Thomas Pandolfi

Thomas Pandolfi returns to The Prizery stage with his concert featuring the “Bad Boy of Classical Music, Franz Liszt” at 3 p.m. Sunday.

Thomas Pandolfi returns to The Prizery stage with his concert featuring the “Bad Boy of Classical Music, Franz Liszt” on Sunday at 3 p.m.  

It promises to be an “excellent performance on The Prizery’s 9-foot Steinway Concert Grand,” according to Chris Jones, artistic director.

Call The Prizery box office for tickets at 434-572-8339 or purchase online at

Highlights during his 2018-19 concert season included engagements with the North Charleston Pops in South Carolina, Symphony of the Americas in Florida, Tysons McLean Orchestra in Virginia, Frederick Symphony in Marlyand, Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic in D.C., Tiraspol Philharmonic in Moldova, Daqing Opera House Orchestra in China and the Reston Chamber Orchestra in Virginia as well as a coast to coast recital tour including the Community Concert Associations of Craven in North Carolina, Miami Valley in Ohio, Topeka, Kansas, Seaford, Delaware, Brasstown, North Carolina, Laguna Woods, California, Turlock, California and Brookings Friends of Music in Oregon.

Following the spectacular success of Thomas’ Mozart/Beethoven and Chopin concerts for The Chamber Music Series at The Cosmos Club in DC, he again appeared twice on that series this season, as well as returned to the Palace Theatre in Tennessee and The Hylton Performing Arts Center in Virginia.

Pandolfi made his debut at the Maryland Concert Series this season and toured China with a full schedule of concerts during the month of November.

During the 2019-20 season, he will make debut appearances with both The Florence Symphony in South Carolina and The Kennett Symphony in Pennsylvania and enjoy return engagements with The Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra in Pennsylvnia, Symphonicity in Virginia, The Barton College Wilson Symphony in North Carolina, Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic in D.C., the Piedmont Symphony in Virginia and the Prince George’s Philharmonic Maryland.

He also will perform a 20 state recital tour throughout the United States.

Pandolfi has collaborated with numerous noted conductors, including Piotr Gajewski, Dimitru Goia, Sabin Pautza, Emil Seigbert Maxim, Peter Schmelzer, Mihail Agafita, Grigori Moseico, David Russell Hulme, Andreas Delfs, Elizabeth Schulze, Miriam Burns, Sebrina Alfonso, Nicholas Palmer, William Intrilligator, Kim Allen Kluge, Raffaele Ponti, Lawrence Eckerling, Ray Fowler, Glenn Quader, Scott Wood, Daniel Boothe, Robert Hart Baker, Crafton Beck, Lawrence Rapchak, Norman Nunamker, Ulysses James and Gordon Johnson.

His international concerts have carried him across the globe to China and Europe, as well as Canadian debuts in British Columbia and Toronto. 

Pandolfi’s appearance at The Prizery is sponsored by Jack and Bertha Jane Dunavant of Halifax.