The Greenville Symphony Orchestra’s season got off to a brilliant start Saturday night at the Peace Center with Andrew von Oeyen’s poetic, sweeping account of Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2….He played the Chopin concerto with grace, fervor and chiseled clarity. Von Oeyen’s nuanced reading offered an appealing balance of the strength and delicacy the composer requires. Von Oeyen’s solid technique and probing musicianship were evident from the beginning of the work. In the achingly beautiful second movement – the emotional core of the concerto – Von Oeyen’s playing was exquisite…Von Oeyen dispatched the dazzling passages of the third movement with panache and fleet virtuosity. The enthusiastic Peace Center audience demanded an encore and they got it: Chopin’s lovely Nocturne in D-flat Major, Op. 27, No. 2, rendered with taste and sensitivity by Von Oeyen. I don’t know if I’ve ever heard a full house at the Peace Center so quiet, seeming to hang on every note.