»Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegel

Jeffrey Siegel, pianoPresidential Fellow Jeffrey Siegel returns as “Guest Artist in Recital” for a two concert performance of his celebrated concert series, KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS®.

Following an overwhelming audience response to his President’s Piano Series, internationally acclaimed pianist, Jeffrey Siegel, was honored by President James L. Doti with the distinction of Presidential Fellow of Chapman University.  Presidential Fellow Jeffrey Siegel returns as “Guest Artist in Recital” for a two concert performance of  his celebrated concert series, KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS®; a brilliantly polished concert-with-commentary format in which lively, captivating remarks precede virtuoso performances of piano masterpieces.

KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS® were inspired by Leonard Bernstein's celebrated programs that made the joy of music accessible to audiences of all ages.  To that format, Jeffrey Siegel has added his own unique blend of extraordinary musicianship, knowledge and engaging humor.  As the Los Angeles Times notes, "Jeffrey Siegel has everything; massive technique, musical sensitivity and character, wide tonal resources, immense reserves of power, and the ability to communicate."

These concerts are presented as part of a "Subscription Series." Additionally, single tickets are also available - $35 general admission; $20 senior citizens, alumni, non-Chapman students and Chapman community.

Both concerts take place at 7:30pm in Salmon Recital Hall located on the Chapman University campus in Orange, CA.

  • SEPTEMBER 11, 2014 @ 7:30pm - THE ROMANTIC MUSIC OF CHOPIN
    • Explore heroic Polonaises, dreamy Nocturnes, vivacious Waltzes, and the mystery behind one of Chopin’s most beloved and familiar works, the Fantasy ImpromptuBUY SINGLE TICKETS
  • SEPTEMBER 18, 2014 @ 7:30pm - THE POWER AND PASSION OF BEETHOVEN
    • This concert includes some of the composer's well-known pieces with interesting stories about their origins and musical ingredients in The Rage over a Lost Penny, the Moonlight Sonata, and the Farewell Sonata.  Discover who was leaving and why was Beethoven so deeply affected.  BUY SINGLE TICKETS
  • SEPTEMBER 11 and 18, 2014 - TWO-CONCERT SUBSCRIPTION SERIES
    • The $50 series subscription includes admission to both Keyboard Conversations performances and preferred reserved event seating. BUY PACKAGE TICKETS

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