logo Bonnie Herrmann
Branson Arts Council
201 Compton Drive
Branson, MO   65616

The Branson Arts Council and First Presbyterian Church under the auspices of the Missouri Arts Council invite you to a special concert at First Presbyterian Church’s Old Stone Church located at Fourth and Pacific Streets at 7:00 p.m. Thursday, June 23, 2011.

Nicholas Susi, age 24, has studied piano since the age of 9. He is a graduate of the Community Music School of Webster University in St.Louis, the University of Kansas and the University of Michigan. Nicholas has won several awards and scholarships including a grant from the Mu Phi Epsilon Foundation, which funded his travel, study and performance of French music at the Cite Universitaire de Paris in 2009. He has performed with the Omaha Symphony, St. Louis Chamber Orchestra, the Philharmonia of Greater Kansas City and the Wiener Residenz Orchester in Austria.

He will be performing Douze Etudes d’Execution Transcendante, S. 139 by Franz Liszt. This is a once in a lifetime performance here in Branson. After a lovely dinner out, come hear this young artist perform this timeless piece.

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