A PRELUDE CONCERT with
Thursday, May 31, 2018
Helen Bader Recital Hall, Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
1584 N. Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee
PianoArts 2016 first place prize winner, Aristo Sham, returns to Milwaukee to set the stage for the 2018 competition. Since his winning performance with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Aristo has presented seven programs in the Milwaukee area, each time for a growing audience. His all-new festival program is not to be missed. See the Prelude Concert program here.
The general public is invited and tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students and can be purchased here.
Born in Hong Kong, Aristo was first introduced to the piano at the age of three and joined the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts when he was six. He was a student at Harrow School in the United Kingdom and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and French, and a Master of Music in Piano Performance as a joint program at Harvard University and New England Conservatory.
PianoArts presents programs that strive to bring classical music to the widest possible audience and to ensure the place of classical music into the future. This year the biennial North American Piano Competition & Music Festival is May 30 through June 5. A challenging piano competition for pianists of any nationality, ages 16 through 21, it has an equal emphasis on offering support to young musicians as they continue their education, give performances, develop programs, and build careers. Read more about the event and see the full schedule here.