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Daniel Milkis, violin and Nina Kogan, piano

Sep 21, 2014 - 04:00 PM

Daniel Milkis, violin

Nina Kogan, piano

Daniel Milkis is the grandson of two legendary violinists:  Lenoid Kogan and Elizaveta Gilels.  Daniel began playing violin at the age of 6.  In 2011 he graduated with honors from the Central Music School of Moscow and then began his education in the Moscow Conservatory.  Daniel's debut took place in New York City in 2000.  To date, he regularly performs in concerts in Moscow, Saint Petersburg and other Russian cities, as well las in Lithuania, Germany, Denmark, Italy, France, Canada and the United States.

Nina Kogan is the daugher of legendary violinists Leonid Kogan and Elisaveta Gilels.  She started studying the piano at the age of six and then attended the Central Music School for Gifted Children. Later she graduated from the Moscow Conservatory, receiving a D.M.A. with honors in the class of professor Yakov Flier. Nina Kogan is a top prize winner of the M. Long Piano Competition in Paris. She began concertizing at the age of 12. At age 13 she started performing with her father, Lenoid Kogan. Theirs grew into a unique collaboration that lasted almost 16 years until his untimely death in 1982. During these years she was the only pianist he ever performed with. Ms. Kogan performs a vast variety of chamber music and gives master classes all over the world. She has recorded for Deutsche Gramophone, EMI Sony, Phillips, Chant du Monde, etc.

This concert is open to the public free of charge as part of the Conservatory's community outreach.

Where:
Monmouth Conservatory
50 White Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701
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David Dubal, piano

Oct 19, 2014 - 04:00 PM

David Dubal, piano

David Dubal’s video, The Golden Age of the Piano, has been seen worldwide in four languages, and won him an Emmy Award. His book “Remembering Horowitz,” with 125 essays by world famous pianists includes a compact disc of Mr. Horowitz and Mr. Dubal in conversation

Recipient of the First ASCAP/Deems Taylor Award for broadcast journalism, Mr. Dubal has won numerous other honors, including the coveted George Foster Peabody Award for innovative broadcasting. He served as Music Director of WNCN in New York City from 1967-90, and was also producer and commentator for innumerable special broadcasts. From 2000, Mr. Dubal has had a program “Reflections from the Keyboard” heard on WQXR.org worldwide (105.9 New York) and as well as “The Piano Matters, “ a weekly program heard on WWFM.org highlighting the piano in comparative performance.

Mr. Dubal has been a faculty member of The Juilliard School since 1983, and joined the faculty of the Manhattan School of Music in 1994. He has performed in recitals and lecture-recitals in forty states, conducted master classes and lectured worldwide, and judged many international competitions, including the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. Mr. Dubal received a Doctor of Music from the State University of New York (SUNY).
 

This concert is open to the public free of charge as part of the Conservatory's community outreach.

Where:
Monmouth Conservatory
50 White Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701
Map

Duo Petrof, piano

Nov 16, 2014 - 04:00 PM

Duo Petrof, piano

Anatoly Zatin and Vlada Vassilieva perform together as Duo Petrof.

Anatoly Zatin is the winner of international music competitions and performer at festivals in Russia, Korea, Italy and Hungary. He has been awarded with the UNICEF Medal of Honor for his activities as pianist and conductor. He has toured Sweden, Norway Germany, Finland, England, France, Italy, Russia, Ukraine, Japan, China, Korea, United States and Mexico, performing a many of the world’s most important concert venues. He has recorded for companies such as “Melodia” in Russia, “Azzura Music” in Italy and “Aurora Records” in Japan. Graduated as Doctor of Musical Arts at the Saint Petersburg’s Conservatory of Music, at the present time he is chairman of the Music Department of the Fine Arts Institute of the University of Colima, Mexico.

Vlada Vassilieva has developed an important concert activity performing at the principal venues of Mexico, Russia, Ukraine, Austria, Italy, France, United States and Canada. Laureate of international competitions in Mexico, United States, Canada and Ukraine, she has been awarded Honorific Mentions at competitions in the Netherlands and Italy, as well as a performing fellowship by the National Foundation for Culture and Arts in Mexico. Ms. Vassilieva earned a BM at the Fine Arts Institute of the University of Colima and a MM at Mannes College for Music in New York City, as a Fullbright Garcia-Robles grantee.

This concert is open to the public free of charge as part of the Conservatory's community outreach.
 

Where:
Monmouth Conservatory
50 White Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701
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Baroque Concert

Dec 20, 2014 - 04:00 PM

Baroque Concert

Where:
Monmouth Conservatory
50 White Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701
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