Music in the Marly: Pianist Adam Neiman
American pianist Adam Neiman is hailed as one of the premiere pianists of his generation, praised for possessing a truly rare blend of power, bravura, imagination, sensitivity, and technical precision. With an established international career and an encyclopedic repertoire that spans nearly sixty concerti, Neiman has performed as soloist with the symphony orchestras of Belgrade, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Minnesota, Saint Louis, San Francisco, Slovenia, Umbria, and Utah, as well as with the New York Chamber Symphony and the National Symphony Orchestra of Washington D.C. He has collaborated with many of the world’s celebrated conductors, including Jiri Belohlavek, Giancarlo Guerrero, Theodor Gushlbauer, Carlos Kalmer, Uros Lajovic, Yoël Levi, Andrew Litton, Rossen Milanov, Heichiro Ohyama, Peter Oundjian, Leonard Slatkin, and Emmanuel Villaume.
Listening to music in the Marly Room has been a tradition since 1975 and it is a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Before the concert and during intermission, you may want to browse through the entire Museum’s Collection or visit the Museum Store.
Brunch at MFA Café opens at 11 a.m.
Marly Music Society members, $15
Non-Marly Music Society members, $20
Tickets by telephone: 727.896.2667, ext. 210
Tickets will be held at the Museum’s will call table on the day of the concert.
The Concert Series is funded in part by the estate of Mrs. Elvira Wolfe de Weil. The official media sponsor is the Tampa Bay Times.