October Concert Guest Artist:
Pianist Henri Delbeau
Henri Delbeau started playing the piano at the age of seven. Soon after, he was a featured soloist with the Suburban Symphony Orchestra of the greater New York area. He has since been a guest artist with several other symphony orchestras, and also has played throughout the U.S. as a soloist and chamber musician.
Dr. Delbeau is the recent winner of the Boston International Piano Competition for Exceptional Amateurs and The Washington International Piano Competition, and recently performed at Anderson House as the grand prize for the latter. He will be appearing with the Lenox Symphony Orchestra this fall. He has been also featured on NPR ("Doctor and Piano man") with Scott Simon interviewing. He has studied with Mary Robbins, Greg Allen, Nancy Garrett, John Perry, Dickran Atamian and Jerome Lowenthal.
Dr. Delbeau obtained his medical degree from the Cornell University College of Medicine, and did his internal medicine residency at the New York Hospital. He is currently an inpatient internist at the Long Island Jewish Hospital, where he is also an Assistant Program Director for the Medicine Residency Program