The Westchester Community for Humanistic Judaism presents a concert and lecture by the pianist Peggy Reich, who will explore this in the music of composers of Jewish descent.
Peggy Reich is a pianist, a composer and has also added some conducting to her musical life. Ms. Reich has been playing since she was a child, and received her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from the Jacobs School of Music in Bloomington, Indiana. She studied under Menahem Pressler of the Beaux Arts Trio and Dr. Joseph Rezits.
She has performed as a soloist, in trios and duets, as well as one piano four-hand and two piano four-hand duets. Based in Scarsdale, New York, Ms. Reich has won many national and international competitions and has played at some of the most iconic venues on the East Coast, including Carnegie Hall and Kosciuszko Hall in New York City. Her concert tours have taken her across the United States from the East to the West coasts as well as to the islands in the Caribbean.