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Texas State International Piano Festival  (June 2016)
Performing Arts Center

Performing Arts Center will host the 8th Texas State International Piano Festival and Price Piano Competition.

The Performing Arts Center was inaugurated in spring 2014. Taking shape at the corner of University Drive and Moon Street, it houses a 400-seat theatre and a 300-seat recital hall, plus a grand lobby, rehearsal space, a scenery shop, staging areas and classrooms.

Participants of the Texas State International Piano Festival will perform in this modern recital hall and theatre, which will also host performances and master classes by guest artists.

HIGHLIGHTS

Sung-Soo Cho, piano

Sung-Soo Cho is performing the 1st movement of Rachmaninov's Third Concerto, with the Round Rock Symphony. This concert was the Festival Finale at the 5th Texas State International Piano Festival.

From the Top

TSIPF hosted "From the Top" June 8, 2013

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TESTIMONIALS

TSIPF provided my daughters a warm, welcoming and friendly environment where they could learn from some of the best piano professors in the nation.  While the programs were entertaining and enjoyable, the quality of the instructions was intense and uncompromising.

Yuko Darcy, mother of Kimiko & Eriko Darcy, festival participants

I have been to many festivals and master classes, but this one left something special in my heart.  Everything was amazing- from the master classes and concerts to all of the very talented young people that I met there. It is great that professors like Jason Kwak, Julian Martin, Boris Slutsky, Enrico Elisi and others, can pass to us, the younger generation, their experience, their flame and their knowledge.

Nikolay Marinov, festival participant

Thank you for providing such a wonderful environment for the kids to flourish personally and musically. My son enjoyed the festival and met many great teachers and friends with the same interest. He also enjoyed so much the evening concerts in the Performance Recital Hall.

Judy Yang, mother of Dylan Liu, festival participant
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