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Piano Masterclass with Avguste Antonov

$10.00

06/05/2021

Masterclass by concert pianist Avguste Antonov

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Date: 06/05/2021

Start time: 10:00

End time: 16:00

Venue: Virtual Concert Halls

Address: , Arlington, , 20330

Description

In collaboration with Virtual Concert Halls and the Sound Espressivo Competition, concert pianist Avguste Antonov is offering a monthly virtual piano masterclass. Each month, the masterclass will have a theme (for example a specific composer or a specific style) and participants would also be able to request for their masterclass to focus on a specific topic

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About Sound Espressivo Competition= https://www.soundespressivocompetition.com/

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Born in Bulgaria, Avguste Antonov studied piano in Bulgaria (Dobrich), France (Ecole Normale de Paris, Conservatoire de Bordeaux Jacques Thibaud) and the United States (2000: University of Missouri-Kansas City; 2001-2004: University of Kansas; 2006-2008: Texas Christian University).

Pianist Avguste Antonov is at home in all repertoire, with a special interest for the 20th and 21st century music. He has performed World and USA premieres at venues across North America and over the years, he has worked with composers Carter Pann, Gregory Hutter, Michael Colgrass, Raina Murnak, Matthew Lewis, Till Meyn, Matthew Saunders, Robert Rollin, William Vollinger and others.

Avguste Antonov has performed recitals all over the United States, including in Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Florida, Pennsylvania, Texas, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee . He has been featured as soloist with many ensembles including the San Jose State University Wind Symphony, the San Jose Wind Symphony, the University City Symphony, the Alton Symphony Orchestra, the Tulsa Camerata, the Lakeland Community Orchestra, the Jewish Community Orchestra-Portland and the South Kansas Symphony. Concertos performed include Schumann Piano Concerto, Rachmaninoff 2nd, McDowell 2nd, Liszt 2nd, Ravel in G, Gershwin in F, Gershwin “Rhapsody in Blue”, Carter Pann “Concerto Logic” and Matthew Saunders “Piano Concerto”.

In addition to performing, Avguste Antonov is active as lecturer and has presented lectures for the Carrollton Music Teachers Association, Frisco Music Teachers Association, Kansas Music Teachers Association, Oklahoma Music Teachers Association and Wisconsin Music Teachers Association. He is an adjudicator for various competitions including the ENKOR Piano Competition, the Sound Espressivo Global Competition and the Music International Grand Prix.

Previous seasons highlights include a recital at the Bulgarian Ambassador Residence in Washington, DC, the performance of Carter Pann “Concerto Logic” with the San Jose State University Wind Ensemble, a live performance for the Kansas Public Radio, the World and US Premiere of Matthew Saunders “Piano Concerto” with the University City Symphony (University City, MO) and the Lakeland Community Orchestra (Kirtland, OH).

Since April 2019 Avguste Antonov resides in France. During the year 2019-2020, he was piano professor at the school of music “Couleur Musique” and since September 2020, he is professor of piano and accompaniment at the Conservatoire de Ch√Ęteaubriant.

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