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In celebration of Steinway’s 160th anniversary, join us for a special presentation of “The Secrets of Steinway” as well as a special performance by distinguished classical and sacred pianist of the famous duo Nielson & Young — STEPHEN NIELSON.
Distinguished in both classical and sacred music, Stephen Nielson is widely regarded as one of the distinctive artists of our time.
His concertizing has taken him to such cities as Hong Kong, Bogotá, Freiburg, Copenhagen, Berlin, London, Vienna, Brussels, Tokyo, Frankfurt, Prague, Salzburg, Jerusalem and Chennai, India, to name a few. He has toured major artistic centers in Russia, the Baltics, Japan and Switzerland, and is an Ambassador of Culture for the World Cultural Alliance. His North American solo and chamber music itinerary for more than a quarter century numbers concerts in the hundreds, from Los Angeles to Boston, Seattle to Naples, Detroit to Mexico City, Miami to Winnipeg and Toronto, Chicago to Dallas.
Hailing a performance in Germany, the Berlin Morgenpost said, “Highly sensitive, articulate artistry,” while Brussels’ Le Soir exclaimed, “Exciting and masterful playing.” His discography includes recordings of the classical repertoire, music for piano and cello, and hymn tunes in the classical style. His writing achievements appear in the catalogues of several American publishers.
Since 1971 he has been one-half of Nielson & Young, one of the most acclaimed duo-piano teams of our time. Messrs. Nielson and Young display a breadth of repertoire and performance venues virtually without comparison – concert halls, college campuses, festivals, cruise ships and countless churches.
Stephen Nielson and his wife Carolyne reside in Dallas and are the proud parents of daughters Christiana (Associate Editor, American Airlines Publishing) and Caroline (Belmont University vocal performance major – Class of 2015).
Stephen Nielson is a Steinway Artist
________________________________________________________ Steinway & Sons, founded by Henry Engelhard Steinway in 1853, developed the modern piano with revolutionary designs and 127 patented inventions. Our special presentation of “The Secrets of Steinway” will show you everything about the innovative designs, attention to detail, and craftsmanship, which have established Steinway pianos as the world’s finest. We’ll also talk about the illustrious history of Steinway & Sons, which dates back to March 5, 1853 when the company was officially formed.
Steinway Piano Gallery
4285 Sidco Dr. Nashville, TN 37204