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Grace Nikae

Sonata No. 27 in E minor, Op. 90 by Beethoven; Jeux deau by Ravel; Sonata No. 2 in G minor, Op. 22 by Schumann; Processional for Piano by Crumb; Sonata, Sz. 80 by BartókPianist Grace Nikae has compiled a remarkable resume for a performer her age, but then, she got an early start, performing publicly since age three and debuting as orchestral soloist with the Honolulu Symphony at age eight. Since then, she has performed at such eminent venues as Carnegie Hall and the Corcoran Gallery, and secured a reputation as one of the finest and most compelling artists of her generation, hailed internationally for her “poetic and fiery” playing and “superb technique and powerful expressiveness.

Old First Concerts has volunteer opportunities available!

Our concerts rely on the generosity of volunteers to assist with simple tasks like:


distributing programs

box office

set-up and clean-up

Scheduling is flexible — you choose when to work! We especially need helping hands for our Friday and Saturday night performances.

An excellent opportunity for students, seniors, or anyone who possesses a love for music!

If you’d like to consider volunteering with Old First Concerts, please contact for more information.