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Oleg Marshev Piano Recital


Sun 31 Jul 2016, 2:30pm

Where: Waikanae Memorial Hall, 7 Pehi Kupa St, Waikanae, Kapiti Coast

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Public: $33.00
  • WMS Members: $23.00
  • Students under 25: $5.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Pianist Oleg Marshev in Waikanae .

Oleg Marshev will be paying his third visit to Waikanae when he performs for the Waikanae Music Society.

Born in the Azerbaijani capital city of Baku, he studied at the Moscow Conservatory, graduating in 1988 and winning the Pilar Bayona International Piano Competition in Zaragoza. A string of further prizes and awards followed and two years later he won the gold medal at the AMSA Piano Competition in Cincinnati. Now settled in Italy, he maintains a busy international career as a recitalist and concerto soloist as well as being a prolific recording artist under the Danacord label. He is in great demand as a jury member for international piano competitions and also gives master classes throughout the world, although primarily in Italy.

Marshev’s programme is a substantial one, featuring three major works by two composers - Brahms and Ravel. The F Minor Sonata, Brahms’ largest piano work, in a composition of symphonic proportions, a masterful combination of free Romantic spirit and strict classical structure. Ravel’s “Valses nobles et sentimentales” is a suite of eight graceful waltzes, a dance form that fascinated the composer. That is followed by more Ravel – the daunting “Gaspard de la nuit”, a set of three pieces that together constitute one of the most challenging and virtuosic compositions ever written.

Door sales will be available, or tickets can be purchased at Waikanae New World, Moby Dickens Books in Paraparaumu Beach or at Lush Design Gallery in Raumati.

Enquiries are welcome on 04 905 6070 or visit the website.