By Dalton Reindollar, The Heritage at Lowman

Join us, Sunday December 10, 2017 for an afternoon of music. Performing will Joshua Ross, piano.

Coming off his recent performance in Carnegie Hall’s legendary Stern Auditorium where he was described as “playing eloquently as if on glass harmonica”, Joshua Ross is quickly becoming a respected artist in the classical music world. He holds a Master of Music degree in Piano Performance from the University of Georgia where he studied with Dr. Martha Thomas. He also holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance from The Florida State University, where he studied with Dr. Heidi Louise Williams. Joshua performs regularly as a soloist both domestic and abroad. In addition to performances in the United States, he has performed and studied at the 2008 Schlern Music Festival, in Vols am Schlern, Italy. He has played in master classes for renowned pianists Angela Cheng, David Northington, and Steinway Artists Natsuki Fukasawa and Richard Cionco among others. He has also been featured on several concert series such as the Steinway Piano Society of Bonita Springs in their Past Winners Recital Series as well as the 2013 American Bandmasters Association conference in Tampa, Fl as the featured pianist of the internationally acclaimed University of Georgia Wind Ensemble. He has also performed as an guest artist in the Bayshore Capa A La Carte series. Joshua has also been a guest artist on the Intermezzo Concert Series in Jacksonville FL, as well as a participant in the 2016 American Protege Gala in New York City. Joshua has won several competitions including being named an Honorable Mention winner of the 2013 American Protege International Competition of Romantic Music. Joshua made his Carnegie Hall debut in Weill Recital Hall in February 2014 as a competition winner. Upcoming engagements include performances with the Naples Concert Band, Jacksonville’s Intermezzo Concert Series, the Port Charlotte Concert Series and an appearance on the Lowman Concert Series in Chapin, South Carolina.

All Sunday at Lowman Concerts are held at 3:00 pm on Sunday afternoons in the New Life Chapel located in the Wellness Center on the Heritage at Lowman campus and will be followed by a reception in the adjacent Hoefler Gallery. The concerts are free and open to the public. For more information about our concert series please call (803) 451.7414.

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