Posted on February 3, 2016 by Christopher Thrall

Dr. Milton Schlosser performs with the Concordia Symphony Orchestra on Feb 7 at the new Lougheed Centre.

Photo courtesy of Josephine van Lier & Erik Visser

Photo courtesy of Josephine van Lier & Erik Visser

Dr. Milton Schlosser, pictured performing with the Concordia Symphony Orchestra on January 31, 2016 in Edmonton, plays again with the orchestra in Camrose on Sunday, February 7, 2016, at the new Lougheed Centre. Under the baton of one of Canada’s finest conductors, David Hoyt, Milton performs Robert Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A Minor.

Milton is one of Canada’s pre-eminent classical pianists. Beginning his university teaching career at the young age of 23, he has developed over the past three decades a nation-wide reputation for excellence in both his students as well as in his own performing and recording. You can read more about him at his website miltonschlosser.com.Former piano students of his have gone on for further studies from some of North America’s most prestigious music schools.

07Feb - Lougheed Concordia Symphony

07Feb – Lougheed Concordia Symphony

Remarkably, the Augustana Campus sports on its campus two recently purchased new 9-foot Steinway grand pianos that students have access to on a weekly basis for group classes as well as their performing—an uncommon situation that marks Augustana Campus as one of Canada’s centres of excellence for undergraduate piano students.

You can find tickets for this amazing concert at camroselive.ca


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