debut in Boston’s Steinway Hall and, in 2011, performed for President Obama in an evening honoring German Chancellor Angela Merkel. He has since emerged as a formidable pianist, rapidly establishing a major international career across three continents after his sensational 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition silver medal win.

Also recipient of the 2016 Avery Fisher Career Grant, 2012 Gilmore Young Artist Award, and 2010 Young Concert Artists first prize, the pianist returns to Fort Worth to play a traditional recital at the Kimbell on March 31and a shorter, more casual concert at the Post on April 1.

WHEN

WHERE

The Post at River East
2925 Race St.
Fort Worth, TX 76111
https://cliburn.org/concerts/

TICKET INFO

$25-$75
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