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Tue, Mar 22


Park City Community Church

World-Acclaimed Violist Paul Neubauer and Pianist Gloria Chien in Concert March 22

Violist Paul Neubauer and Pianist Gloria Chien will perform a full recital as part of the Beethoven Festival Chamber Music Series

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World-Acclaimed Violist Paul Neubauer and Pianist Gloria Chien in Concert March 22

Time & Location

Mar 22, 2022, 7:00 PM

Park City Community Church, 4501 UT-224, Park City, UT 84098, USA

About the event

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE ONLINE   Proof of Vaccination Required, Masks Required


Gaspar Cassadó Toccata in the Style of Frescobaldi for Viola and Piano (1925)

Alan Paul Sonata for Viola and Piano (1948)

Paul Hindemith Sonata for Viola and Piano, Op. 11, No. 4 (1919)

Frank Bridge Pensiero for Viola and Piano (1905)

Francis Casadesus Two Pieces for Viola and Piano (1947)

William Wolstenholme Allegretto for Viola and Piano (c. 1900)

William Wolstenholme Canzona for Viola and Piano (1893)

Mana-Zucca Hakinoh (Lament) for Viola and Piano, Op. 186 (1956)

Fritz Kreisler Berceuse romantique for Viola and Piano, Op. 9 (1916)

Fritz Kreisler La Précieuse (in the style of Couperin) for Viola and Piano (1910)

Arthur Benjamin Four Jamaican Pieces for Viola and Piano (1938-44)

Covid - Protocol: By purchasing a ticket to attend this event, you agree to follow the following requirements when you attend this concert.  All audience members are required to wear properly protective face masks the entire time you are in the building. All attendees will also be required to provide proof of full vaccination in order to enter the building.  


Please purchase your tickets in advance, if possible. Seating is limited so we cannot guarantee tickets will still be available at the door prior to the concert. Tickets are general admission and seating will be spaced - $35 per person.

The Park City Community Church Sanctuary is a medium-sized space. If you are feeling ill, do not attend this concert. 

About this concert's Performing Artists:


Violist Paul Neubauer's exceptional musicality and effortless playing led the New York Times to call him “a master musician.” He recently made his Chicago Symphony subscription debut with conductor Riccardo Muti and his Mariinsky Orchestra debut with conductor Valery Gergiev. He also gave the U.S. Premiere of the newly discovered Impromptu for viola and piano by Shostakovich with pianist Wu Han. In addition, his recording of the Aaron Kernis Viola Concerto with the Royal Northern Sinfonia, was released on Signum Records and his recording of the complete viola and piano music by Ernest Bloch with pianist Margo Garrett was released on Delos. Appointed principal violist of the New York Philharmonic at age 21, he has appeared as soloist with over 100 orchestras including the New York, Los Angeles, and Helsinki philharmonics; National, St. Louis, Detroit, Dallas, San Francisco, and Bournemouth symphonies; and Santa Cecilia, English Chamber, and Beethovenhalle orchestras. He has premiered viola concertos by Bartók (revised version of the Viola Concerto), Friedman, Glière, Jacob, Kernis, Lazarof, Müller-Siemens, Ott, Penderecki, Picker, Suter, and Tower and has been featured on CBS's Sunday Morning, A Prairie Home Companion, and in Strad, Strings, and People magazines. A two-time Grammy nominee, he has recorded on numerous labels including Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, RCA Red Seal, and Sony Classical. Mr. Neubauer is the artistic director of the Mostly Music series in New Jersey and is on the faculty of The Juilliard School and Mannes College.


Taiwanese-born pianist Gloria Chien has a diverse musical life as a noted performer, concert presenter, and educator. She was selected by the Boston Globe as one of its Superior Pianists of the year. She made her orchestral debut at the age of 16 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Thomas Dausgaard, and performed again with the BSO with Keith Lockhart. In recent seasons she has performed as a recitalist and chamber musician at Alice Tully Hall, the Library of Congress, the Phillips Collection, the Kissinger Sommer festival, the Dresden Chamber Music Festival, and the National Concert Hall in Taiwan. She performs frequently with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and is an alum of CMS’s Bowers Program. In 2009 she launched String Theory, a chamber music series at the Hunter Museum of American Art in downtown Chattanooga that has become one of Tennessee's premier classical music presenters. The following year she was appointed Director of the Chamber Music Institute at the Music@Menlo festival, a post she held for the next decade. In 2017, she joined her husband, violinist Soovin Kim, as Co-Artistic Director of the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival in Burlington, Vermont. The duo serves as the new Artistic Directors at Chamber Music Northwest in Portland, OR. Chien received her bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music as a student of Russell Sherman and Wha-Kyung Byun. She is an artist-in-residence at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee and is a Steinway Artist.

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