Beethoven's Birthday Celebration
Annual Beethoven Birthday Party and Open House
Every December, on a Saturday afternoon in the middle of the month, the Center celebrates Beethoven's birthday with an open house, refreshments, and a short concert or lecture. We welcome Beethoven enthusiasts of all ages to join us!
December 14, 2019
Open house: 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Recital by Natalya Lundtvedt: 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Location: The Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies, 5th Floor, Rm. 580, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library, 150 E. San Fernando St, San José, CA 95112
FREE but reservations are required as seating is limited. Call 408-808-2056 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP no later than noon on December 12. If we reach maximum capacity this page will be updated accordingly.
F. Schubert. (1797-1828) Impromptu in E flat Major, Op.90 No.2
F. Schubert. (1797-1828) Impromptu in G flat Major, Op.90 No.3
Ludwig van Beethoven. (1770-1827) Piano Sonata no.28 in A Major, op.101
Allegretto, ma non troppo
Vivace alla marcia
Adagio ma non troppo, con affetto
About the artist:
Natalya Lundtvedt is a native of Minsk, Belarus. She began her piano studies at age
6. In 2001, she was awarded a full scholarship at the San Francisco Conservatory of
Music where she studied under Professor Mack McCray and earned a Master in Musical
Arts degree in 2003. She earned her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University
of California, Los
Angeles in 2009 while she studied under Professor Vitaly Margulis. In 2003, she was awarded First Prize in the Young Artist Award competition in California. She has performed with the Belarus Philharmonic Society, the Belarus Symphony, the Russian Chamber Orchestra, San Francisco Concerto Orchestra, Mission College Symphony, Nova Vista Symphony, Mission Chamber Orchestra and Redwood Symphony. She is also a performing artist with Steinway Society of the Bay Area. In May 2009, she made her successful debut at the Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, New York. In February 2018, she performed for a prestigious Silicon Valley League of the San Francisco Symphony. Every year she is invited to judge the Young Pianist Beethoven Competition at the San Jose State University. Natalya is a faculty member at Lena Grozman Piano School, and is currently teaching at SAE Digital Arts Institute as an adjunct professor.