One of two programmes by internationally acclaimed pianist Sarah Grunstein
Praised by The New York Times for her” penetrating musical intelligence”, internationally acclaimed Australian pianist Sarah Grunstein has performed in the United States, Austria, Hungary, Italy, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and her homeland. Reviews have likened her performances to those of Dame Myra Hess, Harold Samuel, and Wanda Landowska.
A sought-after pianist and educator who trained at the Sydney Conservatorium and The Juilliard School, she is fervent about historic pianos and Bach improvisation. Inspired by historical performance interpretations, Sarah Grunstein has taught at The Juilliard School (Teaching Fellow), the Manhattan School of Music, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, and the City University of New York.
Sarah Grunstein returns to the Utzon Room on Sunday 3 November to perform Beethoven, Chopin, and Debussy’s ‘Estampes’.
Passionate about embracing her listeners, both Sarah Grunstein's Sydney Opera House recitals include her pre-concert talks.
Presented by Sarah Grunstein