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Piano Masterpieces

by Olga Vinokur

Piano masterpieces, expression and virtuosity, spirit of romanticism, passionate and intimate...
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Verdi-Liszt: Paraphrase of Rigoletto
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2. Kreisler-Rachmaninoff: Liebesleid
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3. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Etude-Tableaux, Op.33, No.6 in E-flat Major
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4. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Etude-Tableaux, Op.33, No.8 in G Minor
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5. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Etude-Tableaux, Op.33, No.7 in E-flat Major
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6. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Etude-Tableaux, Op.39, No.2 in A Minor
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7. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Etude-Tableaux, Op.39, No.6 in A Minor
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8. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 9 No.1 in C-sharp Minor for left
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9. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 11 No.1 in C Major
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10. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 11 No.2 in A Minor
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11. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 11 No.3 in G Major
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12. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 11 No.5 in D Major
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13. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 11 No.20 in C Minor
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14. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 11 No.21 in B-flat Major
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15. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 11 No.23 in F Major
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16. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 11 No.14 in E-flat Minor
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17. Alexander Scriabin: Prelude Op. 11 No.22 in G Minor
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18. Sergei Prokofiev: Sarcasm, Op 17, Tempestuoso
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19. Sergei Prokofiev: Sarcasm, Op 17, Allegro rubato-Piu mosso
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20. Sergei Prokofiev: Sarcasm, Op 17, Allegro precipitato
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21. Sergei Prokofiev: Sarcasm, Op 17, Smanioso
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22. Sergei Prokofiev: Sarcasm, Op 17, Precipitosissimo
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23. Franz Liszt: Transcendental Etude No. 10 in F Minor
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Album Notes
"This is a big league recital that I would gladly pay to hear in any venue. By chosing this repertoire, Ms. Vinokur invites comparisons with many of top pianists of the past 75 years. She stands up very well and also manages to say something new alone the way."
(American Record Guide, 2007)

“Vinokur is certainly a musician of taste… Doubtless we shall be hearing more of Vinokur in the years ahead. This serves nicely as a calling card of her accomplishments so far and her strengths in the Russian repertoire in particular.” (Musicweb-international, 2006)

Olga Vinokur is a dynamic pianist who is gaining recognition for her impassioned performances and elegant musicianship. Her career has taken her across the North America, Israel, Russia, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Canada where she has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and with orchestra. Ms. Vinokur was the featured artist in the Young Artist Festival in Russia, Israeli “Music in Galilee” Radio Music Festival, Rolfs Piano Festival in Florida, USA, International Piano Festivals in Paris and Canary Islands of Spain. Ms. Vinokur participated in Tel-Hai International Piano Masterclasses in Israel where she was awarded a prize in honor of Ada Caspi. Her performances have been broadcast on the Israeli “Voice of Music” radio station, Russian National Public Radio, WNYC and WUWF radio station in USA. Ms. Vinokur has performed as a soloist and chamber musician at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Hall, New York’s Town Hall and is a frequent performer at Bargemusic in New York among other engagements in Washington, Philadelphia, Boston, Los Angeles and Florida. Recent concerts include Town Hall in New York, Ives Hall of Danbury Concert Association, the Bargemusic in New York where she played solo recitals and chamber concerts, which included the world premier, also solo performances with State Chamber Orchestra “La Primavera” in Russia, Sinfoniette of Pensacola in Florida and the Orchestra of the Bronx in New York. Olga Vinokur is presented in the film documentary “Women of Music”, a classical music series on Bravo TV station in Canada, which feature interviews and performances with today’s top classical performers from around the world. Olga Vinokur is an active chamber musician. She collaborated in many occasions with distinguished artists such as the violinist Mark Peskanov, the cellist Edward Arron, members of Verbier Festival Orchestra among others.
A native of Russia, Olga Vinokur began her piano studies at the age of six, and at twelve was awarded First-Prize in the National Young Artist Piano Competition in Russia. Since then she has been a recipient of numerous awards and prizes, including First-Prize in the Prokofiev Piano Competition in Russia and major prizes in the Torrefranka International Piano Competition in Italy, the Koussevitzky Piano Competition and Artist International in New York, and the Rubin Academy Competition in Israel among others. She has been an annual scholarship recipient of America-Israel Cultural Foundation.

Olga Vinokur began her studies in Russia. Moving to Israel, she received her Bachelor’s Degree and Artist’s Diploma with honors from the Rubin Academy of Music in Tel-Aviv University, after studies with Victor Derevianko and Natasha Tadson. She pursued her Master of Music Degree as a scholarship student of Solomon Mikowsky at the Manhattan School of Music in New York, where she is currently a Doctoral candidate.

What the critics say:

“…passionate and bright playing…with global comprehension of the musical text…” (Ego Magazine, Moscow)

“…was rendered with a beautiful singing tone, and was exquisitely played… was all but dazzling… What more could concert goers wish?” (The News-Times, Danbury)

“She has a big sound, energy and power… her performance is emotional and sincerely opened to the audience.” (Persona Magazine, Moscow)

“Ms. Vinokur’s polished performance… the full power of Ms. Vinokur’s strong technique…demonstrated ear for calibrating rich sonotities.” (The New York Sun, New York)

“…bright romantic and dramatic style and temperamental spectacular character…(Nash Vek, Russia)

“Ms. Vinokur’s strong architectural sense… All was very well-phrased and tasteful.” (The New York Sun, New York)

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