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Nikolai Saratovsky piano recital in Cambridge

Saturday 11 May, 2019, 18:30 - 20:00

Nikolai Saratovsky

Nikolai Saratovsky

This is the first opportunity to attend Nikolai Saratovsky’ performance in Cambridge.

CamRuSS is delighted to be able to assist with organising Nikolai’s concert.

Nikolai Saratovsky is an internationally acclaimed Russian concert pianist, said by many in the classical world to be having a “stellar career”.

At only 31 he has won a number of major international piano competitions and has an extraordinary repertoire, ranging from Bach to the latest contemporary composers.

He has performed solo and with orchestras in 24 world capitals across the globe including New Zealand, Belgium, Luxembourg, USA, Portugal, Spain, Taiwan, Japan and Russia.

In 2015 Saratovsky became a member of the International Certificate for Piano Artists program (ICPA) based in Brussels. His talent for educating a growing generation of young musicians gives him the opportunity to give master classes in Japan, Russia, USA, Canada, Luxembourg and Taiwan. He studied at the Moscow State Conservatory with Professor Elena Richter graduating with the Award for Academic Excellence and a Master’s degree and has gone on to win many awards, most notably the Russian President’s Award for his musical accomplishments.

His development is followed by world renowned artists such as Dmitry Bashkirov, Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri, Philipp Entremont, Jerome Lowenthal, Michel Beroff, Robert Roux and Artiom Agazhanov.

The programme will include:

– Schubert Impromptu in G Flat Op 90 No3

– Schumann Kinderscenen Op 15

– Chopin – Grande Valse Op 42 No 5 in A flat

– Rachmaninoff – Preludes Op 32 Nos 5 and 12

– Prokofiev – Dance of the Knights – Montagues and Capulets

Tickets: £10, £8 for CamRuSS members, Free for under 16 yo and AOP


Saturday 11 May, 2019
18:30 - 20:00


churchill college
Cambridge, CB3 0DE + Google Map

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