Pianist Lang Lang to Pay Tribute to Leonard Bernstein at Carnegie Hall

Classic Arts News   Pianist Lang Lang to Pay Tribute to Leonard Bernstein at Carnegie Hall
 
The January 26 concert will celebrate the legendary composer as well as the upcoming Grammy Awards.
Lang Lang
Lang Lang

In celebration of this Sunday’s Grammy Awards in New York City and as part of the ongoing celebration of Leonard Bernstein’s 100th anniversary, world renowned pianist Lang Lang will pay tribute to the legendary composer at Carnegie Hall’s Grammy Salute to Classical Music January 26. The concert celebration will be hosted by Lang Lang and will see the Stern Auditorium filled with over 1,000 students from the New York area.

Read: LEONARD BERNSTEIN AT 100 WILL BE TWO-YEAR CELEBRATION OF COMPOSER’S LIFE

The lineup also includes Grammy-winning soprano Isabel Leonard, R&B singer Ledisi, the string trio Time for Three, R&B artist Kiana Ledé, and Spanish guitarist Pablo Sáinz Villegas. Renée Fleming, who was previously announced, will no longer be performing due to scheduling conflicts.

The concert will also include performances from both local students as well as students from his Lang Lang Foundation.

For more information, visit CarnegieHall.org, call (212) 247-7800 or the Box Office at 57th and 7th Avenue.

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