Piano recital at Miami Beach: Avery Gagliano

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Piano recital at Miami Beach: Avery Gagliano

American pianist Avery Gagliano performs a unique recital at the Wolfsonian Museum. Parking vouchers available with your premium ticket!

By Miami International Piano Festival

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Sunday, April 16 · 7:30 - 9:30pm EDT


The Wolfsonian-Florida International University 1001 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139

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The Miami International Piano Festival presents some of the most astonishing artists of today's world scene in its DISCOVERY SERIES. On this occasion, German/Russian star Kristina Miller performs a boutique selection of solo piano pieces and songs at the magic landscape of the Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach.

“Avery Gagliano is a distinctive young talent who has already graduated to the big league of professional pianists while still a student at music college.” – International Piano magazine

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You can know more about this concert on our website: www.miamipianofest.com


J.S. BACH / French Suite No. 3, B Minor

F. CHOPIN / Barcarolle, op. 60

F. SCHUBERT / Sonata in A, D. 959


Having recently made her Carnegie Hall debut and released her debut album “Reflections” on the Steinway & Sons label, 21-year-old pianist Avery Gagliano captures audiences with her sensitivity, emotional depth, and musical expression. She gained international attention as the First Prize and Best Concerto Prize winner of the 2020 National Chopin Piano Competition, and as the only American semifinalist at the 18th International Chopin Competition in 2021.

Her performance highlights include appearances at world-renown stages such as the Verbier Festival, Gilmore Festival, Bravo!Vail Festival, Ravinia Festival, Aspen Music Festival, Swiss Alps Classics Festival, Carnegie Hall, Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Cavatina Hall, Louis Vuitton Foundation, Salle Cortot, and WQXR Greene Space.

Avery has soloed with orchestras throughout the United States, including the Aspen Philharmonic Orchestra, Tuscarawas Philharmonic, MostArts Festival Orchestra, Oregon Mozart Players, the Bravura Philharmonic Orchestra and Symphony in C. A passionate chamber musician, she regularly collaborates with ensembles, recently sharing the stage with the Balourdet Quartet at Bravo!Vail. She also frequently performs as a guest artist with the Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players in New York.

Avery received the Audience Prize at the 2019 Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition, and was the winner of the Aspen Music Festival Concerto Competition, MostArts Festival Piano Competition, and 2019 National YoungArts Competition. She is an alumna of the Verbier Festival & Academy, Gstaad Piano Academy, and the Lang Lang International Music Foundation’s Young Scholars Program, a four-year winner of the US Chopin Foundation Scholarship, and has made several appearances on Philadelphia’s WRTI classical radio and National Public Radio’s (NPR) From The Top.

At the invitation of Sir András Schiff, she will join the Building Bridges concert series and appear in recitals throughout Europe in the 2022/23 season. She will also make her debut with the Maryland Symphony Orchestra, Fort Collins Symphony, and Louisville Orchestra.

Avery is originally from Washington, D.C., where she studied with Marina Alekseyeva. She currently resides in Philadelphia and studies at the Curtis Institute of Music with Robert McDonald. She has also studied with Gary Graffman and Jonathan Biss while at Curtis.

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Mission: The mission of non profit Patrons of Exceptional Artists, through the presentation of The Miami International Piano Festival and an expanding variety of concert series, is to discover, promote and support the great Masters of the keyboard emerging in this generation; to rediscover unusual repertoire while providing audiences with a unique musical experience; to become a resource to agents, promoters and orchestras and, most importantly; to build the audiences of the future to help insure the very existence of classical music.