Buechner wraps Key Pianists season with superb and offbeat Japanese program

  • New York Classical Review

Buechner is a deeply experienced musician with the kind of technique frequently heard downstairs in Carnegie’s main hall; agile, powerful, and exciting. But what really sets her apart is found from the neck up—the program she put together was as thoughtful and superb as her pianism.


Review: Japan Meets France, Through a Pianist’s Sensitivity

  • The New York Times

As forms of wordless storytelling, mime and music are sister arts that rarely share a stage. Yet they came together on Thursday evening at Weill Recital Hall. There, the pianist Sara Davis Buechner was joined by the mime dancer Yayoi Hirano in a performance of Jacques Ibert’s “Histoires” in which the addition of spare, precise movements and Noh-style masks deepened the music’s mystery and whimsy.


The keystrokes of life

  • Temple University, Temple Now

Sara Davis Buechner talks with ‘The Philadelphia Inquirer’ about her career, life and upcoming performance at Rock Hall.


Sara Davis Buechner Comes Home

  • WNYC

With the academic year now in full swing, WNYC’s Sara Fishko talks to a seasoned pianist – now settling into a new university position, to share the music.


Pianist Sara Davis Buechner’s Remarkable Journey

  • Stay Thirsty Magazine

In possession of a fearsome technique, Sara Davis Buechner has enjoyed engagements as soloist with many leading U.S. orchestras that include the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, and the National Orchestra in Washington, D.C.


Pianist Buechner raises the rafters in Gershwin’s Concerto in F with the PSCO

  • Northwest Reverb

“I thought that I had heard most of the fantastic pianists who reside in the Pacific Northwest, but now I have to add another, Sara Davis Buechner, to my list after hearing her deliver an electrifying performance of George Gershwin’s Concerto in F with the Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra at the First United Methodist Church on Friday evening (April 29th).”