18th Century Italian & French Music for Piano & Oboe March 11 at Main Library
18th Century Italian & French Music for Piano & Oboe will be performed by Russian immigrants, Yuri Maizels and Luba Fedorov, on Sunday, March 11 at 2:00 p.m. at the Main Library, 800 Vine Street. The free concert is sponsored by the Alfredo Valerio Trust Fund.
Yuri Maizels is an oboe soloist and educator who has performed with world-famous conductors such as M. Jansons, Y. Temirkanov, and V. Svetlanov. His large repertoire includes numerous concertos and solo pieces from Handel to Shostakovich. A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, he is a graduate of Leningrad State Conservatory. A passionate promoter and educator of music, his students are playing in major orchestras around the world.
Luba Fedorov is also a native of Russia who has pursued a career in music for the past 30 years. For 22 years Ms. Fedorov taught piano and was head of the Department of Chamber Ensemble and Accompaniment at a music college in Khabarovsk. Since arriving in the United States in 1992, she has continued teaching piano at the Toedtman School of Music and at the Friends Music Camp. She also plays the piano for the School for the Creative & Performing Arts.
Interpreter available upon request for the hearing impaired. Please call 513-369-6944 [TDD 513-369-6946] at least one week before program.
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