Music Club to host Emile Pandolfi for Sunday concert
Fredericksburg Music Club is welcoming back Emile Pandolfi for the final concert of the season on Sunday, May 19.
The concert will be held at the Fredericksburg United Methodist Church beginning at 3 p.m.
While there is no charge for the concert, a good-will offering will be accepted.
Seating will be on a first come basis and will open at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday’s concert will consist of music ranging from classical to Broadway show tunes.
Considered one of today’s top pianists with over three million CDs sold, Pandolfi plays “luxurious arrangements” with an “ethereal quality.”
Pandolfi has been a student of “serious” piano since the age of five, with his symphony debut at the age of 14.
Pandolfi received his graduate degree in piano performance.
He explained that his interests didn’t turn toward popular music until after he had finished his schooling and was out on the road.
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