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Thu, Sep 28


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One Piano Four Hands & Wine Reception

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One Piano Four Hands & Wine Reception
One Piano Four Hands & Wine Reception

Time & Location

Sep 28, 2023, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT

New York, 15 E 65th St, New York, NY 10065, USA

About The Event

Join The Camaraderie for a very special, dreamy evening in Manhattan as we join attend an intimate performance by Anna Bogolubova

and Irina Nuzova presented by the Lyric Chamber Music Society at the private Kosciouszko Foundation on the Upper East Side. 

We'll be transported to a different and magical time and place during this one-of-a-kind opportunity, and then treated to a wine reception as well. 

Don't miss the chance to attend this event that will take us behind the scenes of NYC and give us a glimpse of music and art at it's best. 


Igor Stravinsky: Rite of Spring​ ​ 

Sergei Rachmaninov: Selected Four Hand works from Op 11 ​ 

Sophia Gubaidulina: Chaconne ​ 

Anna Bogolubova: One 

Myroslav Skoryk: Extravagant Dances ​ ​ 

Anna Bogolubova is one of the leading pianists/composers in Ukraine. In addition to her many television and radio performances, she was featured on a National TV Ukraine documentary – “Anna Bogolubova – Composer and Pianist.” She has performed solo recitals in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Austria, Germany, Andorra, Italy, Poland, Russia, and the Ukraine. 

After her highly successful solo debut at the age of 8 in the famous Odessa Philharmonic Hall, Anna was admitted to the Stolyarsky Music School where she was under the patronage of Anatoly Kardashef. At the age of 10, Anna was selected to perform Beethoven’s 2nd Piano Concerto under the direction of Garry Oganezov, launching her in a performing career through her native country. 

She holds both Bachelorand Master’s Degrees from The Juilliard School for the Performing Arts and studied with Oxana Yablonskaya. In August 2007, Naxos released a CD of her performing two concertos by H. K. Hedley with Russia Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Dmitry Yablonsky.  In 2010, she co-founded BOMAA (Beauty of Music and Art) in New York City. ​

Critics have applauded classical pianist Irina Nuzova for her “rise above mere virtuosity” (The Washington Post), “intensity of feeling” (La Nazione, Italy) and “profound interpretation” (Il Resto de Carlino, Bologna). Nuzova has appeared in recital as a soloist and as a chamber musician in the United States, Europe, and South America. In Europe, she has performed as part of the Amici della Musica concert series in Florence; at the Teatro Massima in Catania, Italy; Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg; the Moscow Conservatory, and in the Netherlands. In the United States, she has played at the Phillips Collection in Washington D.C., Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall and the Kosciuszko Foundation in New York; and as part of chamber music series including the Rhode Island Chamber Music Concert Series and the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago. In recital with Wendy Warner, Nuzova has performed at the Music Institute of Chicago, the Phillips Collection, in Toronto, in Boston, and the Rockefeller tri-Institutional series in New York City.

Nuzova is a native of Moscow, Russia. She made her debut with the Omsk Philharmonic at the age of 14. She studied at the Gnessin Academy of Music under the guidance of Alexander Satz before moving to the United States. Nuzova continued her musical education at the Manhattan School of Music with Lev Natochenny, and at Juilliard where her teachers were Oxana Yablonskaya and Jerome Lowenthal.  To further herself as a musician she worked for many years in the cello studio of Harvey Shapiro at Juilliard and pursued individual studies with pianists Jean-Bernard Pommier, Eteri Andjaparidze, and Vladimir Feltsman. Nuzova earned her Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the Hartt School of Music (University of Hartford, Connecticut). She regularly gives lecture recitals at schools and festivals. Ms. Nuzova is a member of the piano faculty of the Special School of Music in New York City and of Bard College's pre-college division.

Places are very limited so don't wait to register. 

Open to all women and first-timers are encouraged! Our events are 100% friendly and welcoming, specifically designed for ladies to attend alone and without knowing anyone prior!

Your registration covers performance admission, wine reception and admin fees.

Advanced registration is required. 


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