Posted Monday, June 18th, 2018

Peter Toth FREE Piano Recital at Morristown National Historical Park

The Morristown National Historical Park welcomes back acclaimed Hungarian pianist Peter Toth for a piano recital at 1 pm on Sunday, June 24. The free event will be held in Morristown NHP’s Washington’s Headquarters Museum, 30 Washington Place, Morristown, New Jersey 07960.

Morris County Arts: Hungarian Pianist Peter Toth Plays Sunday at Washington's HQ

Toth will play the park’s 1873 Steinway Grand piano in his second recital this year of a series scheduled at the National Park.

The programs are all at 1 pm on Sundays. Future dates are Sept. 16, Nov. 11, and Dec.16.

Peter Toth is one of the most recognized artists of his generation. He has performed in most countries in Europe, South America, and Asia.

His first released CD recording won the Grand Prize of the Hungarian Liszt Society (2006). Toth is a regular guest artist at various piano festivals and has been member of the American Liszt Society since 2011.

The program for this Sunday includes:

J.S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C sharp minor

Bela Bartok: Evening in Transylvania

Three Hungarian Folk Songs

Zoltan Kodaly: Transylvanian Lament

Transylvanian Tune

Franz Liszt: Valley of Oberman

The Bells of Geneva

For more information on the recital, contact the National Park’s Chief of Cultural Resources, Jude Pfister at 973-539-2016 x 204; or email: [email protected].