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The Arkansas Philharmonic Orchestra and the Walton Arts Center co-present Sara Davis Buechner in a concert and motivational conversation that aims to entertain, encourage, and inspire Northwest Arkansas' LGBTQIA+ community.
Buechner is a world-renowned pianist and proud transgender woman who has performed in every state and province of North America as a recitalist, chamber musician, and soloist.
"The APO's mission is to connect people with broader contemporary issues through music, making a difference in the community today that lasts for years. Sara Davis Buechner does that in spades," said Jason Miller, executive director of the APO. "Not only will she uplift people with her technical prowess and unparalleled artistry, but she will also inspire and empower the diverse LGBTQIA+ community she is part of. We hope all attendees will benefit from her performances and learn from what she has to say."
Noted for her musical command, cosmopolitan artistry, and visionary independence, Buechner has been lauded as one of the most original concert pianists of our time. After a year with no live performances due to COVID-19, the APO selected Buechner as their first guest artist of the new season as a gift to the Northwest Arkansas community and to honor diverse experiences by bringing timely issues forward through music.
Concert Experience & Performance
Sara Davis Buechner in an evening concert experience with a performance of Mozart's delightful Piano Concerto No. 14 in E-flat Major & Turina's evocative Rapsodia Sinfónica.
July 22, 7 pm at Crystal Bridges
Tickets are $40
A Timely Conversation & Performace
The Arkansas Philharmonic Orchestra presents Sara Davis Buechner in a performance and conversation centered on recent anti-transgender legislation.
July 18, 2 pm at The Momentary
Free. Seating is limited.