Tuesday, December 02, 2014

Scary pianistics: highly-tuned young performers from across the globe arrive at Centenary College for the Wideman Piano Competition Fri, Dec 5 - Sun, Dec 7

Wideman Piano Competition bronze medalist

"The best young pianists from 12 countries and 14 states fly to Shreveport for the 64th Wideman International Piano Competition," says Lester Senter Wilson.

"We are expecting contestants from such schools as Boston University, Cleveland Institute of Music, The Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music, Royal College of Music (London), Royal Conservatory (Montreal), and Yale to name a few," added Wilson.

Preliminary performances in Anderson Auditorium are free and open to the public. The final competition, Sun, Dec 7, is free for students and $10 per person for the public. More info.

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