Tuesday, December 13, 2022
7 PM – 9:30 PM EST
Join us for what is sure to be an extraordinary evening of music and conversation with Adi Neuhaus, an award-winning, Israeli-born artist who is a fifth-generation acclaimed concert pianist.
After the piano recital, there will be a dessert reception with time for discussion and meeting Mr. Neuhaus. This evening take will place at the Bohemian National Hall in the Czech Center in New York. Do not miss this chance to meet the internationally acclaimed concert pianist in a beautiful venue with artisanal food.
Adi Neuhaus is a descendent of legendary Russian pianists and pedagogues Heinrich and Stanislav Neuhaus. His great-grandfather, Heinrich Neuhaus, a professor at the Moscow Conservatory, taught some of the most important pianists of the twenty-first century, including Sviatoslav Richter, Emil Gilels, and Radu Lupu.
Adi Neuhaus has performed in major venues around the world as a soloist with orchestra and chamber music. He began his musical education at the age of five. His parents, both professional pianists, Ukrainian-born Irina and Russian-born Heinrich, taught him. Adi Neuhaus was a student of Lea Agmon at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and of Marian Ribicky at the École Normale de Musique in Paris. He currently studies with the renowned professor Klaus Hellwig at the Berlin University of the Arts.