April through May 2010 - "Evenings of Piano Concerti Season III" was held at Good-Shepherd Church, Merkin Concert Hall and Consulate General of Poland in New York. Six piano-concerti evenings were presented with the invited Manhattan Chamber Orchestra under the baton of guest conductors Ken-David Masur, David Gilbert, Richard Auldon Clark and NYCA conductor Eduard Zilberkant. NYCA Artists Concert as an opening evening, two Winner's Concerts and three Rising Artists' Concerts were presented. This season has also included performances of two Chopin concertos and Schumann concerto to celebrate the composers' 200th birth year, one of which performed by Piotr Paleczny. The season opened its concert with four NYCA artists Klara Min, Alexandre Moutouzkine, Daniele Rinaldo and Quentin Kim, and Winner's evenings have included pianists Spencer Myer, Minsoo Sohn and NYCA's 1st International Concerto Competition winner, Anastasia Dedik.
October through November 2008 - "Evenings of Piano Concerti Season II" was held at Good-shepherd Church in New York. Six piano concerti-evenings were presented with Manhattan Chamber Orchestra under the theme Brahms, Beethoven, French/Belgian/English, Viennese, Contemporary/Premiere and American/American-influenced. For this season, notable performances were two consecutive Brahms concerti by James Tocco, NY premiere performance of a concerto by English composer, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and a concerto by American composer, John Corigliano.
September through December 2007 - "Evenings of Piano Concerti Season I" was held at the Yamaha Salon & Good-shepherd Church in New York. Eight piano concerti-evenings were presented with Manhattan Chamber Orchestra under the theme Bach, Haydn, Beethoven, Premieres of Contemporary Concertos and Chopin/Schumann/Mendelssohn. For this season, three new piano concertos were premiered, composed by a German composer, Reiko Fueting, and two American composers, Henry Martin and Robert Sirota. Performers were invited worldwide.
February through March 2006 - "Mozart 25 Piano Concerti – Commemorating Mozart’s 250th Birth Year." Eight keyboard concerti-evenings were co-presented with Yamaha Artists Services, Inc. with New York Sinfonietta. For this season, Mozart’s all 25 keyboard concertos were performed by notable pianists.