Organist Monica Czausz plays Fresno State in North American tour

Monica Czausz

Following several performances in Europe in 2019, Monica Czausz will perform at 3 p.m., Sunday, March 8 in the Fresno State Concert Hall as part of the Philip Lorenz International Keyboard Concerts. Tickets are $25 general, $18 senior, and $5 for students. Parking is free in lots P1 or P4.

A true rising star among classical musicians, Monica Czausz has quickly made a name for herself as one of the finest young American organists on the scene today receiving praise for her “artistic mastery far beyond her years” (The American Organist).

Monica Czausz
Monica Czausz

Currently completing an Artist Diploma at the famed Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, she enjoys a thriving performance career in Europe and the United States where she has appeared at Broadway Baptist Church in Forth Worth, St. John the Divine in New York City, the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, and Trinity Church in Boston.

The concert is co-sponsored with the San Joaquin Valley Chapter, American Guild of Organists.

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