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Loc: Grapevine,Texas, USA
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In recitals, music usually performed is 20th and 21st century, especially music written by American composers. As soloist, music performed includes any concerto. Solo works recently performed include Robert Rollin "Ballad", Raina Murnak "Le Mystere D'Attraction" and others. Recently performed concerto include the Schumann Piano Concerto and the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #2.
Upcoming events will feature
-Saint Saens Piano Concerto #2 with the San Jose Wind Symphony (San Jose, California) -Gershwin "Rhapsody in Blue" with 2nd piano (Grapevine, Texas) -Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #2 with the Kansas University Medical Arts Symphony (Kansas City, Kansas) -"Sonata El Sonoro" by American composer Marc Parella (Oklahoma Panhandle University, Oklahoma) and other works.
Avguste Antonov is a dedicated performer of 20th and 21st century music and has performed World and US premieres at the University of Miami, University of Kansas, Youngstown State University and other venues. As soloist, Mr. Antonov has performed Messiaen's "Colors of the Celestial City", Schumann Piano Concerto, Liszt 2nd Piano Concerto, Rachmaninoff 2nd Piano Concerto and others. Mr. Antonov is a lifetime member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and member of the American Music Center. He is additionally a featured pianist for the Piano Society.
Mr. Antonov is currently preparing his debut CD of American music to be released by Parma Recordings and distributed by Naxos. More information about this exciting project can be found here . Mr Antonov is also working on creating a new trio ensemble aiming to performing modern works, especially works by American living composers.