Ruthmere Museum will have the winner of the Fifth Annual Robert B. Beardsley Piano Prize, Chi Hoi "Jimmy" Cheung, kicking off the 2022 Ruthmere Fall Concert Series.
Chi Hoi Jimmy Cheung is an emerging artist with a versatile career as a performer and educator. An accomplished pianist, he is a laureate in numerous national and international competitions, including the Ohio MTNA Young Artist Piano Competition, Tuesday Musical Scholarship Competition, and the Birmingham International Piano Competition in England. He has performed in major venues including Steinway Hall, Royal Albert Hall, and Austrian Cultural Forum. Cheung is a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), who is also pursuing an Artist Diploma. His teachers include Ran Dank and James Tocco. Equally dedicated to teaching, Cheung is a Graduate Teaching Assistant in piano and a faculty member of CCM Prep. He also serves as the Coordinator of the OhioMTA Junior and Senior Competitions. Upcoming projects include recordings of the complete instrumental duets with piano by Frederic Chopin, and recitals at Indiana State University.
Ticket pricing for the 2022 Fall Concert Series is as follows: Single concert non-members $40 per seat. Single concert Ruthmere Members $25 per seat. Fall Season Pass for all four concerts with reserved seating is $100 per seat (available ONLY to Ruthmere Members). Note: Non-member Fall Concert ticket price includes a 10-day trial membership. Ruthmere Fall Concerts are considered private party events.
For more information, or to make reservations call Ruthmere at 574-264-0330 ext. 104. All concerts begin at 7pm and seating is limited on a first come, first seated basis. Doors open at 6:30pm. The first three concerts are on a Thursday, and the last one, a Friday.
302 E. Beardsley Ave.
Elkhart, IN 46514