Kairy Koshoeva in Concert March 19th
Updated: Mar 9
Jacobs Music is proud to present Kairy Koshoeva, in "Appassionato," a SpirioCast recital in honor of Steinway & Sons Anniversary month. This event is free and open to the public. Seats are limited and must be reserved in advance at: https://jacobskairykoshoeva.eventbrite.com
When reserving tickets, you'll be able to select either the live performance in Philadelphia, or the SpirioCast in Princeton at Jacobs Music on Route 1. At the Princeton store, you'll be hear Dr. Koshoeva's live performance played on the Spirio piano in the store (with the keys and pedals moving!), while also viewing her live video. We invite you to experience this incredible technology and new type of live performance.
What is a Spirio?
First and foremost, a Spirio is a Steinway. Handcrafted in the New York factory, a Spirio possesses the very same proprietary soundboard, pinblock and piano action as any other Steinway & Sons grand pianos. The Steinway Spirio is the world’s first high definition recording piano that captures every nuance of touch, pedaling and artistry for a playback experience that is indistinguishable from the original performance. At this level of precision, you hear and experience every nuance and detail from the artist with no compromise.
Who uses a Spirio?
Steinway artists, the world’s best pianists, visit the Spirio studio to create piano performances you can experience live in your home.
What is a SpirioCast?
SpirioCast: The first ever software of its kind built seamlessly into the Spirio app to transmit high resolution music data perfectly in sync with video and audio from one Spirio to one or many Spirios.
Dr. Koshoeva has also been invited to perform at the National Conference of Keyboard Pedagogy in Lombard, IL, this coming July, as a member of the NSMS faculty and as a contributor to the Frances Clark Center’s 2020-2022 Piano Stories on Stage series.
One of Dr. Koshoeva’s other recent performance highlights includes a recital dedicated to her parents’ anniversary at the National Philharmonic Concert Hall of Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, last September. The first half of the program featured solo pieces by Bortkiewicz, Chopin, and Ogonbaev/transcribed by Burshtin.
For the second half of the recital, Dr. Koshoeva was joined by fellow Honored Artist of Kyrgyzstan, Aida Tashibaeva (cello), and People's Artist of Kyrgyzstan, Ernis Asanaliev (violin). They performed Gypsy Trio in G Major by Haydn, and Sonata in A major for violin and piano by Franck.