Festivals & Series

Richard Goode, piano

Skyline Piano Artist Series

Friday, October 18, 2019 at 7:30pm

Galvin Recital Hall

“Richard Goode is one of the finest pianists in the world. Few can match his unfailingly beautiful tone, effortless technical command, interpretive insight and total emotional commitment to the music he plays.”
— The Washington Post

Grammy Award winner Richard Goode has been acknowledged worldwide as one of today’s leading interpreters of Classical and Romantic music. His numerous prizes over the years include the Young Concert Artists Award, First Prize in the Clara Haskil Competition, and the Avery Fisher Prize, as well as the Bienen School’s 2006 Jean Gimbel Lane Prize in Piano Performance. Recent performance highlights include a recital at the 92nd Street Y and a Mozart Concerto with the New York Philharmonic and Manfred Honeck. He also appeared as soloist with Louis Langrée and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra. An exclusive Nonesuch recording artist, Goode received exceptional critical acclaim for his 2009 recording of the five Beethoven concertos with the Budapest Festival Orchestra and Iván Fischer. It was released to exceptional critical acclaim, hailed as “a landmark recording” by the Financial Times and nominated for a Grammy Award.

Please note: Due to high demand, new subscriptions to the Skyline Piano Artist Series are not yet available, and will be released after July 23. Please email events.music@northwestern.edu or call 847-467-4000 if you wish to be notified when new subscriptions become available. (Current Skyline subscribers may call 847-467-4000 to renew, or return the subscription renewal invoice, arriving in early May, by mail.)

Single tickets, on sale August 9, are $30 for the general public and $10 for students with valid ID.


Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall

Address

70 Arts Circle Drive
Evanston, IL 60208
United States

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About

Located in the Ryan Center for the Musical Arts, this 400-seat hall features a 40-foot glass wall offering views of Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline. Undulating walls of Forest Stewardship Council–certified wood, covered with a thin layer of African moabi wood, provide optimal acoustics, and the hall is equipped with state-of-the-art sound and video equipment for recording.