Saturday March 12, 2022
James Dick, Piano Recital
Piano playing at its keenest and most stirring conveyance
August to April Series
Festival Concert Hall
3:00 PM - 5:30 PM

James Dick Piano
James Dick, Piano

An afternoon of Solo Piano Virtuosity in the Festival Concert Hall

James Dick, Founder and Artistic Director of Round Top Festival Institute will perform on the Festival Concert Hall stage. He is hailed by audiences and connoisseurs as an outstanding artist able to enrapture listeners through the infinite colors he summons from the keyboard.

Adult $40. Student $10. Tickets are non-refundable. All sales final. Doors open one hour prior to the concert at 2 PM.

After the concert, spend an evening with James Dick and friends at an elegant reception and buffet dinner, starting at 5:30 PM in the Menke House Parlours. By advance reservation only. $60.00 plus tax per person. Purchase meals here or when you purchase your tickets over the phone.

Overnight accommodations are available on campus for this concert weekend.

Office/Information/Room Reservations: 979-249-3129


review - "What the best performances achieve is the opposite of interpretation; the musician becomes as close a thing to the composer as is possible. And that is what pianist James Dick achieved..." New York Classical Review, October 11, 2019

From his early years as prize winner of some of the world's most prestigious piano awards to his current successful career as an international guest artist, James Dick is well known to music lovers as a man of great talent, vision and class. His playing melds modern-day energy and technique with an Old World graciousness and civility, resulting in a passionate sound that keeps audiences engrossed. Biography


Concert Hall Location: 248 Jaster Rd, Round Top, TX 78954
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