Tickets and Concerts
The Tenth Annual Art of the Piano Festival
May 30 – June 14 – 2020
Are you passionate about the piano?
Would you love listening to some of the best pianists in the world play extraordinary music on exceptional instruments in a beautiful space? You have the opportunity to attend the entire festival, to attend for whichever week works best for you or to come and watch an individual performance.
Art of Piano 2020 All-Festival Pass + Murray Perahia – $150
Art of the Piano 2020 All-Festival Pass only – $120
Single tickets this year are $20 in advance, $25 at the door for Faculty Artist concerts; $10 for Young Artist Concerts.
Single tickets to the Perahia concert are $40.
Potential savings by purchasing now: $105
Season pass prices will go up in April 2020.
We have an amazing lineup for our 10th Anniversary Season!
May 31: all-Beethoven concerto season opener featuring Awadagin Pratt, Olga Kern, Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, and one of our Young Artists.
June 2: Garrick Ohlsson in his Art of the Piano debut
June 5: Vladimir Feltsman
June 6: Alexander Korsantia
June 12: Yong Hi Moon with Beethoven’s last work for piano, the Diabelli Variations
June 13:Sergei Babayan
June 14: Simone Dinnerstein + Awadagin Pratt performing Bach keyboard concertos with Ensemble Baroklyn
Leon Fleisher will also be in residence for masterclasses during week 2. Click here for a full list of Faculty Artists.
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Did you know? If you’re interested in knowing what goes into playing at this level, you can watch our faculty-artists teach our 2020 fellows. All masterclasses are open to the public and free with the purchase of an all-Festival pass, or a weekly pass.
Werner Recital Hall CCM
I-71 from the north:
Take William Howard Taft (exit 3); continue on Taft one mile to Jefferson Avenue. Turn right on Jefferson, then make an immediate left at the light onto Corry Boulevard (the Corry Boulevard/CCM Village entrance to UC's Campus). The CCM Village and parking garage are at the base of Corry Boulevard.
I-71 from the south:
Take the Reading Road (exit 2); continue north on Reading one mile; veer left at fork onto Burnet Ave. Turn left on William Howard Taft, then right onto Jefferson and make an immediate left at the light onto Corry Boulevard (the Corry Boulevard/CCM Village entrance to UC's Campus). The CCM Village and parking garage are at the base of Corry Boulevard.
I-75 from the north or south:
Take Hopple Street (exit 3). At light, turn left. Cross Central Parkway; go up hill (Martin Luther King Drive) to Jefferson Avenue. Turn right on Jefferson, then turn right on Corry Boulevard (2nd light; the Corry Boulevard/CCM Village entrance to UC's Campus). The CCM Village and parking garage are at the base of Corry Boulevard.
Door-to-door online directions:
For door-to-door directions, go to Google Directions and use "W Corry St and Jefferson Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45221" as your destination address. After following the directions provided, continue west on Corry until it ends at the entrance to the CCM garage.