A Ukrainian American Piano Recital by Dr. Mykola Suk

On Wednesday, Apr 6, 2022 from 12:30 PM to 02:00 PM

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"An astonishing blend of muscular power, poetry and utter control he will prove to be one of the more formidable talents to have appeared in this country in years.” (American Record Guide).

Ukrainian-American pianist, Mykola Suk, gained international recognition as the winner of the First Prize and Gold Medal at the 1971 International Liszt-Bartok Competition in Budapest, Hungary.

Dr. Suk’s international career has spanned four continents, with performances in the most prestigious venues from the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory to Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall and Carnegie Hall in New York City.

Mykola Suk completed his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Piano Performance at the Moscow State Conservatory, studying with Lev Vlasenko. He is a professor and coordinator for Division of Keyboard Studies in the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Dr. Suk will be performing a Ukrainian composer's work, Myroslav Skoryk, who recently passed away.



Beethoven                         Fantasia Op. 77
Beethoven                         Seven bagatelles Op. 33
Myroslav SKORYK (1938-2020)
Partita #5 “in modo retro” for piano  (1975)
I. Prelude
II. Waltz
III. Chorus
IV. Aria
V. Finale
Liszt                                  Hungarian Rhapsody #12

Contact Name: Joanne Chang

Contact Phone: 718-281-3569

Contact Email: jchang@qcc.cuny.edu

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