Featured Soloist  |   Sunday, September 17, 2017

Darrin Blumfield


It is with the greatest of pleasure that the Orange County Symphony announces that Darrin Blumfield will be our featured soloist on Sunday, September 17 as part of our Romantic Master’s night! Mr. Blumfield will perform Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3.


Mr. Blumfield follows in a long and very proud tradition of Classical Russian-Romantic Period piano playing. He has appeared throughout the United States and abroad.  Primarily trained by his father Coleman Blumfield, a student of the legendary Vladimir Horowitz, Darrin Blumfield is a world-class pianist who engages and captivates his audience playing with astonishing technique and deep musicality.


Darrin Blumfield took a break from the concert stage and became an attorney, practicing entertainment law both in California and New York.  Persuaded to return to the concert stage, he is once again becoming known for the poetry and passion of his piano playing.


Darrin Blumfield has been featured in numerous newspapers including the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post; receiving enthusiastic reviews and editorials profiling his musical accomplishments.  Darrin Blumfield has appeared at The San Juan Multicultural Arts Series, the Beverly Hills Public Library Concert Series and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.


A devoted father to his daughter Rachel, Darrin is a truly exceptional and multi-faceted member of the Southern California Jewish community. In the coming months, he will also be performing at Temple Bat Yahm. If you wish to inquire regarding Darrin Blumfield’s performance schedule or to invite him to perform at your event, please feel free to send a note to him at darrinblumfield@yahoo.com.



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