The Washington Post on PMH’s April 2 concert: “almost sure to sell out”

The Washington Post‘s music critic, Anne Midgette, previews Pro Musica Hebraica’s Spring 2012 concert:

Secret tip: Marc-Andre Hamelin’s last recital in Washington was one of my favorite concerts in 2011. He returns this spring for an intriguing recital exploring the music of France’s two most successful 19th-century pianist-composers, Chopin and Alkan, and the reason why one is remembered and the other is virtually forgotten. Presented by Pro Musica Hebraica in the Kennedy Center’s diminutive Terrace Theater, the event is almost sure to sell out. April 2 at 7:30 p.m.

You can purchase tickets from the Kennedy Center here.