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From Chopin To Ravel By Hélène Tysman

Hélène Tysman will perform at the French Cultural Center of Boston (53 Marlborough Street, Boston, MA) on Thursday, November 19th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm

For this concert, co-presented by the French Cultural Center and by the Consulate general of France and made possible thanks to the Mosaïque Cultural Fund, award-winning French pianist Hélène Tysman will perform works by Frédéric Chopin and Maurice Ravel:

Chopin, 24 Préludes Op.28Ravel, Valses Nobles et sentimentalesRavel, Pavane pour une infante défunteRavel, La Valse

The concert will be followed by a reception​ with complimentary French wine and hors d'œuvres.Member & Student: $15 // Non-member: $20

For more information and to purchase tickets to the French Cultural Center concert, please click here.

 

Moreover, Hélène Tysman will also perform at Bryant University:

Wednesday, November 18th from 3pm to 4pmBryant University Interfaith CenterSmithfield, RI

 

About Hélène Tysman

Hélène Tysman is an award-winning French classical pianist. She studied at the Paris Conservatory under Pierre-Laurent Aimard and later with Oleg Maisenberg in Vienna. She obtained her Master’s degree from Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt, Weimar under the guidance of Grigory Gruzman. Since becoming a laureate of the 16th International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, Tysman has emerged as one of the leading French pianists of her generation. In addition to doing frequent live radio broadcasts, she has also recorded and released a selection of works by Frédéric Chopin, for which she received great critical acclaim.

" Playing with a warm touch and a dreamy sensibility" —David Allen, The New York Time

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