Michael Bulychev-Okser, piano.

Michael Bulychev-Okser

Tuesday 14th July 7.30 pm

J.S. Bach: ~ Toccata in F-sharp minor
E. Granados ~ El amore y la muerte (Goyeskas)
Sergei Rachmaninov ~ 6 Musical moments
N. Medtner ~ Tales
A. Hinastera ~ 6 Preludos Americanos
A.Scriabin ~ 4 Preludes, Op. 22
M.Glinka - M. Balakirev ~ Lark
A.Alyabiev - F.Liszt ~ Nightingale
Michael Bulychev-Okser ~ Hermes and satire - Jazz Fantasy

A top prizewinner of many international competitions, pianist Michael Bulychev-Okser is among the world's foremost artists and teachers. At age 12 Michael began his first concert tour to the countries of Mediterranean: Greece, Israel, Egypt and Turkey. An honored alumni of The Julliard School, Michael collaborated with world's most notable musicians: Oxana Yablonskaya, Dmitry Yablonsky,Martin Canin,David Dubal,Richard Kimball, Jonathan Strasser, Gidon Kremer, and Mikhail Voskresensky. An extensive performance schedule finds him dividing his time between Europe and the United States in both solo performances and appearances with the world's top orchestras. Bulychev-Okser's discography includes recording of Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata, and Granados's Goyeskas (RCA label). Bulychev-Okser's New CD featuring Piano Transcriptions of Past and Future was released in December of 2012 on Neue Sterne Classical Artists Label, Hannover, Germany. Michael Bulychev-Okser is a Professor at New York University since 2003 and Long Island Conservatory since 2002. Michael Bulychev-Okser is a Founder and Artistic Director of G.Gershwin International Music Competition in New York, and Founder and Artistic Director of Alion Baltic International Music Festival, 2014 in Tallinn, Estonia.

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