Myer & Wachs – Nov 17 (two piano house concert)

Friday, November 17, 2017 • 7:30 pm

Spencer Myer & Daniel Alfred Wachs

A Two Piano Concerti Evening with Two Stellar Pianists!











Featuring these two dynamic works:

  • Mozart – Piano Concerto K. 482
  • Chopin – Piano Concerto No. 2 in f minor

What to expect…  The evening will be unforgettable!  One pianist will play the orchestral part and the other will play the solo. They will change places on the second concerto.  Afterwards, we get to mingle with the artists and fellow guests while sipping fine wine and enjoying delightful noshes.

$75 General/$70 members (website purchase includes $4 online fee) 

(members = season ticket holders and $100+ donor level)




Venue – Private home, Grass Valley (directions upon ticket purchase)

Book a room at our Official Hospitality Partners:  Courtyard Suites package or Lamb’s Victorian Inn

Sponsored by:  The Piano Workshop 



Spencer Myer is our “Third Sunday” November 19 concert artist.  Please click here for bio information.  You don’t want to miss his performance!  Spencer is a former American Pianists Association fellow, and we’ve enjoyed having him on our calendar of concerts several times.  Each time he returns, the crowds go wild!  He’s not only a consummate pianist of extraordinary magnitude, he’s also one of those persons you want in your life forever.  An absolute gem of a human being.


Daniel Alfred Wachs is new to InConcert Sierra and we’re excited to have him on our house concert series.

Conductor/Pianist Daniel Alfred Wachs emerged on the international scene following his debut with the Mozarteum Orchestra of Salzburg in November 2010, leading a world première by Toshio Hosokawa at the Grosses Festspielhaus. The Austrian press praised: “Engaging, rhythmically inspired, precise in its execution, the “Mambo” was equal to a performance by Gustavo Dudamel and the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra!” Wachs has guest conducted Orange County’s Pacific Symphony, the Auckland Philharmonia, the National Symphony Orchestra (as part of the National Conducting Institute), the Sarasota Orchestra, the Fort Worth Symphony, Sinfonia Gulf Coast, the Oakland Symphony, the Monterey Symphony, the Spartanburg Philharmonic, the Palm Beach Symphony and New York City Ballet at Lincoln Center. Wachs has also served as assistant conductor at the Cincinnati Opera and for the French première of Bernstein’s Candide at the Théâtre du Châtelet, a Robert Carsen co-production with La Scala and the English National Opera. In 2015, Wachs made his debut on the acclaimed new music series Jacaranda: Music at the Edge in Santa Monica, conducting works by Weill and Stravinsky.

A pianist as well as a conductor, Wachs’ performance with the Minnesota Orchestra “proved a revelation, delivering a technically impeccable, emotionally powerful performance of two Mozart piano concertos and a pair of solo works,” raved the St. Paul Pioneer Press. With the encouragement of Zubin Mehta, Wachs began his studies with Enrique Barenboim in Tel Aviv before pursuing studies at the Zürich Academy and graduating from The Curtis Institute of Music and The Juilliard School. He has also participated at such festivals at Aspen, Tanglewood and Verbier. Wachs has also been entrusted with preparing orchestras for Valery Gergiev and Vladimir Spivakov, and has served as Assistant Conductor to Osmo Vänskä at the Minnesota Orchestra and at the National Orchestra of France under Kurt Masur. Additionally, he has served as cover conductor for the Houston Symphony and for the Rotterdam Philharmonic on tour.


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