International First Lady of Piano Performs in Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Inquirer
October 16, 2012

"With introduction by CBS Anchor Pat Ciarrocchi, Teresa Walters, known as the "International First Lady of Piano," graces the stage at Neumann University on Sunday, October 21 at 2 p.m.

Whether performing for European royalty at Esterhazy Palace, in Beijing’s Forbidden City Concert Hall, at New York’s Lincoln Center, or for Children’s charities in Delhi, Teresa Walters is world renowned for her brilliant performances. She is, according to The London Times, "an enormous talent."

The Budapest Sun notes that you won’t want to miss seeing her fingers "give off sparks as she takes the keyboard into orbit." A world-class entertainer, Walters is known as an artist blessed with the ability to truly communicate and connect with audiences. In New York, her Lincoln Center concert received standing ovations with the press raving, "One was simply blown away."

Walters will play a program entitled Cameos of Great Composers and Well-Loved Masterworks. The program will feature a variety of composers such as Ludwig Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Modeste Moussorgsky, Franz Liszt and George Gershwin. For one night only, Teresa Walters brings her passion and musical talents to Neumann University for a concert that will delight music lovers of all ages."

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