Breaking News: Angela Hewitt to replace Hélène Grimaud on September 21st

Shriver Hall Concert Series (SHCS) regretfully announces that Hélène Grimaud has withdrawn from her September 21st concert due to a stress injury to her finger.  Rather than compromise her performance and to ensure the fastest recovery, she has been advised to suspend playing for the time being.  Replacing Ms. Grimaud on this date will be the incomparable pianist and Series favorite Angela Hewitt, a master interpreter of J.S. Bach’s keyboard music.  In advance of the much-anticipated release of her recording of Bach’s The Art of Fugue for Hyperion, Hewitt will perform the complete work at Shriver Hall.  This will be Hewitt’s only U.S. concert this season featuring this compelling work and this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that really shouldn't be missed. Purchase your tickets today! 

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The members of Europa Galante pose for a picture with SHCS Board President, Jephta Drachman, at a post-concert reception