Piano Masterclass with Mikhail Voskresensky

Dates
23 April 2024, 10:00am

Venue
Performance Hall

Tickets
Pay What You Can

Our Pay What You Can model allows you to choose a ticket price that works for you, from £2 to £15, with a free option to ensure our events are accessible to all audience members.  

Any donation you are able to make will directly support our talented students and help us to provide a first-class educational experience for this next generation of professional musicians. 

A man wearing a tuxedo and a red bowtie sitting at a grand piano with his arms outstretched and looking into the camera

23 April 2024, 10:00am

Venue
Performance Hall

Tickets
Pay What You Can

Our Pay What You Can model allows you to choose a ticket price that works for you, from £2 to £15, with a free option to ensure our events are accessible to all audience members.  

Any donation you are able to make will directly support our talented students and help us to provide a first-class educational experience for this next generation of professional musicians. 

Internationally renowned pedagogy Mikhail Voskresensky brings his vast performance and teaching experience to the College's Performance Hall stage in this piano masterclass.

Mikhail is a distinguished professor, formerly at the Moscow Conservatory and currently visiting professor at the Toho Gakuen School, Tokyo and The Juilliard School, New York. His pupils have won more than 120 international prizes. As an acclaimed solo pianist, he is in demand throughout the USA where he now resides, commanding a prodigious reputation as a pianist in the great Romantic tradition.

Mikhail Voskresensky will precede this masterclass with a short recital.

Supported by the Sergei Rachmaninoff Fund

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