When: Sun., Sept. 25, 3:30-5 p.m. 2016
The American Pianists Awards are held every four years to discover the best aspiring young American classical pianists. Winners receive cash and two years of career advancement and support valued at over $100,000, making this one of the most coveted prizes in the music world.
The Premiere Series provides the first live juried performances of the five American Pianists Awards finalists. Over the course of five months, each finalist makes an initial appearance on stage in Indianapolis.
2017 American Pianists Awards finalist Henry Kramer, 29, will perform a solo program as well as Mozart's Concerto No.25 in C Major, K.503.