I received this reply to the latest issue of our
email newsletter (In-Tune), thought I'd share it
with you...

HI - I'm enjoying your latest edition of In-Tune. Your doing a great
job! Here's an update about what I have been doing:

I've been booking serious concerts with orchestras and in concert halls with
a few different talented performers. Here's info about one pianist who I
think is great and is available for solo or concerto performances. She is
AWESOME! If anyone is interested in a performance by this top pianist who is
an expert in classical as well as ragtime and piano novelties of the 1920's
please contact me. We're already booking her 2004 season.


Sara Davis Buechner was a prize winner in many of the world's most
prestigious international piano competitions: Queen Elizabeth of Belgium,
Leeds, Salzburg, Sydney, and Vienna. She was the Grand Prizewinner of the
1984 Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, and the top American
Prizewinner in the 1986 Tchaikowsky Competition in Moscow.

With an active repertoire of over 85 piano concertos ranging from Bach to
Wuorinen, she continues to appear with America's most prominent orchestra's:
the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Saint
Louis Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, and the National Symphony. She has
played widely throughout Europe and Asia, and with such foreign orchestras as
the Japan Philharmonic, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the Kuopio
Philharmonic (Finland) and the Orquesta Sinfonica de Castilla y Leon (Spain).
Last season she was the featured artists at the piano 2000 gala concerts in
Washington DC with the National Symphony under Leonard Slatkin, and made her
recital debut at Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival. This season opens
with a solo recital at Rockefeller University in NYC, chamber music with the
Rosetti Quartet, concerto appearances in NY, Sacramento and San Jose, and
another tour of Japan.

Ms. Buechner's recording of solo works by Gershwin was selected as "Record of
the Month" in May 1994 by Stereophile magazine, her 1997 recording of the
Bach-Busoni Goldberg Variations was profiled in the Recordings View column of
the NY Times Sunday Arts and Leisure section& her recordings of film music
concertos by Bernard Herrmann and Franz Waxman won Germany's coveted Deutsche
Schauplatten Preiss. Her 1999 Koch CD of the complete piano music of Miklos
Rozsa was nominated for best classical release by GLAMA Awards. Due for
release are piano music by Stephen Foster on ProPiano and Rudolf Friml on

Ms. Buechner is a champion of young American composers and has given
premieres of solo, concerto and film-interactive works by Pierre Charvet,
Richard Danielpour, Dick Hyman, Kenneth Lampl, Henry Martin and Paul Moravec.
She recently gave both the Boston and NY premieres of Larry Bells hour long
cycle of Prelude and Fugues. Ms. Buechner is also one of the only pianists
to actively perform with silent movies, last season being the 150 minute long
restored score to Ben-Hur which was presented at the Walter Reade Theatre by
the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

Ms. Buechner was a former faculty member at the Manhattan School of Music in
NYC and is currently on the faculty of New York University. She has also
presented master classes at the Boston and Peabody Conservatories, Indiana
and Northwestern Universities, the Shandelee Festival, the Royal Academy in
London and throughout Japan and Korea.

Please feel free to get back to me if you need anything else, or if you have
any other questions. I hope I will have the opportunity of working with you

Carrie Feiner
73 Fox Meadow Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583 USA
(914) 725-0200 - phone
(914) 472-4273/(914) 472-3321 (fax)

email: FeinerEnt@aol.com

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