2015 marks the 40th anniversary of Mark Damisch´s first tour. Damisch, an American concert pianist, started his career with his debut tour in 1975. After studying organ at the Evanston Conservatory of Music at the age of four, he performed his first piano concert at seven. As a teen, he toured Europe both as a pianist and also in a vocal group alongside the Vienna Boys Choir. In Salzburg’s Mirabel Gardens, he first considered the idea of touring on his own.
Damisch has toured more than 40 countries, including Japan, Israel, Australia, and more. He has performed in the Shuvalov Palace, raising funds for local orphanages; in Klin, at Tchaikovsky’s House; in Iskra, at the New Jerusalem Monastery; in Warsaw in the Museum of Jan Paderewski; and in Kyiv, Ukraine, at the National Philharmonic Hall to raise funds for local orphanages.
Join the Austrian Cultural Forum Washington, DC for a memorable night of music: