Шопен - Этюд соч.10/4 Анжела Юрченко, фортепиано
Schubert - Klavierstucke
Beethoven - Sonata no.23 'Appassionata"
Chopin - Nocturne op. 72/1
- Etude op.10/9
Liszt - Consolation no.3
- Tarantella from "Annees de pelerinage"
The Chamber Orchestra of the Odessa Philharmonic
September 25, 2013
Artistic director and principal conductor
Honoured artist of the Ukraine
J.Freindlin - Voice of the Oblivion
J.Freindlin - Concerto for two clarinets and string orchestra
Soloists: Leonid Popov and Ivan Pinti
Mozart - Piano Concerto no. 20 K466 for piano and orchestra
M.de Falla - Pantomime and Ritual Fire Dance from" El Amor Brujo" for piano and string orchestra
Soloist: Angela Yurchenko (USA)
Concert Host - Ludmila Sergeichuk
The Ministry of Culture
of the city of Kaluga, Russia
Mozart and Chopin: Piano Concerti
October 20, 2012
Pianists Angela Yurchenko, Polina Kuznetsova, Alina Seregina
Mozart- Piano Concerto no.21- A.Seregina, piano
Chopin - Piano Concerto no.1 - A.Yurchenko,piano
Mozart - Piano Concerto no.20 - P.Kuznetsova, piano
Alexander Levin, conductor
Kaluga Chamber Orchestra
The Ministry of Culture
The City of Kaluga
April 18, 2012
(New York, USA)
With the participation of:
Elena Shumaeva, soprano
Victoria Tantlevskaya, piano
Elena Korelskaya, cello
Program to include: Couperin, Lebegue, Vivaldi, Franck, Saint-Saens, Brahms, Schumann, Wagner - premiere arr.A.Yurchenko
More information: +7(4842)79-59-32
Fazioli Piano Loft in the NY Times
The Fazioli Piano Loft was mentioned in the NY Times
this past Sunday.
The concert series at the Fazioli Piano Loft at the Union County Performing Arts Center in Rahway, NJ on Saturday evening featured Cuban pianist Adonis Gonzalez and Russian pianist Angela Yurchenko (pictured above), who both despite the inclement weather outside, delivered stellar performances inside to the delight of all present. The concert consisted mostly of Cuban and European classical music.
Excerpt below from the NY Times article,
‘At a Jazz Series, a Piano Also Stars’
By TAMMY LA GORCE Published: April 15, 2011
“The arts center is currently only one of two places in New Jersey where the public can hear a Fazioli, according to Paolo Fazioli, the founder of the company, which is based in Sacile, Italy.
The other place is Kean University in Union, which bought one of the handmade Italian pianos in 2009 for its 324-seat Gene and Shelley Enlow Recital Hall.
Only 200 of the pianos, which cost $80,000 to $200,000, have been shipped to the
United States since the company started selling them here in 1994, according to Mr. Fazioli. One high-profile owner is the Juilliard School in Manhattan, where the music division, dominated by Steinways, recently bought a Fazioli after leasing one since last year...
...The 1,000-square-foot loft, outfitted with theater lighting, a wood floor and folding chairs, was added to the building for music and small theatrical productions in 2008. (The Fazioli is also used when needed in the main auditorium at UCPAC, which seats 1,300.)”
Saturday, April 16, 2011 @ 8pm
Fazioli Piano Loft at UCPAC presents:
Get Personal With Music
A Stunning Night of Virtuoso Piano
About Adonis Gonzalez
"The playing of this internationally acclaimed Cuban pianist can be described only in superlatives.", Esslingen Zeitung, Germany
Adonis Gonzalez, whose playing has been described as of inimitable elegance and highest virtuosity, made his official debut with the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kristjan Järvi in Germany last year.
He has performed as a soloist with many orchestras around the globe, including among others the National Philharmonic of Venezuela, the Vienna Residence Orchestra in Austria, the Junge Süddeutsche Philharmonie Esslingen in Germany, Sinfonica del Tolima in Colombia, the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, USM Symphony Orchestra, Rutgers Symphony Orchestra, Central Jersey Symphony Orchestra, New York City Opera Orchestra, and many others.
About Angela Yurchenko
Angela Yurchenko was born near Moscow, Russia. She began studying piano professionally when she was 8 years old, and since the age of 13 has had solo performances in Russia and America.
The host of WQXR's radio program Reflections from the Keyboard, David Dubal, at who's classes at the Juilliard School of Music Angela Yurchenko has often played, especially noted her "exquisite musical taste and virtuoso technique." Her unique interpretation of Chopin was especially noted by New York musicians.
She has participated in many concerts in New York and New Jersey, and in addition to an extensive solo repertoire, also has a large concert repertoire of chamber music and is a pianist for a trio in New York City.
UCPAC Union County Performing Arts Center
Fazioli Piano Loft
1601 Irving Street
Rahway Arts District
Rahway, NJ 07065
Date: Saturday, April 16th
For tickets by phone call the box office at 732.499.8226
to purchase online go to www.ucpac.org
Order tickets today - seats are limited!
Produced by Conservatory Piano
in association with Klavierhaus and
For more info about Adonis Gonzalez go to: www.adonisgonzalez.com
For more info and videos of Angela Yurchenko go to:
For more info on:
UCPAC go to: www.ucpac.org
Conservatory Piano go to: www.conservatorypiano.com
Rahway Arts District go to: www.rahwayartsdistrict.org
Perez, Yurchenko bringing classics to Bayonne
JOURNAL ARTS EDITOR
As an opera singer, Lazarita Carmen Perez has lifted her voice in song all over the world but rarely in her Bayonne hometown.
That won't be the case Sunday afternoon when Perez, 32, presents a repertoire of opera classics at St. Henry's Church in Bayonne.
"As a little girl, I'd always dreamed of being a cantor in this church," recalls Perez, who sings soprano. "Now, I get to do a concert where I can showcase the entire scope of what I do. It's such a beautiful church and the people here mean so much to me. I want to do a good job."
Perez, a vocal coach and professional opera singer since 1994, won't be doing the show alone Sunday. She's invited Angela Yurchenko, a 17-year-old pianist whom Perez says "is really blessed by God."
"Not too many pianists can play something as technically difficult as (the composer) Liszt," Perez says. "She's an excellent sight reader as well as artist, especially for someone that young. I've gone to college and studied with people with a tremendous amount of experience. She's right up there with them, although she's 20 to 15 years younger."
Yurchenko, a native of Russia, currently attends the Julliard School of Music in New York City.
Perez, a graduate of Bayonne High School and Hunter College, sings in seven languages. Last summer, she went on a 10-day European tour that proved to be enlightening.
"I found that there's more of an appreciation for classical music over there," she says. "I was a little surprised because I had no idea we'd be performing in front of packed audiences."
Sunday's concert may go on for up to two hours. During it, Perez will sing a sacred piece in Latin, a set of Spanish bolero songs and arias in Italian, German, French and English.
(From the Jersey Journal) Nj.com
Beethoven - Sonata op.31 no.2
Brahms - Organ Chorale Prelude
Francois Couperin - pieces
La Florentine, La Tenebreuse, Le Reveil-Matin
Wagner - Der Fliegende Hollander Overture arr.A.Yurchenko Premiere