The Internationally renowned pianist has performed as a soloist with the Cleveland Orchestra, China National Orchestra, Dresden Philharmonic, and Utah Symphony Orchestra. He has performed at the Great Halls of The Moscow Conservatory, as well as Mariinsky Theater’s Concert Hall and Carnegie Hall.
He has made a name for himself performing Mozart, Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff and has competed in some of the most challenging piano recital competitions around the globe.
On Saturday, The Ukrainian-Canadian pianist will interpret Bartók’s Piano Concert No. 3: a piece written during the final few months of the composer’s life as a birthday gift for his wife.
You will also experience Bruch’s In Memoriam, and Rachmaninoff’s final Symphony No. 3 .After a seventeen-year compositional drought, the piece harkens lush tones of the past Romantic era. There will a pre concert recital, a pre concert talk, and a post concert champagne reception.
Dmitri Levkovich joined Mark Wigmore on The Oasis.
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