[The online box office is now closed for this event. Tickets will be available on-site starting at 7pm. We look forward to seeing you there.]
Piano virtuoso Laszlo Gardony performs fresh, modern but soulful arrangements of beloved old tunes, and covering ten styles and genres (jazz, Negro spirituals, rock, funk, Broadway, Neapolitan, etc.). Based in part on his new, highly-acclaimed CD “La Marseillaise,” his adaptations include the title song and nine other familiar tunes, from Misty to Eleanor Rigby, Lady Madonna to Summertime, and myriad in between. Known as an innovator for both his composing and performance approaches,
Laszlo will be performing unaccompanied, on the marvelous Steinway grand piano at the Berkshire Museum, home of so many wonderful cultural events. Tickets are $30 on the day of the event, and are available here or at the Berkshire Museum. Open seating, doors open at 7pm. Water and snacks will be available at the Museum front desk .
Hungarian-born Laszlo Gardony is a professor of piano at the Berklee College of Music. He made his local debut at the Berkshire Museum nearly 25 years ago, and has developed a strong regional and national following. This program was devised specially for Berkshires Jazz, and is presented in conjunction with Pittsfield’s 10x10 Upstreet Winter Arts Festival.