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Music Futures Festival: Salih Can Gevrek, Yume Fujise & Amiran Zenaishvili

Part of the Music Futures Festival

Part of the Music Futures Festival

Add to my Calendar 27-09-2016 19:00 27-09-2016 21:00 36 Music Futures Festival: Salih Can Gevrek, Yume Fujise & Amiran Zenaishvili The individual programmes will offer some of the most appreciated works of classical music by famous composers. Multi-award winners in one concert. Born in Turkey, Salih Can Gevrek moved to London in 2011 to study at the Royal College of Music as a Soirée d’Or Scholar supported by a Russell Race Award. Gevrek is a fourth year undergraduate and currently studies with Dmitri Alexeev. As a soloist, he has performed with the Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, Ankara Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Presidential Symphony Orchestra. Schubert’s Fantasie in C major, D.934 will be performed by Yume Fujise, violin and Maria Tarasewicz, piano. Fujise is a Japanese violinist currently living in London. She recently appeared live on BBC Radio 3In Tune as their BBC Introducing Classical Artist and has performed in major international venues includingWigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Suntory Hall (Tokyo) and Forbidden City Hall (Beijing).Fujise plays a J.B Vuillaume, Paris c.1858 which has been generously loaned to her by Florian Leonhard Fine Violins. Amiran Zenaishvili will perform Liszt’s Au lac de Wallenstadt from Annees de Pelerinage I S.160/2, J. Brahms’ Two Rhapsodies op.79 and P.I.Tchaikovsky Scherzo a la Russe op.1 no. Zenaishvili studied piano from the age of five at the Gnessin Special Music College, Moscow under the guidance of Professors Ada Traub and Tatiana Vorobieva. He continued his studies at the Central Music School (College) of Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory as a student of Professor Alexander Mndoyants.He performed publicly from an early age, now frequently appearing as a solo performer and in chamber music ensembles in public recitals and concerts across Europe and the USA. Asia House, London DD/MM/YYYY

Details

Asia House
63 New Cavendish Street
Marylebone

London
W1G 7LP
England


Programme

Robert SchumannPiano Sonata no.3 in F minor, Op.14
Franz LisztAnnees de Pelerinage I, S.160: Au lac de Wallenstadt
Pyotr TchaikovskyScherzo à la russe, Op.1 no.1
Johannes Brahms2 Rhapsodies, Op.79
Franz SchubertFantasie in C major, D.934

Performers

Salih Can Gevrek – piano
Yume Fujise – violin
Amiran Zenaishvili – piano

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Programme Note

The individual programmes will offer some of the most appreciated works of classical music by famous composers. Multi-award winners in one concert.

Born in Turkey, Salih Can Gevrek moved to London in 2011 to study at the Royal College of Music as a Soirée d’Or Scholar supported by a Russell Race Award. Gevrek is a fourth year undergraduate and currently studies with Dmitri Alexeev. As a soloist, he has performed with the Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, Ankara Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Presidential Symphony Orchestra.

Schubert’s Fantasie in C major, D.934 will be performed by Yume Fujise, violin and Maria Tarasewicz, piano. Fujise is a Japanese violinist currently living in London. She recently appeared live on BBC Radio 3In Tune as their BBC Introducing Classical Artist and has performed in major international venues includingWigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Suntory Hall (Tokyo) and Forbidden City Hall (Beijing).Fujise plays a J.B Vuillaume, Paris c.1858 which has been generously loaned to her by Florian Leonhard Fine Violins.

Amiran Zenaishvili will perform Liszt’s Au lac de Wallenstadt from Annees de Pelerinage I S.160/2, J. Brahms’ Two Rhapsodies op.79 and P.I.Tchaikovsky Scherzo a la Russe op.1 no. Zenaishvili studied piano from the age of five at the Gnessin Special Music College, Moscow under the guidance of Professors Ada Traub and Tatiana Vorobieva. He continued his studies at the Central Music School (College) of Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory as a student of Professor Alexander Mndoyants.He performed publicly from an early age, now frequently appearing as a solo performer and in chamber music ensembles in public recitals and concerts across Europe and the USA.

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