Berkshire Music School Benefit Concert at Wheatleigh

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LENOX, Mass. — Vienna-based fortepianist Daniel Adam Maltz will perform at a benefit cocktail party for the Berkshire Music School on Saturday, May 14, 2022, at Wheatleigh. 
Drawing on Mr. Maltz’s training at the Royal Academy of Music in London and at Vienna’s University for Music and Performing Arts, the afternoon will feature the work of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert on a historic fortepiano in Wheatleigh’s Great Hall. 
All proceeds will go towards the Berkshire Music School need-based financial aid program.
"We are excited to host Daniel's performance at Wheatleigh," Executive Director Natalie Johnsonius Neubert said. "It's so rare to have the opportunity to hear the repertoire on the historical instrument on which it was originally written. Daniel brings an artistry and passion to the music that makes an exquisite and magical experience."
Tickets for the event can be found on the Berkshire Music School website at Tickets can also be purchased by calling 413-442-1411.
Following the performance on Sunday, May 15, Maltz will give a lecture, demonstration, and masterclass exploring the fortepiano, repertoire, and the similarities and differences to the modern piano. 
The event will take place at the Berkshire Music School Taft Recital Hall. 
To purchase tickets with the suggested $25 donation, visit the Berkshire Music School website at, or call 413-442-1411 to pay-what-you-can.

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