Concerts

Apr. 27&28 || Budapest, HUNGARY 
Music Academy

Hungarian National Philharmonic 
Conductor: Yoav Talmi
Mendelssohn - Concerto no. 1 in g minor, Op. 25


May 1 || Spokane, WA
Fox Theater

Gonzaga Symphony 
Conductor: Kevin Hekmatpanah
Mendelssohn - Concerto no. 1 in g minor, Op. 25


May 6 || Montreal, CANADA
Desmarais Theatre
Chamber music concert with Andrew Wan, violin and Denis Brott, cello  
Program: Beethoven Violin sonata no. 5 "Spring"
Cello sonata no. 3
Trio Op. 70 no. 1 "Ghost"
                      
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RECENT  REVIEWS:

Saint Saens  Concerto no. 2 with the Virginia Symphony under JoAnn Falletta: "Heightened sense of lyricism, and masterful control. No pretense, just precision and perfection".  The Virginia Gazette, Mar. 2017 

Recital at Curtis Institute in Philadelphia: "Alon Goldstein is always searching for beauty and he nearly always finds it in no fewer than a dozen varieties." Philadelphia Inquirer, Aug. 2016

Recital at the "Distinguish Artists series" in Santa Cruz: "Pianist Alon Goldstein Strikes Gold Here Again. A favorite here already, 24 carat pianist."   Peninsula Reviews, Aug. 2016 


MUSIC @ MENLO, Live Masterclass:
Watch Alon Goldstein give a public masterclass at Music@Menlo chamber music festival in California. Recorded live, and featuring Stravinsky's Rite of Spring and Brahms' 3rd violin sonata   
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TWO NEW CD REVIEWS, March 2016
World Premiere Recording on Naxos of Mozart's Concerti nos. 20 and 21 arr. for piano and string quintet by Ignaz Lachner. "Goldstein is by turns a bold and ineffably sensitive player. His dynamics makes every phrase shapely" Fanfare magazine
"A rediscovery worth knowing. This version has fantastic pianist Alon Goldstein, showing his undeniable ability to join in perfect harmony" 
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