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Recital - University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL

January 26

Master Class, U of Ala.

January 27

Recital - Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT

February 2


Master Class - Harrisburg, PA

February 21

Master Class, Messiah College, Harrisburg, PA

February 27

Recital - “Key Pianists” Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, New York

March 11

Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Ann Schein's Chopin Series at Tully Hall. (1980-91)

Judging Piano Concerto Competition, Juilliard School, NYC

March 18-19

Mieczzyslaw Munz Piano Competition, Juilliard School, NYC

March 31

Judging, Piano Competition - Danbury, CT

April 4

Judging - Renee Fisher Competition, New Haven, CT

April 5

Lecture - Recital and Master Class, Denver University - Denver, CO

May 7

Recital - Englewood Series, Englewood, Denver, CO

May 9

Beethoven Concerto #4 in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Hoff-Barthelson School, Scarsdale, NY

June 6

Jun Nakabayashi, Conductor

Residency with Recital and Master Classes- Logan, Utah

June 22-27

Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival of South Florida, Tampa, FL

July 6-10

IKIF Festival at the Mannes School of Music, NYC

July 12-24

Recital, Merkin Hall, IKIF

July 21

Norfolk Festival, New Haven, CT

July 26 - August 1

Brahms Piano Quintet - Norfolk Festival

August 1

Recital and Master Class, Saddleback College, Mission Viejo, CA

August 23

George L Shields Foundation Meeting, Washington, DC

September 16-19

Recital - Lindsey Wilson College, Campbellsville, KY - KTMC

September 24

Recital - Campbellsville University

September 25

Recital and Master Class, USC, Los Angeles

October 25-30

Recital - Biola University, CA

October 31

Master Class - Biola University

November 1

Lecture and Student Recital and "The Different Worlds of Schumann and Chopin" - Mannes Sounds Festival, Mannes School of Music -NYC

November 22

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Featured Review

“The weekend musical pleasures included an all-Schumann program from the Concert Artists of Baltimore on Saturday...The program offered a neat balance of familiar and rare repertoire. Representing the familiar was the Piano Concerto, which featured the exuberant Ann Schein...[She] demonstrated more than just the chops for the concerto; she had a way of enlivening well-worn phrases, of maintaining interest as well as momentum...Schein’s playing was…filled with character throughout. The pianist was attentively partnered by conductor Edward Polochick...”
Tim Smith,
The Baltimore Sun
October 18, 2010
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