Event Type: Concert: Piano Quartets
Event Date: 11-11-12 at 3 P.M.
Location: Mount Vernon Music Hall
402 Leftwich St. at Yates
Mount Vernon, Texas 75457
Contact: Mark Miller at 903-563-3780 or
With a performance in the New Year by pianist Steven Harlos, Mount Vernon Music invites the public to an event of both historical and musical significance. On Saturday, January 5 at 7:30 P.M. in Mount Vernon Music Hall, Steven Harlos will perform the exact program from the final 1939 concert tour by Polish statesman and pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski, including selections by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, and Wagner.
Tickets are $10 for MVM members, $15 for non-members, and $5 for college students with valid ID. Children's admission through high school is free. (8th grade and younger must be accompanied by an adult ticketholder.) Memberships in MVM start at $25 and are good for the entire season from June 1 through May 31. For more information call Mount Vernon Music at 903-563-3780, or visit www.mountvernonmusic.org.
Tickets are $10 for MVM members, $15 for non-members, and $5 for college students with valid ID. Children’s admission through high school is free (8th grade and younger must be accompanied by an adult ticketholder). Memberships in MVM start at $25 and are good for the entire season from June 1 through May 31. For more information call Mount Vernon Music at 903-563-3780, or visit www.mountvernonmusic.org.
Mount Vernon Music is a 501(c)(3) organization formed in 2006 to further the performance of classical and other fine music in rural East Texas. For more information on the mission and concert schedule of Mount Vernon Music, and about historic Mount Vernon Music Hall, please visit www.mountvernonmusic.org.
Steven Harlos made his solo debut at Lincoln Center in 1986, performing the Gershwin Concerto in F. Known for his sensitivity as an collaborative artist, he has performed with many artists of international stature, including Timofei Dokshutzer, Harvey Phillips, Erick Friedman, and Gervase de Peyer. He holds degrees from Indiana University, The University of Western Ontario and the University of Southern California. As a jazz pianist, he assisted Dick Hyman in the first performances of the jazz ballet “Piano Man” with the Cleveland Ballet, and subsequently performed the work both with the Cleveland and the San Jose Ballet. He also performed Mr. Hyman’s ballet “The Bum’s Rush”, with the American Ballet Theater at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. His compositions have been published by Southern Music Company and Woodwindiana. An active musician in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, he currently serves as Pops Keyboardist for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and as Chair of the Division of Keyboard Studies at the University of North Texas in Denton, where he has taught since 1982.