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The first of four of Ching-Yun Hu’s recitals at Klavierhaus :

Get Classical brings pianist Pavel Nersessian and students from Park East Day School to Klavierhaus

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GetClassical In School on a school trip to Klavierhaus with Pavel Nersessian


An evening with Chamber Syzygy

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Please join us at the Salon at Klavierhaus for Chamber Syzygy this Wednesday 11/20/19 @7:30pm. Aziza Sadikova (Uzbekistan). Nagoracha for cello solo. Frangis Ali-Sade (Azerbaidzhan). Ask havasi (Love Song) for cello solo. Dmitry Shostakovich. Sonata for cello and piano in D minor, Op.40 Johanna Doderer (Austria). Volcano for violin and cello. Felix Mendelssohn. Piano Trio No.1 in D minor, Op.49 Asiya Korepanova, piano Julia Smirnova, violin Konstantin Manaev, cello. . . Former classmates at the Central Music School in Russia, cellist Konstantin Manaev and pianist Asiya Korepanova are joined by violinist Julia Smirnova for a chamber recital featuring exhilarating works by living composers of Europe and Asia, as well as all-time favorite masterpieces by giants Shostakovich and Mendelssohn. Both Konstantin Manaev and Julia Smirnova are artists of Teodor Currentzis' MusicAeterna orchestra debuting in New York the same week. Konstantin is the principal cellist of the orchestra.

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Klavierhaus & The Ted Rosenthal Quartet celebrating the 50th anniversary of Gwathmey, Siegel, and Kaufman at the Guggenheim

Introducing Martín García García!

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Klavierhaus Salon was honored to host the thrilling Martin Garcia Garcia! #piano #recital #klavierhaus Martín García García, born in Gijón, Spain on December 3rd, 1996 started his musical journey at the age of 5 with Natalia Mazoun and Ilyà Goldfarb of the Russian School. Since graduating from Reina Sofía's Music College he has been under the guidance of Ms. Galina Eguiazarova since he was 14 years old. Ms. Eguiazarova awarded him the honor of the Most Outstanding Student of the Chair award, which was presented by Her Majesty The Queen of Spain. Martín has won several first prizes at national and international competitions including the International Keyboard Institute & Festival 2018 in New York. Martin has performed in many of the great concert halls across Europe and has received great criticism from prominent musicians and pianists including Vladimir Krainev, Arcadi Volodos, Dimitri Bashkirov, Joaquín Achúcarro, and Tatiana Copeland (Sergei Rachmaninov's nephew). He was invited to participate in the International Ruhr Piano Festival (Germany) where he was sponsored by Mr. Radu Lupu. Martin is currently living in New York City under the guidance of Mr. Jerome Rose, pursuing a Master of Music in Piano at Mannes School of Music, The New School.

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Klavierhaus is honored to have Hala Al-Emadi prepare for her international debut at the UN General Assembly hosted for the first time by her home country of Qatar.