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Joseph Kingma

Presented by Timucua Arts Foundation at Timucua, Orlando FL

Jan 27 2023
Joseph Kingma


Joseph Kingma, winner of the American Liszt Society’s 2017 Liszt International Piano Competition, enjoys a national and international career as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher taking the stage to perform Hayden, Schubert and Rachmaninoff.

Joseph Kingma, winner of the American Liszt Society’s 2017 Liszt International Piano Competition, enjoys an active national and international career as a soloist, chamber musician, and teacher. Eager to share the beauty of music with a wide audience, he maintains a busy and varied performance schedule in multiple genres. As a recitalist, his solo invitations include the Dame Myra Hess Concert Series in Chicago, the American Liszt Society in New York City, the Dorothy MacKenzie Price Piano Series in Toledo, the Music Institute of Chicago, the Timucua Arts Foundation in Orlando, the Good Shepherd International Concert Series in Minneapolis, L’Oasis Musicale in Montreal, and many others. He also has performed with many orchestras nationally, including the Monroe Symphony, Manassas Symphony, Palm Beach Atlantic Symphony, Spring Hill Orchestra, and Brazos Chamber Orchestra, and retains a wide-ranging concerto repertoire. An avid chamber musician, he has been a guest artist for the Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival. Additionally, his performances have been featured on Chicago’s classical music radio station, 98.7 WFMT.

“Mr. Kingma has one of the most beautiful sounds, or as the French say: touché, that I have ever encountered in my career. His sound is rich and encompassing, yet delicate and refined. His technique is completely flawless and his person on stage was dignified and charismatic at the same time. His musical expression is intense and tasteful.”
-Lucia Matos, Music Director, Illinois Valley Symphony

Haydn – Sonata No. 34 in E minor
Schubert – Wanderer Fantasy in C major, Op. 15
Rachmaninoff – Preludes Op. 10, Nos. 5-7
Rachmaninoff – Sonata No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 36 (Original 1913 Version)


$25 General Admission

Half-price tickets available for seniors, students, military, and frontline workers

Livestream tickets available

Contact: 3212343985


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Please bring a bottle of wine or a non-alcoholic beverage to share

Please arrive 15-20 min before show time for best parking and seating

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.



2000 S Summerlin Ave., Orlando, FL 32806

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