Jazz@thePalmer Welcomes Pianist Arthur Goldstein
Music history professor Arthur Goldstein will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Septembr 28 at The Palmer Museum of Art as a part of the Jazz@thePalmer concert series.
In its sixth year, Jazz@thePalmer presents free evening concerts in the Palmer Museum’s Lipcon Auditorium. The concert is free, but interested attendees should pre-register online. Each attendee can reserve up to four tickets.
Goldstein has been described as “an extraordinary versatile performer.” His repertoire ranges from classical to modern jazz pieces, which he will showcase Thursday evening. Goldstein has performed throughout various major venues worldwide as a chamber and jazz musician.
Following Goldstein’s performance, the Jazz@thePalmer series will continue with two more concerts throughout the semester. A jazz ensemble from the School of Music will perform Thursday, October 26, and the Penn State Faculty Jazz Combo will close out the series Thursday, November 16.
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