Classical Pianist Natsuki Fukasawa Performs Online at St. Paul's in Walnut Creek

Saturday, June 19, 2021, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
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When:  Saturday, June 19, 7pm pdt

Where:  Online Live Link Provided through Website Below 

Contact: Deborah Webster

Tel.: 925-297-0134




St. Paul’s Concert Series is excited to present Classical Pianist Natsuki Fukasawa in a live performance broadcast from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Saturday, June 19 at 7pm PDT. This live performance will be broadcast online only (no live audience attending). 

 Concert Pianist Natsuki Fukasawa's music career has taken her throughout U.S. cities as well as to Europe, Scandinavia, Israel, Australia, Brazil, Japan and China, performing at such venues as Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center and Copenhagen’sTivoli Concert Hall.  Fukasawa has won many accolades and international prizes, including rave reviews in Strad and Fanfaremagazines and the Best Chamber Music Recording of theYear from the Danish Music Awards.

She is currently on faculty at American River College and the University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music. She also has taught at California State University Sacramento, and Saint Mary's College of Moraga.  She studied at the Czech Republic's Prague Academy of Music as a Fulbright Scholarship recipient and received a Performer’s Certificate Degree.  She also earned her Bachelor and Master's degrees from New York's Juilliard School and Doctorate from the University of Maryland.

After the performance, our performer will dialog with our audience through comments submitted from the online chat.

This performance is being broadcast online; our in-person performances at St. Paul's have been postponed until it is safe to congregate again. Please visit our webpage at to access the ticket registration, donation links. and links to the Concert Program.

Located in downtown Walnut Creek, the St. Paul’s Concert Series offers monthly world-class performances to the local community for an affordable, donation-based cost.  Average donations are $20/$10 students. All are welcome, regardless of donation.