A formidable soloist, bringing depth, eloquence, and gleeful technical assurance.
San Francisco Chronicle
The breadth of Ms. Buechner’s artistry, spanning thundering fortissimos and chiseled passagework, as well as lyrical moments colored by a poetic sensitivity that was tempered by wit and judicious restraint
The New York Times
Buechner's playing was faultless, favoring a bright, forthright sonority.
The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Welcome to my new website!

Welcome to the new www.saradavisbuechner.com! Have a look around and let me know what you think… -Sara

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Rave Review of Beethoven Concerto No. 3 with Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra

Here are some highlights from a wonderful review of my performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra this past weekend under the…

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ADAGIO FOR THANKSGIVING

This beautiful Adagio is one of 24 new pieces for piano, entitled “The Wolf-Tempered Clavier” by Hungarian composer Péter Wolf. My first piano teacher, Veronika Wolf Cohen (cousin of Péter),…

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Too Many Notes – Mozart Moments Ep. 7

There’s a well known scene from the movie “Amadeus” where the composer Mozart is accused of writing too many notes. Of course, this causes a little bit of consternation (and…

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"Buechner's performance... with its soft contours and liquid, legato phrasing... had a beauty that might have taken even Mozart's breath away"

The Washington Post

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My first solo recital after the Covid Year.
I will play works of Mozart, Dvorak, Federico Longas, and George Gershwin (“Rhapsody in Blue”); and my own suite “Escenas callejeras del Bronx.”

JUNE
24 - 25
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“Orchestrating Change”
Interview with Rachel Hagemeier

Canton Symphony Podcast Series dedicated to making the concert hall a more welcoming place for previously ignored communities, and creating more acceptance and diversity on the stage.

JULY
13
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Mozart’s Piano Concerto in E flat major KV 449, and Joaquín Turina’s “Rapsodia Sinfónica,” conducted by Steven Byess.
I will make personal appearances at several outreach events during my week in Bentonville, as well.

JULY
16 - 22
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"Buechner has it all... intelligence, integrity and all-encompassing technical prowess"

The New York Times

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