POSTPONED: Violin Master Class with Grigory Kalinovsky
February 17, 2017. 4:00 pm
Jan Popper Theater, in the Schoenberg Music Bldg. Schoenberg Music Building, 445 Charles E Young Dr E, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA
DUE TO LOGISITCAL ISSUES, THIS CLASS HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, FEB. 18 AT 10 AM. THE CLASS WILL NOW TAKE PLACE IN THE RECORDING STUDIO LOCATED IN THE OSTIN MUSIC CENTER
Grigory Kalinovsky is a professor of music, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University.
He has presented master classes at many major U.S. festivals and music schools, including New England Conservatory, Peabody Conservatory, Meadowmount, University of Maryland, San Francisco Conservatory, and Seattle Conservatory, and at numerous European and Asian institutions, such as the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Jerusalem Music Center, Buchmann-Mehta School of Music and Tel Aviv Conservatory in Israel, Lübeck Academy of Music in Germany, Beijing Central Conservatory in China, Seoul National University and Korea National University of Arts in Seoul, among others. His students have won top prizes at national and international competitions, including the Menuhin Young Artists Competition in England and Fischoff Chamber Music Competition in the USA, and have gone on to study at institutions such as Curtis, Juilliard, Yale, New England Conservatory, Manhattan School of Music, and Indiana University, among others.
Hailed by critics as a “superior poet” (Vancouver Sun), violinist Grigory Kalinovsky has been touring the world with concerto engagements, recitals and chamber music performances, appearing at some of the world's most prestigious venues, from all three stages of Carnegie Hall in New York to Musikhalle Grosser Saal in Hamburg. Praised for his “heart and indomitable will” (Gramophone), he has performed with the Nashville Symphony (USA), Klassik Philharmonie Hamburg (Germany), KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic (South Africa), the Kwang-Ju Symphony (South Korea), Symphony Nova Scotia (Canada), the Bolivian National Symphony, and the Guatemala Symphony, under the baton of Sidney Harth, Irwin Hoffman, Bernhard Gueller, Robert Stehli and François-Xavier Roth, among others.