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Valeria Resjan

Valeria Resjan

Valeria Resjan began piano lessons in Russia, moving to Finland in 1990. She was a pupil of Hamsa Al-Wadi Juris at the Sibelius Academy and of Dmitri Bashkirov in Madrid, and she studied chamber music under Ralf Gothóni. Resjan shared first prize in the Maj Lind Piano Competition in 1992 and won the international Pilar Bayona Piano Competition in Spain in 1995. She came fourth in the Montreal International Competition in 1996, in which she also took the award for the audience's favourite artist. Resjan has performed as solo pianist and soloist with orchestra in Europe, Asia and North America, and has collaborated in chamber music with many internationally acclaimed musicians. She has recorded works by Tchaikovsky and Sibelius with violinist Pietari Inkinen and cellist Tuomas Ylinen. The trio performed at the Wigmore Hall in 2007.

Programme

6. Kuhmo Church 15.00

Robert Schumann (1810—1856):

Piano Quintet in E flat, Op. 44 (1841)

Sun
15.7.

11. Kuhmo Arts Centre 16.15

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770—1827):

Piano Trio in D, Op. 70/1 “Ghost” (1808)

Mon
16.7.

12. Kuhmo Church 18.15

W. A. Mozart (1756—1791):

Andante from Piano Concerto No. 21 in C, K. 467 "Elvira Madigan" (1785; arr. for strings and piano by Ignaz Lachner)

Mon
16.7.

21. Kontio School 16.15

Robert Schumann (1810—1856):

Chopin from Carnaval, Op. 9 for piano (1834-5)

Wed
18.7.

47. Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.15

Sergey Prokofiev (1891—1953):

Overture on Hebrew Theme in C minor, Op. 34 for clarinet and piano quintet (1919)

Mon
23.7.

48. Kuhmo Church 21.15

Sergey Rachmaninoff (1873—1943):

Ne poi, krasavitsa (Oh, never sing to me again), Op. 4/4 from Six Romances (1890-93)

Mon
23.7.

55. Kontio School 14.15

Felix Mendelssohn (1809—1847):

Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66 (1845)

Wed
25.7.

69. Kontio School 11.00

Carl Maria von Weber (1786—1826):

Invitation to the Dance, Op. 65 for piano (1819)

Sat
28.7.

69. Kontio School 11.00

Jean Sibelius (1865—1957):

Valse triste, Op. 44/1 (1904; arr. for piano by composer)

Sat
28.7.

73. Kuhmo Arts Centre 20.15

Alexander Borodin (1833—1887):

Polovetsian Dances from the opera Prince Igor (arr. for two pianos by Ann Pope)

Sat
28.7.