Russian pianist & German violinist to perform at Emerson Center

arts & entertainment

A benefit concert featuring Russian virtuoso pianist Sergey Belyavsky alongside violinist Christoph Seybold, sponsored by John and Anne Tschinkel, will be held April 9 at 7 p.m. at The Emerson Center, 1590 27th Ave, Vero Beach.  This benefit concert is to raise money for The Gifford Youth Orchestra (GYO).  The GYO mission is to provide education, experience, and training in various cultural and performing arts, including music, drama, dance, and the vocal arts for the youth of Gifford, Florida (and neighboring Indian River County communities,) with a core focus on mastering stringed instruments.  This concert is open to the community; a suggested donation of $10 will be accepted at the door.

Sergey Belyavskiy

Sergey Belyavsky is an award-winning pianist from Moscow, Russia. He has been a soloist with the Moscow State and Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestras. He has also performed throughout the world in major concert halls such as Carnegie Hall, and Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow.

Christoph Seybold, born in Germany, is an internationally acclaimed solo violinist who performs regularly in major concert halls in Europe, America and Asia. Recent performances have taken him to the Schauspielhaus Berlin, Herkulessaal Munich, Leiszhalle Hamburg, Liederhalle Stuttgart, Frankfurt, and Opera City Tokyo, among many others.

To watch videos of past performances by Messrs Belyavsky and Seybold, go to:

The Emerson Center is a venue for hosting entertainment, cultural arts, and education to Vero Beach and surrounding communities.  For more information about The Emerson Center, please visit us online at  The Emerson Center is located at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Vero Beach at 1590 27th Ave, Vero Beach, Florida 32960.

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