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Teaching, Mannes Piano Faculty, NYC

September, 2018-May, 2019

Deborah Kahan Competition, Judging, Darien, CT

January 26

Foundation Meeting, Del Ray Beach, FL

February 6-8

Recital, New Britain, CT

February 17

Artist Diploma Judging, Yale University, New Haven, CT

February 23

Master Class, Mannes School of Music

February 28

1-3 PM

Mannes Piano Auditions

March 3-10

Chopin Society, New Britain Museum of Art, Recital, New Britain, CT

March 24

Recital, Music for Youth, Redding, CT

March 31

2 PM

Mieczyslaw Munz Scholarship Competition, Manhattan School of Music, NYC

April 5

Duo Recital, Hungarian Embassy, Embassy Series, 25th Anniversary, Washington, D.C.

May 3

Darrett Adkins, cello, Ann Schein, piano

Recital & Lecture, Univ. of Alabama, Matthay Festival, American Matthay Assoc. Conference, Tuscaloosa, AL

June 21-22

June 21 - Recital
June 22 - Lecture

Young Artist World Piano Festival, Recital, Guest Artist Faculty, Roseville, MN

July 16-18

IKIF - International Keyboard Institute & Festival - Hunter College NYC

July 19-21

July 19 - Recital
July 20, 21 - Teaching, Master Classes

Recital, Master Class, Lecture, University of South Florida, Legacy Artist Piano Festival, Tampa, FL

July 19-August 3

Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival, U. of South Florida, Tampa, FL

July 26-27

July 26 - Master Class 7:00pm
July 27 - Legacy Forum, Recital at 2:00pm

Foundation Meeting, Chicago, IL

September 11-13

MSR Classics Recording, Oberlin University, OH

October 18-21

University of Nebraska, Omaha, NB

November 7-10

Nov. 8 - Recital
Nov. 9 - Master Class & Teaching

Master Class - Friday Morning Music Club, Piano Archives Library, University of Maryland

December 2

Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore, "80th Birthday Celebration"

December 6

Chopin f minor Concerto, Edward Polochick, Conductor

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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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