Words and Music: Péter Esterházy and András Schiff
92nd Street Y
March 1, 8:00PM
A rare U.S. appearance by one of Europe's leading writers. "Peter Esterházy is one of the most interesting and original writers of our time," wrote Mario Vargas Llosa. "And his ambitious magnum opus, Celestial Harmonies, is a masterwork. Esterházy's reading from Harmonies includes musical interludes by Schiff, his dear friend.
Admission: $27 All Sections / $10 35 & younger
Kaufmann Concert Hall
Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street, NYC
212 415-5440, 92y.org
*Information provided by the Hungarian Cultural Center of New York.
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