Cliburn in the Community provides the experience of live classical music performance for free to a broad audience through partnerships with vibrant venues and organizations throughout the Fort Worth area. The program brings in young, emerging artists for weeklong residencies to include performances and other community engagement opportunities.

“The Cliburn’s mission is to spread excellent classical music with the largest audience possible, across cultural and economic boundaries,” said Jacques Marquis, Cliburn president and CEO. “And our dual mandate is the encouragement of excellent music and new artists. With Cliburn in the Community, we are able to answer both by presenting extraordinary young pianists in performances at places easily accessible to the public at large.”

 

2018–2019 CLIBURN IN THE COMMUNITY SCHEDULE

December 6–11, 2018  •  Rachel Cheung (2017 finalist and audience award winner)

Additionally, Ms. Cheung will give private performances for Brighter Outlook, The Stayton at Museum Way, and Keller ISD, as well as for Sixty & Better, Inc., at the Casa Activity Center. She will also perform a special concert at University Baptist Church for children with special needs and their friends and family, through cooperation with several area non-profits.

 

April 29–May 3, 2019  •  Leonardo Pierdomenico (2017 semifinalist and jury discretionary award winner) •  Schedule to be announced spring 2019

 

Non-profit organizations interested in partnering with Cliburn in the Community to bring a concert to their constituents should contact Sandra Doan at sdoan@cliburn.org.

 

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