Award-winning Russian pianist Victor Maslov will be playing at Clare Hall to raise funds and awareness for the Raymond Nicolet Trust on Saturday 24 July from 8pm.
Location: Dining Hall, Clare Hall, Herschel Road, Cambridge CB3 9AL.
Tickets: £15 (adults), £10 (children/students).
To book in-person tickets, please go to the Raymond Nicolet Trust's website.
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About the musician:
Coming from an eminent musical family, Victor gave his first concert performance at the age of nine. He studied initially at the Gnessin Moscow Special School of Music, and also took masterclasses with the great Dmitry Bashkirov. International recognition came fully ten years ago with a concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall, where he was acclaimed for the breadth of his mastery of the repertoire. Indeed, listening closely to his recordings reveals the depth of empathy for the singular properties of composition in all the main historical idioms: baroque, romantic and modernist. In the last decade he has played with numerous major orchestras internationally and won many piano competitions, a rise crowned by his winning the Moscow Rachmaninov piano competition in 2020.
Victor currently holds the prestigious Carne Trust Fellowship at the Royal College of Music in London where he is studying with Professor D. Alexeev and V. Latarche. It is a distinctive feature of this Fellowship that the holder is an ambassador for the college and contributes to its life and public profile in diverse ways.
J.Haydn Sonata in b-minor Hob.XVI/32
S.Rachmaninov Etudes-Tableaux op.39 no. 4 and 9
M.Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition
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