Ronald Stein – sketches from the concert series
There is a Gentleman who goes by the name of Ronald Stein, who over the past few years has been attending the Markson Pianos concert series
to sketch some of our artists.
With a life long passion for music and art, Ronald has captured numerous musicians over the years such as Arturo Pizarro, Piatigorsky, Segovia, Barry Wordsworth, Lang Lang, the BBC Concert Philharmoinic & Symphony Orchestras, the LSO, the Oxford Philomusica & Philharmonia Orchestras, as well as many worldwide Orchestras, Quartets, choirs, and instrumentalists. Also completely neglected Piano & Harpsichord Tuners, etc., etc.’
Born in London’s Soho, Ronald started drawing at the age of three outside his parents shop.
Subsequently, he attended St. Martins School of Art, and while a student there, aged 18, he and other ecstatic students poured out onto nearby Trafalgar Square to listen to Winston Churchill give the famous VE day speech.
Here are some of Ronald’s sketches
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