News just in: Carnegie in a tangle
Murray Perahia, who stepped in for Maurizio Pollini on April 4, has just pulled out.
Too much work, he told them. Might impede his recovery from injury.
Any pianists who are free that night in New York, contact the address below.
LATE EXTRA: He’s cancelled Chicago, too. Details here
Jonathan Biss is deputising.
CARNEGIE HALL ANNOUNCES CANCELLATION OF
PIANIST MURRAY PERAHIA’S RECITAL ON MONDAY, APRIL 4
Carnegie Hall today announced that pianist Murray Perahia must regrettably cancel his solo recital in Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage scheduled for Monday, April 4. Since last week’s Carnegie Hall announcement, Mr. Perahia has re-considered and now feels it is not advisable to add additional concerts to his busy schedule, so as not to impair his long-term recovery from an earlier injury. This performance will not be rescheduled.
Ticket holders who purchased tickets for this performance through CarnegieCharge or carnegiehall.org will receive automatic refunds. Those who purchased tickets with cash should return them to the Carnegie Hall Box Office in person to receive a refund. Ticket holders with questions may contact CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800.
***Please note that this update supersedes previous press materials related to this concert.***
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