Soheil Nasseri, a classical pianist who currently lives in Berlin, will perform at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton on Sunday at 3 p.m. Born in California, Mr. Nasseri moved to New York at the age of 20 and since then has performed in concert halls around the world, among them Berlin’s Philharmonie, London’s Southbank Centre, Florence’s Teatro Comunale, and St. Petersburg’s Philharmonia.
During the same period, he performed 20 solo recital programs in New York — all without repeating a single piece — at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and Merkin Concert Hall. The Rogers Library program will include works by Schubert and Schumann as well as Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata.” The program is free and will be followed by a reception.
The library will offer a musical change of pace next Thursday at 6 p.m., when it will host a sing-along in memory of Pete Seeger and his wife, Toshi. The Musical Suspects — Terry Sullivan, Dan Koontz, and Bill and Ben Chaleff — will lead the program, which is free.