Virginia Eskin, pianist
Performance Schedule


February 12
  North Hill   Recital for residents but the public is invited.
Women composers up to jazz!
March 10 - April 28   Keene State College
Keene, NH
  Virginia Eskin tackles New Hampshire artists colonies (five of them), great women musicians, painters & authors
Call or go to website to register
March 16   St. Botolph Club   Private recital featuring Boston women composers Hopekirk, Lang, Price, Beach
March 17
  Raytheon Theater
Northeasern University
Boston, MA
  Panel of experts, Beach documentary film rolls
FREE. Come and learn about our greatest woman composer!
1:30pm - meet and greet / snacks
2:00pm - panel
3:00pm - coffee break
3:15pm - viewing of film
4:30pm - post-film Q&A (brief); reception to follow
March 17
  Brookhaven   Recital
Amazing music by women!
March 24       New Hampshire Piano Teachers
Lecture/Recital by Virginia Eskin
June 16
  Jaffrey Civic Center   Ewing Winners Extravaganza Concert - FREE
Eskin, Gelter, songs, dance, music! Come and celebrate great ART in the galleries by Ewing winners paired to music
July 22
Time TBD
  Colebrook Tillotson Center for Arts   Benefit and showing of Beach Documentary film -
Details to follow
July 30
  Peterborough, NH
Unitarian Church
  Monadnock Summer LYCEUM. Music program at 10:30am. FREE.
JerriAnne Boggis," New Hampshire's Black Past"- Eskin shares music of Black composers: Taylor Coleridge Spirituals, Florence Price, Margaret Bonds, Ragtime
August 3, 10, 17   Keene Senior Center   MUSIC CAMP: Three Classes - What to listen for?
Classical, popular, jazz music demos to illustrate Bach, Brahms, women composers, and living ones. Summer fun in the music sphere!
Call 603-352-3051 to register
August 27
Time TBD
  St Gaudens   Ragtime in all guises; songs, piano works, chamber music in a glorious state park and sylvan setting
September 18‑20
Various dates
  Covenant House
Keene State College
Keene, NH
  CALL registration begins
What Makes Music Tick? Eskin demonstrates elaborate examples of music from Russia, Germany, France, Spain and USA. Why are certain works immortal: The  Warsaw Concerto, Revolutionary Etude?
October 16
  UC Church
Peterboro, NH
  Concert: Brahms Clarinet and Cello Trio; Clara & Robert Schumann works, Bernstein, Copland
Donation at door
October 22
  Redfern Arts Center
Keene State College
  Lecture and class for the NH Music Teacher’s Association Meeting


January 21
  North Hill Facility
Needham, MA
  Piano Recital
Free and friendly facility!
February 5
  Memorial Hall Library
2 North Main Street
Andover, MA
  Massachustts Piano Teachers
Women in Music - Eskin performs, chats, etc.
March 4
  Southeastern NH   Master Class at Merrimack Valley Piano Teachers’ Association Event
March 4 thru April 22   Covenant Living
95 Wyman Rd
Keene, NH
  CALL course
Through the Centuries with Jewish Music – Lainee Ginsberg and Virginia Eskin
The first four weeks of this class will be taught by Lainee Ginsberg and will cover Biblical and other ancient music, Cantorial music, Ashkenazic Yiddish and Klezmer Music, Sephardic Music in Ladino, and the beginnings of Jewish Choral music in the 17th and 18th centuries. Then, Virginia Eskin will take over for the next four weeks, specializing in piano works of great Jewish composers in the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. Prepare for a whirlwind tour of great music!
March 6
  Keene State College
Keene, NH
  Keene State College Faculty Concert
Virginia Eskin premiere's INTENSIVO, composed by Elaine Ginsberg, among other works