Seventeen-Year-Old Mexican Pianist Daniela Liebman Returns to Cleveland Museum of Art

Photo by Shervin Lainez

Sun 10/13 @ 2PM

Seventeen-year-old Mexican pianist Daniela Liebman, who was born in Guadalajara and currently studies with a teacher in Fort Worth, Texas, already had quite a career. She made her orchestral debut when she was eight and has now performed with orchestras in the U.S., Mexico, Canada and South America. She released her debut album in June 2018, featuring Franz Schubert’s Op. 90 impromptus, Frederic Chopin’s third ballade, and Manuel Ponce’s Balada Mexicana. Her upcoming 2020 release will feature Maurice Ravel’s G Major concerto and Ponce’s piano concertos.

Her resume of recitals is impressive, and her schedule for the upcoming year is daunting, including many prestigious venues. It includes a return performance for Tri-C’s piano series taking place at the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Gartner Auditorium. The concerts are free.

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