Shota Homma struggled with the fast and arpeggiated movements of Robert Schumann’s Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor.
But on Sunday, the second-year music student played the piece in front of thousands of audience members at Carnegie Hall.
String lights and cookies set the mood in Parking Structure 7, which served as an impromptu concert venue for the band Santiago’s Trip.
“The space seats little more than 20 people … but we get the best energy from these performances,” said Sahfa Aboudkhil, the band’s lead singer.
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