Serene has been described as a “spectacle to match the New York Philharmonic.”
The already captivating Candlelight concert series is raising the bar even higher with a fusion of the finest ingredients this fall. One of the most talked-about young talents in classical music is coming to Philadelphia in September for an unmissable Candlelight concert.
The renowned Bösendorfer artist, Serene, will perform two exclusive candlelit concerts on one special night at Philly’s lavish Masonic Temple and Library in the Renaissance Hall offering a night of musical mastery in an iconic landmark venue.
Described as a “spectacle to match the New York Philharmonic,” Serene’s magnetic performances cannot be truly appreciated without seeing them in person and now the chance has come to Philadelphians.
Her musical narratives twist and turn pulling at every emotion as viewers are taken on a captivating journey courtesy of her mastery and magnetism.
On September 7th and 8th at 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Serene will perform for two nights only at the Masonic Temple and Library, as thousands of candles flicker around her providing a spectacle beyond compare.
The safe, comfortable, and socially distanced event will feature some of history’s most captivating classical compositions from Gershwin to Liszt.
The performances will last around 65 minutes and doors open 30 mins prior to the start time.
This is a unique Candlelight event that is not to be missed, grab tickets here while they last!
Having risen to fame in the last few years, Serene’s journey and trajectory as a next-generation pianist is almost as captivating as her prowess playing the piano. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University one year early with university honors in computer science she began working as a software engineer for Google in Manhattan while living on a sailboat.
Soon after, with a growing repertoire, she focused everything on her passion for piano and has since performed with orchestras around the world, collaborated as composer on Kanye West’s Opera, which premiered at Art Basel and Lincoln Center, and served as pianist and technologist for the founder of the Blue Man Group.
She’s no stranger to extravagant venues either, having now played at a variety of extraordinary locations ranging from the Vienna Musikverein and Golden Gate Park, to the inside of a decommissioned Boeing 747.”