Jeffrey Siegel - Three Great "B"s - Beethoven, Bach and Bartok!

Jeffrey Siegel at Arvada Center

Siegel interprets Beethoven's ardent Opus 78 Sonata (dedicated to a special woman in his life) as well as his stunning Variations on God Save the Kings, Bartók's zesty Romanian Dances, and two beloved Preludes from Bach's famous Well Tempered Clavier

Main Stage Theater
February 18, 2015
7:30 p.m. 
See the Best $34/Hear the Best $29        

Program subject to change.

See the Best
keyboard side, $34

Hear the Best
great sound side, $29





Jeffrey Siegel Keyboard Conversations ® 27th Season at the Arvada Center is sponsored by Jack and Winnie Moritz 


What is a Keyboard Conversation® ?

Keyboard Conversations® are concerts with lively commentary with brief, captivating remarks that introduce dynamic performances of piano masterpieces.  They conclude with a brisk question and answer session and all questions are welcome!

Keyboard Conversations® attract avid music lovers who want a more meaningful listening experience - and newcomers looking for inviting, instant access to the joys of great music.

Keyboard Conversations® span more than 100 different titles. The repertoire can range from well-known chestnuts, such as Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata or Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue , to rarer gems, such as Leonard Bernstein's unpublished Meditation on a Wedding.

Internationally acclaimed pianist JEFFREY SIEGEL has been soloist with the world's great orchestras. Abroad, these have included the Berlin Philharmonic, London Symphony, Philharmonic and Philharmonia, Moscow State Symphony, Munich's Bayerischer Rundfunk, the Amsterdam, Oslo and Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestras, Orchestra of La Scala and NHK Symphony of Japan.

In the United States, engagements have included the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra and Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

In addition to his solo appearances, Jeffrey Siegel presents KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS®, a brilliantly polished concert-with-commentary format in which lively, captivating remarks precede virtuoso performances of piano masterpieces. The concert concludes with a fast-paced Q & A.

Hear an excerpt of a Keyboard Conversation® about the origin of the infamous Für Elise from Beethoven