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Born and raised in Texas to a family of Polish musicians, pianist Adam Golka has won widespread critical and popular acclaim with his “brilliant technique and real emotional depth” (The Washington Post). A recipient of the Gilmore Young Artist Award and a fellowship from the American Pianists Association, he has performed with dozens of orchestras, from Seattle and Atlanta to BBC Scottish and Shanghai Philharmonic, and in recital at renowned venues and festivals. And he’s a North Texas favorite: he studied at TCU with his greatest musical influence, 1985 Cliburn Gold Medalist José Feghali, and has appeared with the Dallas and Fort Worth Symphony Orchestras and at the 2015 Cliburn Festival.

Born and raised in Texas to a family of Polish musicians, pianist Adam Golka has won widespread critical and popular acclaim with his “brilliant technique and real emotional depth” (The Washington Post). A recipient of the Gilmore Young Artist Award and a fellowship from the American Pianists Association, he has performed with dozens of orchestras, from Seattle and Atlanta to BBC Scottish and Shanghai Philharmonic, and in recital at renowned venues and festivals. And he’s a North Texas favorite: he studied at TCU with his greatest musical influence, 1985 Cliburn Gold Medalist José Feghali, and has appeared with the Dallas and Fort Worth Symphony Orchestras and at the 2015 Cliburn Festival.

Born and raised in Texas to a family of Polish musicians, pianist Adam Golka has won widespread critical and popular acclaim with his “brilliant technique and real emotional depth” (The Washington Post). A recipient of the Gilmore Young Artist Award and a fellowship from the American Pianists Association, he has performed with dozens of orchestras, from Seattle and Atlanta to BBC Scottish and Shanghai Philharmonic, and in recital at renowned venues and festivals. And he’s a North Texas favorite: he studied at TCU with his greatest musical influence, 1985 Cliburn Gold Medalist José Feghali, and has appeared with the Dallas and Fort Worth Symphony Orchestras and at the 2015 Cliburn Festival.

WHEN

WHERE

Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.cliburn.org/?performance=adam-golka-piano

TICKET INFO

$25–$85
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