About this Event
The Miami International Piano Festival presents some of the most astonishing artists of today's world scene in its DISCOVERY SERIES. On this occasion, Russian pianist Vyacheslav Gryaznov performs a boutique selection of pieces arranged by himself, at the magic landscape of the Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach.
The first Russian president awarded a prize to Gryaznov, who has won numerous awards in prestigious international competitions in Moscow, Italy, Ukraine, Denmark, Georgia and Japan, including six first and Grand prizes. The pianist has performed in the USA, Italy, Denmark, France, the UK, Croatia, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, Georgia, Armenia, Poland, the Baltic states, Africa, many cities in Japan, and throughout Russia. His NHK video recordings are shown on Japanese TV on a regular basis. In Russia, the pianist's recordings are often played on Orpheus radio.
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C. Monteverdi / Si dolce è’l tormento
J. S. Bach / Organ Fantasia in G Major, BWV 572
G. Mahler / Adagietto from Symphony No 5 (for the left hand)
M. Ravel / La Valse (arr. Gryaznov)
A. Borodin / Nocturne from String Quartet No 2
P. I. Tchaikovsky / Waltz Of The Flowers from Nutcracker
S. Rachmaninoff / 3 Romances / Italian Polka
A. Borodin / Valse-fantasie
The Wolfsonian Museum - Miami Beach
Main stage for the MIPF Discovery Series
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The Wolfsonian-Florida International University, 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, United States
USD 30.00 to USD 65.00