As part of our COVID-19 response, we are fully committed to bringing together our extremely talented community to celebrate music. No matter the times, music brings people together and provides hope. Our treasured artists may be unable to deliver their music to the masses, therefore we bring you live streaming concerts, right to your living room. Come, support whatever you can and most importantly - enjoy the music.
Park Avenue Pianos Musician Relief Concerts
Live Feed - Friday Nights from 9-9:30pm EST
All proceeds from this livestream will go to Phoebe's desired organization - International OCD Foundation based in Boston, MA, who provide vital support to individuals living with OCD and OCD-related disorders.
Phoebe Robertson July 31st 8PM EDT
Praised for her “superb” orchestral leadership by Le Devoir (Montreal), she has led the flute sections of the Orchestra of the Americas, the National Youth Orchestra of Canada, and the European Union Youth Orchestra in tours throughout North America and Europe. Her appearances as a concerto soloist have included performances with the National Arts Centre Orchestra and the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic.
Raised on Canada’s East Coast, Phoebe holds a Master of Music degree from Carnegie Mellon University (studying with Lorna McGhee) and a Bachelor of Music degree summa cum laude from the University of Ottawa (studying with Camille Churchfield). Since September 2019, she has been a candidate for the degree of Doctor of Musical Arts at the Manhattan School of Music, studying under Linda Chesis and Robert Langevin. Her studies are generously supported by the Sylva Gelber Music Foundation.
Library Of Live Feed Concerts
Previously Recorded Park Avenue Pianos Musician Relief Concerts
Sophiko Simsive June 20th 12PM EST
Sophiko Simsive, piano (Tbilisi, Georgia), has won numerous awards and accolades including first prize at Yamaha Piano Competition in Amsterdam, first prize at the Music Academy of the West and she has become the winner of the Concerto Competition at Yale School of Music as well as Manhattan School of Music. Sophiko is represented by Interartists Amsterdam Management and is currently pursuing her doctoral degree at the Manhattan School of Music with Dr. Solomon Mikowsky.
Geoffrey Ladue June 5th 9PM EST
Geoffrey Ladue is an 18-year-old graduate of Lafayette High School. He has earned many accolades as both a concert pianist and trombonist, including the gold prize of the St. Louis Young Artist Piano Competition and a three-year member of the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra.
Purdue Univeristy - Purdue Bands & Orchestra serves as the “Heartbeat of the University” and encourages a lifelong journey with music.
Nan-Cheng Chen May 22nd 9PM EST
Cellist Nan-Cheng Chen’s performance was recently described as “personable and smile-inducing” and “fine playing” by Washington Post and “Beautiful Tone” by New York Concert Reviews. For more information, please visit NatePlaysCello on Instagram or https://www.facebook.com/
Annabel & Harriet Gensler May 15th 9PM EST
Fourteen-year-old pianists Annabel and Harriet Gensler have been playing the piano for 8 years, and are currently studying piano with Professor Hans Boepple. They hold titles in various piano competitions including Outstanding Gold Medalists at the United States Open Music Competition.
The Bill Wilson Center is a charitable organization in Santa Clara County, California, whose mission is to help more than 4,100 homeless youth and families.
Helen Sung May 8th 8pm EST
Winner of the Kennedy Center's Mary Lou Williams Jazz Piano Competition and inaugural jazz artist-in-residence at Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute, Houston-born pianist/composer Helen Sung pursued classical studies before graduating from the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance. Helen was named a Steinway Artist in April 2020. http://www.helensung.com
Alejandro Vela May 1st 8PM EST
Pianist Alejandro Vela has performed in recital and with well-known orchestras around the world. He attended Juilliard, earning both Bachelor's and Master's degrees under Yoheved Kaplinsky. He's also presented solo recitals in many locations, from Finland to Taiwan; appeared on television and radio in such diverse places as Japan, Canada, and Romania; and with orchestras such as the Chicago Symphony. https://www.facebook.com/alejandrovela
Bryan Reeder is a pianist and composer working in jazz, classical, and contemporary musics. He performs regularly in New York City, as well as throughout the US and abroad. Reeder has released a number of albums, recorded music for film, and performed as a band leader.
For more information and collaboration, please visit Eganam's website: https://www.bryanreeder.com
In the 2019–20 season pianist Steven Beck performs Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals with the New York Philharmonic, and Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Steven Beck’s discography includes Lieberson’s Piano Concerto No. 3 (for Bridge Records) and Carter’s Double Concerto (Albany Records). He is a Steinway Artist.
Eganam “ÉGO” Segbefia
Eganam “ÉGO” Segbefia got a humble start busking at the Grand Central Shuttle train station in 2015, and since then, has performed at notable venues across New York City such as The Greene Space, Cathedral of St. John The Divine, and the much-revered Carnegie Hall.
French-American cellist Georgia Bourderionnet has performed across the USA and France as well as in Germany, Canada, and South Korea. An enthusiastic performer of contemporary music, Ms. Bourderionnet has premiered a multitude of chamber works as a contemporary ensemble fellow of the Atlantic Music Festival and a member of Eastman’s Musica Nova and OSSIA ensembles.