Lee University's School of Music is hosting its 14th Annual International Piano Festival and Competition on June 24-30.
Schein will play the first of two recitals by guest artists on Monday at 7 pm.
Schein has been a concert artist since her 1957 debut in Mexico City. Since then she has performed thousands of concerts across every continent and played with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, New York Philharmonic, and the Philadelphia Orchestra, among others.
During the Kennedy Administration, Schein performed at the White House. “She drew the loveliest sound from the White House piano I have heard,” wrote the famed critic Paul Hume in the Washington Post. Schein has also been regarded as one of the premiere Chopin pianists of our time.