The Mobile Piano Ensemble is a non-profit organization that performs a fall concert every year on multiple pianos. The concerts include a selection of pieces ranging from classical standards to popular show tunes. Concert membership includes approximately 30 highly trained pianists that are willing to devote many hours of practice and rehearsal time each year to make every concert a great musical experience.
October 11, 2014, 7:30pmOctober 12, 2014, 2:30pmDavidson High School Auditorium ( map)Admission $10 adults; Admission $5 children and students
63rd Anniversary Concert :: October 11, 2014 at 7:30 pm & October 12, 2014 at 2:30 pm
Mobile Piano Ensemble in an All-Steinway Piano Concert.
2012 Concert of the Mobile Piano Ensemble
What people are saying...
“Wonderful performance! My husband came with me and we enjoyed every minute of the concert. Especially the 12 hands playing the National Anthem! Looking forward to the next time.”~ M. Bryan“Just wanted to drop a note to say Bravo for this years program. We try to be sure to make each years performance and it is always delightful. Thank you so much for providing this for the City of Mobile each year.” ~ D. MandersonThe Mobile Piano Ensemble Club is an impeccable cultural resource and vehicle for the city of Mobile. Thanks for sharing your immense talents and profound artistry with the Mobile community...May God continue to richly bless the efforts of your fine ensemble.~ The Piney Woods School“Ya'll sure did a good job ~ The stage was beautiful with all the fall flowers, the lights were very effective, and I can tell everyone has done a LOT of hard work practicing for the concert. It was a very enjoyable afternoon!”~ M. Hawk
2014 Concerto SoloistWalton Green is a senior at the University of Mobile from Madison, Alabama. He will graduate this December with two degrees in Mathematics and Music. He studies piano in the studio of Mrs. Carol Evers. After graduating, he plans to pursue a graduate degree in Mathematics. He currently plays piano at Christ Presbyterian Church.
2014 Duo ArtistLinya Hsu was born in Tainan, Taiwan. Both of her parents were professional pianists. At age four, she started her piano training at home. At age eight, she was awarded the City Superior Award. In addition, she performed the Haydn Concerto on Taiwan television. After early musical training at home, she studied piano performance at the Chinese Culture Conservatory in Taiwan. She started her piano teaching career at the Yamaha Music for Children in Taiwan. After she arrived in the United States, she continued her piano study with Dr. William Smith at the University of Illinois and with Dr. Gallert Modos at the Illinois State University. She received her bachelor’s degree in piano performance at the Illinois State University. At both Illinois State University and University of Memphis, she received the Suzuki Piano Training. When she relocated to Mobile, she studied with Dr. Jerry Bush at the University of South Alabama for many years and continues to give piano lessons at home.
2014 Duo ArtistSue Trosclair graduated from Oberlin College Conservatory of Music in 1967. After moving to Spanish Fort in 1976, she joined the MPE in 1977. She has been featured as concerto soloist three times and duo artist seven times. Mrs. Trosclair taught piano for 45 years during which time she was active in all the local music teacher organizations and served as President of Alabama Music Teachers Association in the mid 1980’s. In 2003 she was named Music Teacher of the Year by AMTA. Now she is the Executive Director of George County Habitat for Humanity in Lucedale, MS where she lives with her husband Rev. Dick Trosclair. They have one son.