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Dmitry Rachmanov – Teachers’ Master Class
November 22 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Zoom meeting: Members: on Monday morning login to our Zoom page and join the meeting.
Guests: This meeting is open to the public for a $20 fee. To join the Zoom meeting, click here no sooner than 3 weeks prior to the meeting (Nov 1st) to register, pay and receive a link to the meeting.
DMITRY RACHMANOV is the Chair of Keyboard at CSU Northridge. He has served on the faculties of Manhattan School of Music, Roosevelt University, and has appeared as a guest artist/lecturer at The Juilliard School, New England Conservatory, Beijing Central and Shanghai Conservatories. His appeared in concert at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, London’s Barbican and South Bank Centres, in major halls of China, and was soloist with Ukraine National Symphony, National Orchestra of Porto and Vidin Sinfonietta, among others. He has recorded for Naxos, Parma, Master Musicians and Vista Vera labels. Rachmanov is a founding member of the Scriabin Society of America and has given world tours featuring the music of Alexander Scriabin. He is also the president of the American Liszt Society’s Southern California Chapter, and a co-director of the CSUN biennial ChamberFest. A recipient of numerous awards, Dr. Rachmanov was named the 2018-19 Research Fellow at CSUN’s Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication. Rachmanov is a Steinway Artist.
This Master Class is a Fundraising Event. NEPTA is pleased to present this Master class as a benefit for teacher educational enrichment. Donations are welcome! Your donation will go toward NEPTA Susan B. Demb Teacher Enrichment Grants. You may make a donation here or, mail a check made out to NEPTA to our treasurer, Shizue Sano, (2 Celia Circle, Methuen MA 01844), or make a cash donation at the Master Class meeting.
Tickets for non-members and guests: $20
Simon Xu – Piano Sonata no. 2, op. 19 – Aleksandr Scriabin
Wanda Paik – Three Concert Etudes, S.144 No. 3 “Un Sospiro” – Franz Liszt
Jia Shi – Waltz in E Minor – Frédèric Chopin
Questions about the Teachers’ Masterclass? Email here.