Here’s what Columbia Free-Times said about Baron Fenwick, who will be performing in “WWII and NYC: Connecting Time and Place,” at the Cell Theatre, on February 11 and 12, 7:30pm: “Brilliant…. His driving rhythm, virtuosic technique, musical treatment and careful attention to the ensemble were all stunning. Put two or three more years on this young man, and we might well have a major star.” – Columbia Free-Times.
Baron was an enormous hit in a show I created two years ago, “From Carnegie to The Cell.” If you missed that show, here is your chance to hear why Baron was such a sensation.
Awarded the Silver Medal in the 2019 Sendai International Music Competition, Baron has emerged as a leading pianist of his generation. At 27 years old, he regularly performs with orchestras around the world, including the Flint Symphony, the South Shore Symphony, the Wintergreen Festival Orchestra and the Sendai Philharmonic, among others. He performed with the Mannes Orchestra after winning the 2018 Mannes Concerto Competition and he recently made his debut in Carnegie Hall’s “Weill Hall.
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