Piano Series: Asiya Korepanova, piano

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The only pianist currently performing Liszt's 24 Etudes as a single program and one of few to tout a concerto list that features over 60 works, Asiya Korepanova is a pianistic powerhouse and rapidly rising star. A result of her uncompromising dedication to the arts, Ms. Korepanova is recognized not only for her achievements as a pianist, but also for her work as a transcriber, composer, visual artist, and poet.

Her love for new music has come effortlessly as a result of her early bond with composition. She was invited to premiere 3 piano concertos by Vladislav Kazenin and Shamil Timerbulatov, with the Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, the Saint Petersburg Capella Symphony Orchestra, the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra and the Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra.

Additionally, she has presented the premiere performance of various works by Matthew Evan Taylor, Michael Daugherty, Thomas Sleeper and Orlando Garcia.

Asiya eagerly anticipates the release of her historic Rachmaninoff record—which includes his piano sonatas along with her transcription of his cello sonata—and the release of a DVD—which features her performance at Tchaikovsky’s birthplace—issued by the Russian government.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 7:00pm

Alys Robinson Stephens Center, Reynolds Kirshbaum Concert Hall
1200 10th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35205

Topic

Arts & Culture

Target Audience

Current Students, Faculty & Staff, General Public

Tags

music

Cost

$15 general public; $5 for students through grade 12 and UAB employees; free to UAB students

Department
College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Music, UAB Visual and Performing Arts
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