Nova Vista Symphony: Fate and the Fiddle Concert of Mozart, Glazunov and Beethoven
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Now, more than ever, Agustín Anievas stands alone. His few peers having long ago faded into retirement, the virtuoso pianist continues to play brilliantly, his technique as enviable as ever, his passion magically undiminished since the days when Time praised his "rhapsodic, deeply felt musical vision." One of the greatest American pianists alive, the man whom The New York Times called "the lion of the keyboard" comes to Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts to play Schubert, Beethoven and Chopin. Hear live some of the very pieces Anievas recorded for EMI -- albums which are now considered to be among the treasures of American classical music. See the event description for more details about the astonishing program of this sure-to-be memorable concert. Learn More
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Olena Komirenko, age 22, was born and raised in Kiev, Ukraine, where she began her musical education through a music pre-school, children’s choir, and then four years in Lysenko Kyiv Special Music School. She moved to North Carolina with her family in 1998, and continued further violin study under the guidance of North Carolina Symphony concertmaster Brian Reagin. During the five years she spent in North Carolina, Olena enjoyed many performance opportunities: chamber music at Duke University String School, orchestral playing with the Triangle Youth Philharmonic, as well as numerous concerts with her brother, pianist Sergiy Komirenko. In 2002, Olena came to California, where she currently studies with Jenny Rudin in the Bay Area. Olena is pursuing her undergraduate degree in Anthropology at UC Berkeley.
About the Ticket Supplier: Nova Vista Symphony
The Nova Vista Symphony, established in 1966, is composed of more than 60 volunteer musicians of wide age range and ethnic background. The orchestra’s fourfold mission is: to make live classical music attractive and accessible to individuals and families at a reasonable price; to expose youngsters to classical music and educate tomorrow’s audiences; to provide an opportunity for musicians talented but choosing careers other than music to perform with a top quality orchestra; and to provide a showcase for local soloists and composers.