Sanford-Hill Piano Series presents: 2022 Van Cliburn Bronze Medalist Dmytro Choni
Time and Location
Season tickets to all three concerts
This is a 10% discount!
On sale at the box office July 8 through October 12, by phone or in-person only
- $132 Section A
- $105 Section B
- $84 Section C
- $54 Section D
Single tickets to just one concert
On sale at the box office beginning September 1
- $49 Section A
- $39 Section B
- $31 Section C
- $20 Section D
Single ticket discounts
All students K-12 and college
- $5 tickets for seats in Section D! Available at the box office in-person only with student ID.
WWU Piano Students
- Sit free in Section B! Available at the box office in-person only with student ID.
Private Music Teachers and K-12 Music Teachers
- $10 tickets for seats in Section D! Available at the box office by phone, in-person, and online.
- Section A: Center of the front section with view of keyboard. Limited, order soon.
- Section B: Front section left with view of keyboard or pianist.
- Section C: Front and middle areas, good view of pianist.
- Section D: Rear and right seating, some seats may have view of pianist obscured by piano.
We are excited to host the most recent Bronze Medalist from the prestigious Van Cliburn International Piano competition (June 2022): Dmytro Choni from Ukraine!
About the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition
Widely considered one of the preeminent international music contests, the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition exists to share excellent classical music with the largest international audience possible and to launch the careers of its winners every four years. Building on a rich tradition that began with its 1962 origins in honor of Van Cliburn and his vision for using music to serve audiences and break down boundaries, the Cliburn seeks, with each edition, to achieve the highest artistic standards while utilizing contemporary tools to advance its reach. The world’s top 18- to 31-year-old pianists compete for gold in front of a live audience in Fort Worth, Texas, as well as a global online viewership of over 10 million.
In its 60-year history, the Cliburn has identified and ushered a host of exceptional artists to international prominence, including Olga Kern, Vadym Kholodenko, Radu Lupu, Jon Nakamatsu, Beatrice Rana, Yekwon Sunwoo, Joyce Yang, and Haochen Zhang. They have garnered Grammy® nominations, Diapason d’Or de l’Année awards, Gramaphone Awards, Avery Fisher Career Grants, and recognition from BBC Music and Radio, the Borletti-Buitoni Trust, International Piano magazine, and the Leonore Annenberg Fellowship Fund.