Las Vegas Philharmonic presents John Browning

Feb 26, 2002 6:25 AM

The Las Vegas Philharmonic will be joined by pianist, John Browning in a moving performance of Beethoven’s sensational Piano Concerto No. 5 (Emperor) on Saturday at 8 pm. in UNLV’s Artemus Ham Concert Hall. Under Music Director Harold Weller, the program will also feature Mozart’s Symphony #41 (Jupiter) and Schumann’s Konzerstuck for French Horns and Orchestra.

Pianist, John Browning is hailed as a foremost compelling virtuoso pianist and has earned a distinguished reputation for his exceptional interpretative gifts, technical mastery of keyboard color, sonority and deep commitment to music. Now in his fifth decade of an illustrious international career, he has become an American luminary of musical greatness, impressing audiences and critics with his passion, integrity and probing musical imagination.

Mr. Browning has appeared in virtually every music capital of the world, amassing accolades for his solo recitals, concert appearances and recordings.

Tickets for this event are available by calling (702) 895-ARTS.