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The 38th annual PianoTexas festival, running June 3-30, will celebrate the magic of French music with four weeks of events on the TCU campus. Presented by the TCU School of Music, PianoTexas will hold daily performances and master classes as well as three competitions, featuring talented pianists from across the U.S., Canada, China, Taiwan, Japan, Hungary, Australia and more. Members of the public are invited to attend all performances and master classes during PianoTexas to enjoy the artistry of piano music.

PianoTexas presents unique opportunities for students ages 6 to 18, young artists up to age 27, amateurs and teachers to learn and perform alongside world-renowned guest pianists. Some of this year’s distinguished guests, who will also perform solo, include Pascal Rogé, Philippe Bianconi, Rachel Cheung, Emile Naoumoff, and Vincent Larderet, all professional pianists with global reach.

The distinguished artists’ recitals will take place at 7:30 pm on the dates below; tickets for these performances are required and can be purchased online.

  • June 9: Pascal Rogé
  • June 11: TCU Chamber Music, featuring faculty members
  • June 15: Philippe Bianconi
  • June 16: Rachel Cheung
  • June 22: Emile Naoumoff
  • June 29: Vincent Larderet

For the complete schedule of events, visit the official site.

The 38th annual PianoTexas festival, running June 3-30, will celebrate the magic of French music with four weeks of events on the TCU campus. Presented by the TCU School of Music, PianoTexas will hold daily performances and master classes as well as three competitions, featuring talented pianists from across the U.S., Canada, China, Taiwan, Japan, Hungary, Australia and more. Members of the public are invited to attend all performances and master classes during PianoTexas to enjoy the artistry of piano music.

PianoTexas presents unique opportunities for students ages 6 to 18, young artists up to age 27, amateurs and teachers to learn and perform alongside world-renowned guest pianists. Some of this year’s distinguished guests, who will also perform solo, include Pascal Rogé, Philippe Bianconi, Rachel Cheung, Emile Naoumoff, and Vincent Larderet, all professional pianists with global reach.

The distinguished artists’ recitals will take place at 7:30 pm on the dates below; tickets for these performances are required and can be purchased online.

  • June 9: Pascal Rogé
  • June 11: TCU Chamber Music, featuring faculty members
  • June 15: Philippe Bianconi
  • June 16: Rachel Cheung
  • June 22: Emile Naoumoff
  • June 29: Vincent Larderet

For the complete schedule of events, visit the official site.

The 38th annual PianoTexas festival, running June 3-30, will celebrate the magic of French music with four weeks of events on the TCU campus. Presented by the TCU School of Music, PianoTexas will hold daily performances and master classes as well as three competitions, featuring talented pianists from across the U.S., Canada, China, Taiwan, Japan, Hungary, Australia and more. Members of the public are invited to attend all performances and master classes during PianoTexas to enjoy the artistry of piano music.

PianoTexas presents unique opportunities for students ages 6 to 18, young artists up to age 27, amateurs and teachers to learn and perform alongside world-renowned guest pianists. Some of this year’s distinguished guests, who will also perform solo, include Pascal Rogé, Philippe Bianconi, Rachel Cheung, Emile Naoumoff, and Vincent Larderet, all professional pianists with global reach.

The distinguished artists’ recitals will take place at 7:30 pm on the dates below; tickets for these performances are required and can be purchased online.

  • June 9: Pascal Rogé
  • June 11: TCU Chamber Music, featuring faculty members
  • June 15: Philippe Bianconi
  • June 16: Rachel Cheung
  • June 22: Emile Naoumoff
  • June 29: Vincent Larderet

For the complete schedule of events, visit the official site.

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WHERE

Texas Christian University
2800 S. University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129
https://finearts.tcu.edu/music/

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