Enrico Pace: Acclaimed Pianist Will Visit Campus


Join the TCU School of Music as it hosts its Green Honors Chair and internationally renowned recording artist and pianist Enrico Pace, March 24-26.

Enrico Pace

Enrico Pace

Pace will present a masterclass, Q&A and a special performance in the Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU.

Originally from Rimini, Italy, Pace studied piano at the Rossini Conservatory, where he graduated in Conducting and Composition, and later at the Accademia Pianistica Incontri col Maestro. The start of his prolific career began with his triumph in the Utrecht International Franz Liszt Piano Competition where he won first prize in 1989.

He has performed with major orchestras including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Rome, among others.

Pace has toured extensively in cities such as Milan, Rome, Berlin, London, Munich, Prague and various cities in South America. Recent highlights include the Beethoven Sonata cycle with Leonidas Kavakos at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Athens, Florence, Milan, Amsterdam, Moscow and Tokyo.

Free admission.

Join us for the Green Honors Chair with Enrico Pace from March 24-26.

The Cecil H. and Ida Green Honors Chair program brings scholars and artists of national and international stature to campus for short residencies to promote new ideas and community collaboration.