Sunday, February 8th at 3 pm is Crescent Concerts' Sixteenth Annual Showcase for Exceptional Young Artists at Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church in Plainfield. There are five outstanding performers this year: Albert Gu, age 13, is an eighth grader from Basking Ridge and plays the piano with quite a flair; Kelsey Lee is a middle schooler from Summit, equally at home with Haydn and Chopin; Kingston Ho, the only violinist, hails from New Providence and will sail through a Saint-Saëns Rondo for us; Pauline Qin is a 14-year-old pianist from Bridgewater ably performing Chopin and Ravel; and 15-year-old Robert Argasinski of Cranford will certainly impress you with his command of the piano. All five of these phenomenal young people edged out the many who auditioned, so do not miss this opportunity to hear the future of classical music!
There is ample free, secure parking in Church lot (entrance on 1st Place - connected to church by walkway). Tickets are $20 for general admission, $15 for seniors, and $5 for students. There will be a light reception immediately following the concert. Call 908-756-2468 or visit www.crescentconcerts.org for more information about this and upcoming concerts.
Sunday, February 8th at 3:00 p.m.
Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church Sanctuary
716 Watchung Avenue, Plainfield
Ample free, secure parking in Church lot (Entrance on 1st Place - connected to church by walkway)
About Crescent Concerts:
Since 1980, Crescent Concerts at Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church has brought world-class musical events to the residents of the City of Plainfield and surrounding communities. Under the superb musical direction of F. Allen Artz III, programming for our concert series is wonderfully diverse including solo voice and instrumental performances, chamber groups, and full choral/orchestral spectaculars. Crescent Concerts is committed to ensuring that its programs are accessible to all. If you require a special accommodation, please do not hesitate to ask at the concert or call in advance at 908-756-2468 (9am – 4pm). Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment of the Arts, through a grant administered by the Union County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.