Greenwich High student plays at Carnegie Hall

Emma Schaale

Emma Schaale

Emma Schaale was a guest pianist at Carnegie Weill Recital Hall in New York City on June 18.

A rising senior at Greenwich High School, Schaale performed for the seventh time at Carnegie’s famed Weill Recital Hall with the Bottazzi International Music Society. She played Don’t Cry For Me Argentina in an elaborate solo piano version of the piece.

She is no stranger to the concert stage, having played at numerous halls such as Steinway hall, Lincoln Center Rose Studio, Symphony Space as well as locally at the Bruce Museum, Stamford Town Center and numerous retirement homes in the area. She has also a finalist in the World Piano Competition performing at the Aronoff Center in Cincinnati. She has also recorded locally at Carriage House Studios.

Her upcoming July performances include a solo recital on Saturday, July 25, at 3 p.m., at the River House in Greenwich.

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