Richard Cionco, Classical Pianist Performs in Walnut Creek
at St. Paul's Concert Series
Richard Cionco has been performing as a soloist in performances since age 9, and has been featured in numerous prestigious events around the globe, such as the Seijo Symphony of Tokyo Concert in Washington, D.C., a concert that commemorated Japan’s admission to the United Nations. Reviews from the Washington Post say, “I have rarely heard as fine a piano recital as the one Richard Cionco gave. Cionco’s virtuosity was impressive and he drew beautifully varied tone colors from the instrument.” and “Richard Cionco is not just a terrific pianist. He is that rarest of artists: a champion of twentieth century music.“ A graduate of The Juilliard School and the University of Maryland, Richard Cionco was a Teaching Fellow for David Dubal at The Juilliard School for four years, and is presently Professor of Piano at California State University, Sacramento.
At St. Paul’s, Richard will perform his piano solo program "Trifles, Tragedy, and Triumph!", including Beethoven’s Six Bagatelles, Lecuona’s Andalucia – Suite Espagnole, Janáček’s Sonata in E-flat minor, Chopin’s My Joys and Liszt’s Waltz from the Opera “Faust”.
St. Paul’s is pleased to present this performance in our Concert Series. Located in downtown Walnut Creek, the St. Paul’s Concert Series offers monthly world-class performances to the local community for an affordable, donation-based cost. Free parking is provided, or an easy walk three blocks from Walnut Creek BART.
- May 26, 2018