Friends of Music

The Ringwood Friends of Music Announces our 38th Anniversary Season


Our next concert will be IN-PERSON

Note: Advance Registration is Required for ALL Concerts

Sunday, December 4, 2022 - 3pm ET

Orion Weiss, piano

♪ Grieg - Lyric Pieces (Selections)

♪ Beethoven - Sonata in A major, Op. 101

♪ Debussy - 6 Etudes from Book 2

Vaccinations and masks are strongly encouraged. If you receive a positive test for Covid-19 or have any onset symptoms in the days prior to our events, please do not attend.

This concert will be performed LIVE In-Person at the Community Presbyterian Church, 145 Carletondale Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456.

To ensure social distancing, the concert will be limited to 25 families. A second concert will be added, if needed, to support Social Distancing.

When you register for the “live” performance, please include the names of all persons that will be attending. If your plans change after you register, it is imperative that you email us immediately, so that we may give your spot to someone else. We will open additional identical concerts on the same day, as needed.

To attend the “live” performance at 3:00 PM, register names of all attendees by sending an email to ringwoodfriendsofmusic@gmail.com

Thank you for being a participant in this life enhancing experience.

About the Artist

One of the most sought-after soloists and chamber music collaborators of his generation, Orion Weiss is widely regarded as a brilliant pianist (The New York Times) with powerful technique and exceptional insight (The Washington Post). His deeply felt and exceptionally crafted performances go far beyond his technical mastery and have won him worldwide acclaim. With a warmth to his playing that outwardly reflects his engaging personality, Weiss has dazzled audiences with his passionate, lush sound and performed with dozens of orchestras in North America including the Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and New York Philharmonic. Bring your family and friends to this brilliant performance of thrilling piano works - a stellar afternoon that you won’t want to miss!

“There's something quite distinctively poetic in his tone and his phrasing; the evergreen music seemed

to reveal lots of fresh growth as he played.” – The Baltimore Sun

We rely on supporters like you to help fund these events.

Donations can be sent via U.S. Postal mail to the address below.