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Ann and Ron's April Flowers Afternoon Piano Concert
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Ann and Ron's April Flowers Afternoon Piano Concert

Glen Park

Sun, April 28, 2024 2:00 PM, PDT

Pay the musicians
1 of 14 spots still available
Vaccine and testing policy
BOTH vaccination AND negative COVID test required
Vaccine policy
COVID vaccination with booster required (honor system)
Testing policy
Negative COVID test required (48 hours)
This is an indoor event
Mask policy
Masks are not required
If you feel sick, stay home
Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
Non-alcoholic drinks provided
Age limit
All guests must be 21
Cats live here
Wheelchair access
Not wheelchair accessible
General accessibility details

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A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Ann G. (she/her)

Welcome to our Glen Park home for a relaxing and inspirational spring concert by an amazing pianist and creative artist originally from Hong Kong, Tin Yi Chelsea Wong. We were so happy recently to meet her, introduce our warm-toned Steinway M "The Duchess," and hear her play one of the romantic compositions ("Le Tombeau de Couperin" by Ravel) from her proposed program. She's a Masters level 2018 graduate of the San Francisco Conservative of Music and a popular and busy local piano teacher and concert performer of both modern and traditional classical music. Of particular note in her tentative program which includes a Brahms-Bach Chaconne for LH and a Liszt Ballade, is one of Ann's all-time favorite compositions, the gorgeous "Widmung" by R. Schumann, written as a present for his talented pianist wife, Clara. Chelsea told us that she first heard the piece in Salzburg in one of her professor’s masterclasses, and that "hearing her teach this piece brought me to tears and I’ve lived with the piece for 7 years now." Chelsea loves to talk about the history and special features of each piece, and will join us for light refreshments and to answer questions afterwards. We hope to see you soon. Think spring, wear a flower in your hair or lapel if you dare, and join us! (N.B. all guests will have a seat; we have three senior cats who live with us but they will be confined upstairs and our performance and refreshment rooms will be appropriately well cleaned).

What's the music?

Bach/Brahms - Chaconne in D minor for Left Hand
Liszt Ballade No.2 in B Minor
Ravel - Le Tombeau de Couperin
Schumann/Liszt - Widmung


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