Pianist Joe Bush returns to the Carriage Barn with an evening featuring
Tchaikovsky, Beethoven and Rachmaninoff and holiday music.
Experience the magic of music with an enchanting live show by this extraordinary pianist!
A captivating evening filled with soulful melodies and breathtaking compositions. Joe Bush’s virtuosity on the piano weaves musical stories that transcend time and emotion. Whether you’re a seasoned music lover or simply looking for a night of entertainment, Bush will enchant you with his impeccable skill and passion for music.
Prepare to be transported to a realm where every note is a masterpiece and each chord strikes a chord in your heart. Secure your tickets now and let the music whisk you away on a musical adventure!
Organized and produced by the Constant Consulting Group in partnership with the Carriage Barn Arts Center
Tickets / $35 (order below)
Tickets may be available to purchase at the door (cash or c.c.)
Joseph Bush is a graduate of the University of Connecticut (UCONN) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in music under the tutelage of Irma Vallecillo. He received his masters in piano performance from Indiana University studying under Alexander Toradze. Joe has played in numerous venues over many diverse genres. He has taken part in the Wendell P. Whalum recital series at the Hampton University Ministers’ Conference.
In December 2016 he debuted with the South bend symphony alongside his teacher Mr. Toradze playing the first movement of Prokofiev’s 3rd Piano concerto. After graduating he has been the artist in residence at Calvary Presbyterian Church in Newburgh New York. Since being there, he has revived and developed their choral program to include 20+ members. He has also organized and performed in numerous concerts. In 2018 Joe was featured in the Howland Chamber Music Circle pop up concert accompanying cellist Daniel Frankhuizen and soprano Rachel Hall, and playing solo works.
In 2020 he won second place in the National Association of Negro Musicians (NANM) New York, regional competition where he was also the recipient of one of the two national encouragement prizes. Joe makes his living teaching privately, maintaining a studio of over 50+ students. He also accompanies all over the country.
Saturday November 25, 7pm