Simone Dinnerstein | Chandler Music Hall | Music | Seven Days | Vermont's Independent Voice


Simone Dinnerstein

When: Sat., Dec. 5, 7:30 p.m. 2015

She has tickled the ivories on stages around the world, but pianist Simone Dinnerstein calls Randolph’s Chandler Music Hall “exactly the perfect atmosphere for making music.” Since self-releasing an album of Bach’s Goldberg Variations in 2007, Brooklyn-based Dinnerstein has topped the Billboard classical chart and has been lauded as “a poet at the piano” and “a blessing for music” by friend and composer Philip Lasser. The award-winning instrumentalist returns to the Chandler this Saturday, paying homage to classical giants Schumann, Bach and Schubert, while looking toward the future of the genre with a new work by Lasser.

Price: $10-40.

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