Marianna Prjevalskaya - Concert Pianist

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Praised by critics as "a grand pianist" (Il Cittadino, Italy) and a "master of piano" (Music Magazine 'Auditorium', Korea), Marianna Prjevalskaya performs worldwide as a recitalist and concerto soloist, and captivates audiences with emotional intensity, maturity, richness and beauty of tone.

Since her solo debut with orchestra at age nine, Ms. Prjevalskaya has appeared with more than 15 orchestras, including Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, National Lithuanian Symphony Orchestra, Rzeszow Philharmonic Orchestra, Korean Symphony Orchestra, Granada Symphony Orchestra, and performed for thrilling audiences in the US, Europe, Korea, Japan and beyond. She has also won top prizes at upwards of 20 international piano competitions, among them, the 2013 World Piano Competition in Cincinnati, the 2013 European Piano Competition in Normandy, the 2012 Panama International Piano Competition, the 2011 Jaen International Piano Competition in Spain, the 2010 Sendai International Piano Competition in Japan, the 2008 Seoul International Piano Competition, the 2008 Jose Iturbi International Piano Competition, the 2007 Paderewski International Piano Competition in Poland, the 2003 Dudley International Piano Competition. 

Her latest solo CD was released by Naxos in September 2012 and features works by Scarlatti, Haydn, Schumann and Zárate. Next album, devoted to the music of Rachmaninov, will be published by Fanfare Cincinnati in 2015. 

Recently Marianna appeared at Bearcat Music Festival in Cincinnati performing works by Rachmaninov and the entire Second Book of Debussy Preludes. Last year she performed the rarely played Tchaikovsky 3rd Piano Concerto with Ion Marin and Galicia Symphony Orchestra. 

Marianna performed acclaimed recitals at prestigious venues such as the Grosser Saal Mozarteum during the Salzburg Festival, at Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome at Festival Russo, Teatro Goldoni of Florence, Minato Mirai Hall in Yokohama, Norwich and Norfolk Festival, Auditorio Manuel de Falla in Granada, Palau de la Musica in Valencia and Steinway Hall and Weill Recital Hall in New York. 

In addition to her role as performing artist, Ms. Prjevalskaya serves as the Artistic Director of the Open Piano Competition (London), where she was as a jury member in 2012 and will return as a judge in 2014 edition. 

Ms. Prjevalskaya earned the Master of Music degree and Artist Diploma from the Yale School of Music, Indiana University South Bend and the Bachelor of Music degree from the Royal College of Music in London, where her principal teachers included Irina Zaritskaya, Kevin Kenner, Alexander Toradze and Boris Berman. At diverse festivals, she has studied with renowned pianists such as Emmanuel Ax, John O'Conor, Leon Fleisher, Choong-Mo Kang, Richard Goode, Peter Frankl and Piotr Paleczny, among others.

Having grown up in Russia and Spain, Ms. Prjevalskaya benefited from early lessons with her mother, starting at age six and continuing into her teens. Currently, she is pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore under the guidance of eminent artist Boris Slutsky.

Ms. Prjevalskaya is represented by Nerta Management in Spain. 

Visit www.prjevalskaya.com to listen to her recordings, read reviews and learn more about Ms. Prjevalskaya's extraordinary musical journey.


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