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The Long Center for the Performing Arts has announced to stage a performance by the pianist Anton Nel. The musician will be taking the stage as part of his Anton Nel: All Beethoven show on January 10, 2014. The Austin Symphony Orchestra and Peter Bay are thrilled to perform with Anton Nel for a night at the venue. The venue strives to provide the audiences with the best artists along with top class services and facilities that encourage originality, promote collaboration and foster excellence. In this world-class venue, everyone is welcome as it does not diverse audiences to major, regional, local, international and national artists. This is mainly done as the center tries to enhance enjoyment and widen the appreciation of the cultural arts. Anton Nel will be performing Hill’s Concertino number one and two along with Hill’s Divertimento for Orchestra and piano. That same night, Austin Symphony will also perform some numbers and tunes of Grieg Peer. Gear towards the show to listen to some fine tunes brought especially for you by a great pianist of all time. Anton Nel tickets with affordable prices are your gateway to this fantastic night.
First prize winner of the Naumburg International Piano Competition at Carnegie Hall, Anton Nel enjoys a multifaceted and remarkable career that has taken him all over the world, including North, South America, Asia, South Africa and Europe. Following a promising debut with the C major Concerto of Beethoven, Anton received first prizes in every important competition in South Africa and heavily toured the nation becoming a famous TV and radio personality. He was then seen for the first time in France in 1982, where he started his European debut from.
Called “an uncommonly elegant pianist” by The New York Times, Anton Nel is an artist with such abilities that very few artists have. Anton is an acclaimed interpreter of Beethoven after performing the concerto cycle many times. Highlights of almost forty years long career of Anton Nel include performances with the symphonies of Chicago, Cleveland Orchestra, Seattle, San Franciso, London and Detroit among several others. Since his victory in the competition, Anton has kept a busy schedule divided between teaching and performing. Besides performing live around the world, Anton also serves as a music instructor at the University of Texas where he was appointed as Chamber Music in 2010. Before that Anton has spent some time as Regents Professor of Piano in 2000. Anton has an active portfolio of over hundred works for orchestra and piano. In addition to that, Anton has also performed all the solo recitals by Beethoven and much more. As recitalist Anton has made appearances at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Museum, Ambassador Auditorium and many more. Even with such tight routine and busy career, Anton appears to play as brilliantly as ever.
Not only has Anton performed as a solo act but he is highly known for collaborating with other acclaimed artists including Sarah Chang, with whom he embarked on an immensely successful Japan tour. Anton’s recordings include orchestra and piano work by Faure, Saint Saens and Frank, numerous chamber music recordings and four solo CDs.
Recently appearing on Seully Hall, Anton Nel brought an endearing blend of stylistic discernment and dazzling technique along with munificent poetry. Anton Nel tickets as always were one of the most sought-after as he announced his live performance. An acclaimed and extremely talented pianist, his music will sweep you off your feet. If you are a music lover then this event is a must attend for you. Enjoy watching an accomplished pianist running his fingers over the keys, creating heartfelt music.