Pianofest in the Hamptons Announces 31st Season

Pianofest in the Hamptons Launches 14 Concerts Featuring Highly-Gifted Pianists From Around the World

One of the premiere summertime classical music festivals, Pianofest in the Hamptons launches the 2019 season concerts and prepares to perform for audiences in the Hamptons and around the world.

Last summer was the first time Pianofest pursued live-streaming and reached nearly 10,000 views in total. With the help of Artist-in-Residence Konstantin Soukhovetski, Pianofest streamed the Monday night concerts throughout the entire season and looks forward to pursuing more live-streaming this coming summer. Check the Facebook page for updates.

In addition to the Southampton Cultural Center, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, and Avram Theater, Pianofest expands this year to include two additional concerts at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.

All concerts feature curated evenings of world-class music and an opportunity to meet the artists during post-concert receptions.



Levitas Center for the Arts
Southampton Cultural Center
25 Pond Lane

  • Monday, June 24, 5 PM (Season Opening)

Avram Theater, Southampton
239 Montauk Highway
All concerts begin at 5 PM.

  • Monday, July 1

  • Monday, July 8

  • Monday, July 15

  • Monday, July 22

  • Monday, July 29

  • Monday, August 5

  • Monday, August 12



St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
18 James Lane, East Hampton
All concerts begin at 6 PM.

  • Wednesday, June 26

  • Wednesday, July 10

  • Wednesday, July 24

  • Wednesday, August 7



Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach
All concerts begin at 7 PM.

  • Thursday, June 27

  • Thursday, August 8

All tickets are $20 per person (students free) at the door only for Southampton and East Hampton concerts. Tickets are $23 at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center. No reservations needed. All concerts are followed by receptions to meet the artists and mingle with Hamptons' society. For further information please call 631-329-9115. Learn more at pianofest.com.

Watch this exhilarating recording - one piano, eight hands featuring some of our previous Pianofest students performing Albert Lavignac's Galop Marche. Part of this is filmed using a GoPro camera.

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