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Katya Grabova, piano, at Russia Culture House

Monday 17 May, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

- £15
7 Star Arts is delighted to present prize-winning Russian pianist Katya Grabova in recital at Russia Culture House in a concert to mark the opening of the new season and the return of live music.
Programme:
J S BACH – French Suite No. 4 in E-flat major, BWV 815
ROBERT SCHUMANN – Fantasie in C major, Op. 17
SERGEI PROKOFIEV – Sonata No. 2 in D minor, Op. 14
Tickets £15

Please note: tickets are limited due to social distancing so early booking is recommended. Audience members are asked to observe social distancing and other Covid-secure measures within the venue, including the wearing of masks and use of hand sanitiser. The venue will not admit patrons without a mask (this includes those who are exempt). Thank you for your understanding.

The first prize winner of the Moscow Mayor Grants Competition in 2019 and a laureate of International TV Competition «Nutcracker» Katya Grabova graduated with honours from Gnessin Music School in Moscow, Russia, where she studied with professors Tatiana Zelickman and Boris Berezovsky.

Katya has been rapturously received as soloist with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and Lviv Chamber Orchestra «Academia» performing with maestros Fabio Mastrangelo and Igor Pilatyuk.

Recent recital appearances include the Memorial Museum of Alexander Scriabin; the Great hall, the Rachmaninoff hall and the Small hall of Moscow Conservatory; the Tchaikovsky concert hall in Russia; the Shanghai Concert hall and the Wuxi theatre in China; the Lielais Dzintars concert hall in Latvia and many different concerts halls in United States of America, Israel, Austria, Spain, Germany, Poland and Slovakia.

An active pianist and chamber musician, she frequently collaborates in many music festivals such as Rheingau Music Festival in Germany, Tel-Hai master classes in Israel, «Bezszady bez granic» in Poland, Bowdoin music festival in United States of America. Katya is a winner of such competition as Neighaus Music Festival in Russia, «Mlody Virtuos» in Poland, «Sforzando» and Rubinstein international music competition in Germany and «Steps to the Mastery» in Russia.

During festivals and masterclasses Katya has worked with Michail Voskressensky, Vladimir Tropp, Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Vanessa Latarche, Victor Derevianko, Dmitri Bashkirov, Andrzej Jasinski, Soyeon Kate Lee and Ran Dank.

Currently Katya is studying in the Royal Academy of Music in London with Professor Mei-Ting Sun.

Venue

Russia Culture House
1st Floor, 37 Kensington High Street
London, W8 5ED United Kingdom
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Venue

Russia Culture House
1st Floor, 37 Kensington High Street
London, W8 5ED United Kingdom
+ Google Map