Live from the Hylton Center
Welcome back to the stage virtuoso pianist Jeffrey Siegel for a digital, livestreamed Keyboard Conversations® concert with commentary recorded live from the Merchant Hall stage at the Hylton Center. Siegel celebrates the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth with some of the composer’s best-loved works. This concert features the beloved “Moonlight” Sonata, Op. 27 and the Sonata in A-flat major, Op. 110, which Beethoven wrote after deafness had engulfed him. “A musical bridge-builder in action … Siegel showed just how illuminating the combination of words and abstract music can be,” (Toronto Star).
With safety measures in place to protect audience and staff, an interactive question and answer session will not take place following this performance.
Digital access pass: $15-$45, Pay-what-you-wish in $5 increments
How to Watch
This performance will be livestreamed from the Hylton Center. This performance will include a small, invited audience to attend in-person in accordance with all safety guidelines.
Tickets for both the digital performance and the in-person performance will be announced at a later date and go on sale at the same time.
Free Tickets for Mason Students
Limited free tickets for Mason Students are available. Learn more.