A laureate of the 12th Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition, Ukrainian-born pianist Inesa Sinkevych has also won first prizes in the Maria Canals International Piano Competition in Barcelona and at the Concurso Internacional de Piano Premio “Jaén” in Spain, as well as awards in the Minnesota International Yamaha Piano-e-Competition, the Vianna da Motta and the Porto international competitions in Portugal, the Casagrande International Competition in Italy, the Panama International Competition and the the Cidade del Ferrol and the Spanish Composers competitions in Spain.
A scholarship from the America–Israel Cultural Foundation enabled her to further her studies with Solomon Mikowsky in the United States, where she received her Master of Music degree at the Chicago College of Performing Arts and her Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Manhattan School of Music. Ms. Sinkevych has been a member of the Manhattan School of Music Piano Faculties of the College Division since 2014 and the Precollege Division since 2008.
“Pianist Irina Nuzova turned in an utterly beguiling performance…” (The Washington Post), “intensity of feeling” (La Nazione, Italy) and “profound interpretation” (Il Resto del Carlino, Bologna).
Irina Nuzova has appeared in recital as a soloist and as a chamber musician in the United States, Europe, and South America. She regularly gives lecture recitals and Master Classes at schools and festivals. Together with Wendy Warner Ms. Nuzova served as a Duo-in-Residence at the Music Institute of Chicago. Ms. Nuzova recently was appointed to the piano faculty at the Special Music School in New York.
For the past two summers Nuzova has taught and performed at the Interharmony International Music Festival and the Summit International Music Festival in Purchase, NY. Last summer Ms.Nuzova was teaching and performing in Prague, Czech Republic. Mrs. Nuzova is a member of the Camerata Phillips – an ensemble in residence at the Phillips Collection Gallery in Washington DC. She also serves regularly as a jury panelist.
Admission: $15 advance /$18 at door /$10 full time students with ID