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Mesterklasser, foredrag & konsert med Mark Shaviner

Israelske Mark Shaviner kommer til Barratt Due helgen 14. - 16. september og det er duket for mesterklasser, foredrag og konsert. Åpent for alle! 

Lørdag 15. september
kl. 19:00
Kammersalen, Barratt Due musikkinstitutt, Lyder Sagens gate 2, Oslo, Norway

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Mesterklasser: Fredag, lørdag og søndag

Konsert & foredrag: Lørdag kl 19.00

Kammersalen, Barratt Due. Fri entré og åpent for alle. 



Mark Shaviners CV (kun på engelsk): 

  • Born in 1944, Russia. Was a first prize winner in the Regional Piano Competition in 1962. Graduated from the Novosibirsk Academy of Music, 1968 (Bachelor and Master degrees), piano class of Prof. Slonim.
  • Post-graduate course in music (aspirantura), Yerevan academy of Music, 1971, under supervision of Prof. Saradgev.
  • Advanced studies at the Moscow Academy of Music, 1973 under supervision of Profs. Zak and Milstein.
  • Completed the doctorate at the St.Petersburg Academy of Music, 1987 under supervision of Prof. Cytovich. The topic:”Texture and timbre in the piano music of  J.Brahms”.
  • In 1969-1990 taught piano at the Novosibirsk Academy of Music as a professor.
  • Performed as s soloist with recitals and philharmonic orchestras with such conductors as J.Factorovich, V.Sinaisky, G.Yudin. Since 1978 performed as a member of the Novosibirsk Piano Trio in Russia and abroad, including the Dvorak chamber music festival in Karlovy Vary, Shostakovich Music Festival in Prague, Czech Republic, made records.
  • In 1990 repatriated to Israel.
  • Since 1991 has been teaching piano and chamber music at the Rubin Academy of Music, Tel Aviv University. Since 1996 also giving Piano Literature and Piano pedagogy courses.
  • Many of the students became renowned pianists, presently performing and teaching in numerous countries, such Germany, Norway, USA, Canada, Russia, Israel, Switzerland, Costa Rica, China.
  • Several students won prizes in the international competitions, such as Horovitz Piano Competition, 1995 (Kiev), Toronto Symphonic Competition, 1997, Chopin Piano Competition, 1990 (Gottingen), Michaelstadt Competition (Germany), 2006.
  • Dr. Shaviner continues his artist activity in Israel and abroad (Germany, Austria, Poland, Norway).
  • Gave piano master classes in Israel, Germany, Norway, Switzerland.