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Spectacular Piano Duo Concert
October 20, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Sharon Music Academy, 112 N Main St, Sharon, MA 02067, USA
Internationally-renowned pianists Boaz Sharon and Pavel Nersessian will perform a duo-piano recital at 6 p.m. Sunday, October 20th at the Sharon Music Academy. The pianists will play music by Ravel, Bizet and Prokofiev.
“Boaz Sharon and Pavel Nersessian are artists of international repute, and it is wonderful for Sharon Music Academy and the community to an have an opportunity to listen to them live” said Tanya Schwartzman, Music Director of the Sharon Music Academy. Admission is free but you need to RSVP by emailing us at email@example.com or calling (781)784-9079.
Sitting is very limited. Bring your own wine and cheese.
About Boaz Sharon
Boaz Sharon is Professor of Piano at Boston University. He is a Steinway Artist and Artistic Director of the Sichuan International Piano Festival, China.
An internationally renowned pianist and artist/teacher, he is the first prize winner and gold medalist of the Jaen International Piano Competition, Spain. A frequent judge on international competitions, he was on the juries of Top of the World Competition, Norway; Jaen International, Spain; Shanghai International E Competition; the Berliner Philharmoniker International; Rudolf Firkusny International; Prague, the Composers of Spain International Piano Competition, Madrid; Kaufman International, NYC; and Chairman of the Jury at the Sterinborgh National Competition in Xiamen, China. He also is a founder of the Liszt International Piano Competition in Moscow.
About Pavel Nersessian
“His performance brought a veritable roar of approval from the audience,” wrote the Irish Times, after Pavel Nersessian received the 1st Prize in the GPA Dublin International Piano Competition in 1991. As one of the most remarkable pianists of his generation in Russia, he is known for his ability to play equally convincingly in the whole palette of the piano repertoire. He won prizes in the Beethoven Competition in Vienna in 1985, the Paloma O’Shea Competition in Santander, and the Tokyo Competition.
Pavel Nersessian has been touring Russia and surrounding states from the age of eight, and has given performances in London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Cannes, Leipzig, Vienna, Budapest, Madrid, Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Dublin, Muenchen, Caracas, Rio de Janeiro, Belgrade, Cairo, Kiev, and many other cities.