Saturday, October 12th
M. Steinert & Sons Performance Center
1235 Worcester Street
Natick, MA 01760
It is our great pleasure to welcome Sa Nguyen back for her third Evening with Steinway concert in our Natick Performance Center. A student of Ms. Nguyen’s, William Coukos, will collaborate on the evening’s four hand repertoire. Admission is free, but seating is limited. Please reserve your place in advance by clicking here.
Solo, Sa Nguyen, solo
Sa Nguyen and William Coukos, duo
This concert is presented in conjunction with the Steinway Society of Massachusetts. Contributions can be made to the the Steinway Society by following this link.
Sa Nguyen was born in Da Nang, Vietnam. She entered the conservatory in Hue City at age 11, beginning her full-time commitment to music. In 1996, Ms. Nguyen won the Second Place award in the “Young Talent Piano Competition”. She earned her Masters in Music degree in Piano Performance, with Distinction in 2004 from Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music. Ms. Nguyen subsequently served there as Lecturer of Piano until moving to the United States in 2017.
Sa Nguyen has been in demand as a soloist, accompanist, chamber musician, and teacher. Ms. Nguyen has performed frequently for the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO), Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music, and Ho Chi Minh City Television. She joined the M.Steinert & Sons Piano Academy in the Fall of 2017, and currently teaches private lessons as well as “Piano For All!“ group class for adults. Ms. Nguyen is a member of the New England Piano Teachers’ Association, and has participated in recitals with her peers. Sa graciously assists with the Steinway Society of Massachusetts competition from organizing music with students to present to the judges, to assisting the young artists backstage before they make their special entrance onstage at Symphony Hall in Boston.
It is our great pleasure to welcome Sa Nguyen back for her 3rd Evening With Steinway concert in Natick. A student of Ms. Nguyen’s in our academy, William Coukos, will collaborate on the evening’s four hand repertoire.