- Friday, Oct. 25 at 7:30
- Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts
- Free and open to the public
Known for his ability to play the whole palette of the piano repetoire, Pavel Nersessian is one of the most remarkable Russian pianists of his generation. He has won prizes in every piano competition he has entered, including the Beethoven Competition Vienna, Paloma O’Shea International Competition and the Tokyo Competition.
Sima Kustanovich is one of the Northeast’s most sought after pianists. On the faculty in Clark’s Visual and Performing Arts Department, she was appointed Distinguished Artist here in 2008. She has played around the world in acclaimed venues including France’s Courchevel Chamber Music Festival, N.Y.’s BargeMusic, Toronto’s Royal Conservatory Chamber Music Series, Niagra on the Lake Music Festival, Summit Festival, Sweden’s St. Jacob’s Cathedral, Hungary’s Matthias Cathedral, Praha’s Hlahol and major cities of Russia, Austria, Italy and Estonia.
The program will include Brahms and Schumann.