Since our inaugural concert in October 2016 we have hosted performances by outstanding musicians from all over the world: Leeds International Piano Competition winners Anna Tsybuleva, Sofya Gulyak and Federico Colli played solo recitals, and Cliburn Junior Piano Competition winner Alim Beisembayev took part in the celebration of Prokofiev’s 125th anniversary in 2016. There have been performances by the Navarra and Villiers String Quartet, Royal College of Music professors Yuri Zhislin and Natalia Lomeiko and Guildhall School of Music and Drama professors Charles Owen and Katya Apekisheva and prize-winning pianists Luka Okros, Dinara Klinton and Sholto Kynoch, Maki Sekiya, and the sensational soprano Ilona Domnich. Visiting artists from abroad have included the Ivanov-Stuart Duo from the U.S., Anne Greuner from Germany and Pietro Bonfilio from Italy. As well as Jonathan Powell from Poland.
Sunday, September 2, 2018, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Pushkin House welcomes talented Russian pianist Anna Genuishene. Prizewinner of multiple national and international competitions, Anna is rapidly establishing herself on the European scene. Graduate of the Moscow Tchaikovsky conservatory, Anna is currently resides in London where she studies at the Royal Academy of Music. Her programme includes Prokofiev's monumental Eights Sonata, finished in 1944 and dedicated to his second wife.
Sunday, October 21, 2018 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
In keeping with the activist/architect theme of Bloomsbury 2018 this innovative lecture-recital invites the audience to consider Igor Stravinsky as the activist and, surprising as it may seem, to consider his piano teacher Leokadiya Kashperova as the architect behind those famously enigmatic compositions for solo piano composed in the 1920s in Stravinsky’s most challenging, and beguiling, neoclassical style.