Classical pianist performs in Sunnyside Feb. 12

Andy Feldbau

Andy Feldbau

Hailed as a “romantic with a cool edge,” Andy Feldbau is a rising star on the world stage. 

Feldbau brings his pianistic brilliance to the Sunnyside High School auditorium on Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m. 

Tickets for this performance are $30 per person or $5 for students. 

For more information call 509-839-5222 or visit the Lower Valley Community Concerts Association online at

The association is also sponsoring a student outreach performance by Feldbau as part of its ongoing commitment to support arts education in the community.

Feldbau is a recent graduate of the Buchman-Mehta (Tel Aviv) and Julliard (New York) schools of music, and was a first-prize winner in the American Protégé International Piano Competition. He has presented solo recitals at Carnegie Hall in New York, the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, Steinway Hall in London and the Museum of Arts in

Tel Aviv. 

Feldbau is also an aspiring composer, creating arrangements and compositions for a variety of configurations, including a virtuosic piano arrangement of “A Whole New World” from Disney’s Aladdin. 

His concert program features classic pillars of the piano literature, including the “Mephisto Waltz No. 1” (Liszt) and Earl Wild’s ever-popular “Seven Virtuoso Etudes on Gershwin Songs.”

The Lower Valley Community Concert Association presents a series of concerts each year.  Season ticket memberships are priced for adults, students and families.  Community Concert members may also attend concerts at no additional cost in the Tri-Cities, Wenatchee, Moses Lake and Pendleton, as space is available through a reciprocity agreement with those associations.


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