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Nino Gvetadze

Nino Gvetadze

Nino Gvetadze was born in Georgia. She studied piano in Tbilisi and at the conservatories in The Hague and Amsterdam. Gvetadze has achieved success in competitions, taking second prize, the press prize and the audience award at the International Franz Liszt Piano in 2008 and the Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award in 2010. She has appeared with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, the Munich Sinfonia, Kammerakademie Potsdam and numerous other orchestras playing solo parts, and has given recitals at such venues as Amsterdam's Concertgebouw, the Lucerne Piano Festival, the Spoleto Festival and Tokyo's Bunka Kaikan hall. Nino Gvetadze has released four CDs that have received enormous praise in international publications in the field.


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Programme

Kuhmo Arts Centre 20.15

Fritz Kreisler (1875—1962):

Liebesfreud, Alt-Wiener Tanzweisen, No. 1 for violin and piano (before 1910)

Fri
19.7.

Kuhmo Arts Centre 20.15

Fritz Kreisler (1875—1962):

Liebeslied for Violin and Piano (before 1910)

Fri
19.7.

Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.15

Franz Liszt (1811—1886):

Réminiscences de Don Juan (W.A. Mozart), S 418 for piano (1841)

Tue
23.7.

Kuhmo Arts Centre 21.15

Johann Strauss II (1825—1899):

An der schönen blauen Donau, Op. 314 for choir and piano four hands (1866)

Tue
23.7.

Tuupala Primary School 14.00

Maria Theresia von Paradis (1759—1824):

Sicilienne in E flat for violin and piano

Thu
25.7.

Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.15

Franz Liszt (1811—1886):

Mefisto Waltz No. 1, S. 514 for piano "The Dance at the Village Inn" (1856-61)

Thu
25.7.

Tuupala Primary School 16.30

George Enescu (1881—1955):

Carillon Nocturne from Suite No. 3 ("Pieces impromptues"), Op. 18 for piano (1913-16)

Fri
26.7.

Tuupala Primary School 16.30

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770—1827):

Variations in G, WoO 45 on Händel's "See the conqu'ring hero comes' from Judas Maccabaeus for Cello and Piano (1796)

Fri
26.7.

Tuupala Primary School 16.30

Sergey Prokofiev (1891—1953):

Visions fugitives, Op. 22/13-20 for piano (1915-17)

Fri
26.7.