Celebrated pianist and composer Leonardo Le San has had a distinguished career of
performances, appearances, awards, and citations in newspapers, magazines, TV broadcasts as
well as artist recordings. Le San has been able to bring to his live concerts a youthful audience
and people from diverse backgrounds.
Leonardo Le San has performed in many prestigious settings. In April of 2012 he will be
featured as solo pianist and composer at the Lincoln Center’s Kaufman Center presented by
the Association of Critics for Entertainment (ACE) in New York City. Additionally, ACE
presented Leonardo as solo pianist/composer at the Gershwin Theatre in 2011. Le San will
present a concert in June 2012 for students at the Steinway Recital Hall in Philadelphia where
he will feature young piano students of various age groups. Throughout 2011 Leonardo also
performed for young people’s concerts at the Music Training Center’s Theater in Pennsylvania.
He recently made his Carnegie Hall debut in New York City in 2010. There, he presented a
solo piano concert in the Weill Recital Hall and performed works by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt
and Rachmaninoff alongside some of his own compositions, including the world premier of his
Suite for Piano, The Voices of My Town. The pianist dedicated this concert to Colombia’s 200th
anniversary and to Frederick Chopin, whose bicentennial was also celebrated around the world in
2010. The Epoch Times recommended Le San’s concert as one of the newspaper’s “NYC Event
Also in 2010, Le San performed a private piano concert in Boston at the Harvard Musical
Association in celebration of Beethoven’s birthday and was invited to be the featured artist
to open the ceremony of the Fifth Annual New York’s Book-Expo at the Queens Museum
of Art. In Winter 2009, Le San performed a solo concert to a diverse full house comprised of
college students as well as people from many different parts of the city in the Ibrahim Theater at
International House Philadelphia.