Lunchtime Piano Recital Piano Recital with Evelyne Berezovsky

Thursday 1st November 2012 1pm

Piano Recital with Evelyne Berezovsky

Overview

Programme:

Beethoven: Sonata in F major Opus 10 No.2

Chopin: Barcarolle, Opus 60

Scriabin: Sonata no.4 in F# major Opus 30

The Artist:

Evelyne Berezovsky - (Piano): started playing the piano at the age of five and two years later joined the class of Ilana Davids at the Purcell School of Music. In 2009 she won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music in London where she now studies with Hamish Milne.

She made her first public appearance at the age of seven at St. Luke’s Church in London and has since then performed at major venues in London, including the Wigmore Hall, St. John’s Smith Square and the Southbank Centre, and at concert venues in Germany, Belgium, Holland, France, Norway, Russia and Japan, including a recital at the renowned piano festival in La Roque d’Antheron.

Evelyne first played with orchestra at the age of eleven, performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto K415; she has since played with the “I Maestri” Orchestra and the London Musical Arts Orchestra, as well as collaborating with her father, Boris Berezovsky, in Mozart’s Double Concerto K365 in Holland with the Enschede National Symphony Orchestra under Jaap van Zweden.

Later that year Evelyne was invited to perform at the Mozart Festival in Tokyo with the Tokyo Mozart Players under X. Roth. As a chamber musician she has appeared at the Festival Allgemeine Musikgesellshaft Basel, the Chelsea Arts Club in London, given tours in Italy and performed with tenor Ben Johnson, violinist Mathiew van Bellen and cellist Jonathan Bloxham at the Northern Chords Festival in Newcastle.

In February 2012 she won First Prize in the International 'Lagny-sur-Marne' Piano Competition in France by a unanimous decision of the jury; she also won the Audience Prize, the Mayor’s Prize and the Students’ of the Conservatoire Prize.

Future performances include recitals and broadcasts in the UK and the Isle of Man, Belgium, Russia, France, Germany, and Japan, including Chopin Concerto No.2 with the newly formed 'Hulencourt Soloists Orchestra' and Rachmaninov Concerto No.1 with the Thai Philharmonic in Bangkok in January 2013.

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Overview

Programme:

Beethoven: Sonata in F major Opus 10 No.2

Chopin: Barcarolle, Opus 60

Scriabin: Sonata no.4 in F# major Opus 30

The Artist:

Evelyne Berezovsky - (Piano): started playing the piano at the age of five and two years later joined the class of Ilana Davids at the Purcell School of Music. In 2009 she won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music in London where she now studies with Hamish Milne.

She made her first public appearance at the age of seven at St. Luke’s Church in London and has since then performed at major venues in London, including the Wigmore Hall, St. John’s Smith Square and the Southbank Centre, and at concert venues in Germany, Belgium, Holland, France, Norway, Russia and Japan, including a recital at the renowned piano festival in La Roque d’Antheron.

Evelyne first played with orchestra at the age of eleven, performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto K415; she has since played with the “I Maestri” Orchestra and the London Musical Arts Orchestra, as well as collaborating with her father, Boris Berezovsky, in Mozart’s Double Concerto K365 in Holland with the Enschede National Symphony Orchestra under Jaap van Zweden.

Later that year Evelyne was invited to perform at the Mozart Festival in Tokyo with the Tokyo Mozart Players under X. Roth. As a chamber musician she has appeared at the Festival Allgemeine Musikgesellshaft Basel, the Chelsea Arts Club in London, given tours in Italy and performed with tenor Ben Johnson, violinist Mathiew van Bellen and cellist Jonathan Bloxham at the Northern Chords Festival in Newcastle.

In February 2012 she won First Prize in the International 'Lagny-sur-Marne' Piano Competition in France by a unanimous decision of the jury; she also won the Audience Prize, the Mayor’s Prize and the Students’ of the Conservatoire Prize.

Future performances include recitals and broadcasts in the UK and the Isle of Man, Belgium, Russia, France, Germany, and Japan, including Chopin Concerto No.2 with the newly formed 'Hulencourt Soloists Orchestra' and Rachmaninov Concerto No.1 with the Thai Philharmonic in Bangkok in January 2013.

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