Venue Details

3 Star Starred
Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre
At the Paramount Center 559 Washington Street Boston, MA 02116
617-824-8000
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Venue is perfect for the event.
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Harvey Byers
First time in the black box theatre Not a bad seat in the house
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Reviews & Ratings

45 ratings
4.9 average rating
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3 reviews
4 stars
attended Nov 25 2012

A powerful theatrical experience, a warm homage by Mona Golabek to her mother, this musical presentation was the perfect combination of classical piano music and a story... continued

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attended Nov 23 2012

AMAZING - you must see this!!

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attended Nov 24 2012

Excellent performance! Marvelous pianist! Touching, sensitive... loved it!

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More Information

Website

https://artsemerson.org/Online/pianist

Quotes & Highlights

Check out a video preview of The Pianist of Willesden Lane.
Read Goldstar members’ great reviews for The Pianist of Willesden Lane at Los Angeles’ Geffen Playhouse.
“In The Pianist of Willesden Lane, keyboard virtuoso Mona Golabek essentially channels her mother, pianist Lisa Jura, and strikes musical and emotional notes that transcend technical display or biographical sentiment. This elegant, heartfelt solo show … is an arresting, deeply affecting triumph.” -Los Angeles Times
“Golabek’s keyboard technique is liquid silk, with a fluidity that’s as powerful as it is nimble. She reminds us of the transformative power of art in even the darkest of times.” -LA Weekly
“A touching and reassuring reminder that the ageless magnificence of great art can stubbornly, resolutely overshadow man’s inhumanity to man.” —”_Backstage_":http://www.backstage.com/bso/reviews-la-theatre/la-review-the-pianist-of-willesden-lane-1006924152.story
“Marvelously adapted and directed by Hershey Felder, Lisa Jura’s story is a theatrical experience not to be missed … This is stunning theatre that will leave you emotionally breathless.” —broadwayworld.com

Description

Presented by ArtsEmerson: The World on Stage

Adapted and Directed by Hershey Felder

Based on the book The Children of Willesden Lane by Mona Golabek and Lee Cohen*

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American concert pianist Mona Golabek has appeared at the Hollywood Bowl, the Kennedy Center and Royal Festival Hall. She is a Grammy nominee and has received numerous awards. She has been the subject of several documentaries including Concerto for Mona with conductor Zubin Mehta. Ms. Golabek’s syndicated radio program, The Romantic Hours, combines music with poetry. Her recordings include Carnival of the Animals and Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite featuring Meryl Streep, both recorded with Ms. Golabek’s sister, Renee Golabek-Kaye. Both daughters were taught by their mother, Lisa Jura, who is the subject of Ms. Golabek’s acclaimed book, The Children of Willesden Lane. Ms. Golabek founded Hold On To Your Music, a foundation devoted to spreading the message of the power of music. With the help of the Milken Family Foundation and the Annenberg Foundation, she created educational resources which, with her book, have been adopted into school curricula across America.

About the Ticket Supplier: ArtsEmerson: The World on Stage

ArtsEmerson showcases first-class performances from all over the world, providing new opportunities for the Boston community to experience culturally enriching theatre, film and music. Their home is in the heart of Boston's historic Theatre District.