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Elena Kuschernova was the last pianistic discovery of Harold Schonberg, music critic for the New York Times and prolific author on great performers. After listening to her debut album, he dubbed her a "Pianist who grabs the imagination," and he lauded her Scriabin album as "the best recorded performances I am familiar with." Elena has performed at many important festivals such as the Gustav Mahler Music Festival in Toblach, the Bach Festival in Ansbach, the Festival of Rarities of the Piano Music in Husum, and others. She is also internationally recognized as a piano professor, giving master classes in Germany, Japan, Korea, Sweden, and the USA. Since 2006 she has been guest professor at the Elisabeth University of Music in Hiroshima, and has been a Steinway Artist since 2002. She resides in Baden-Baden and Manhattan.
Elena Kuschernova was the last pianistic discovery of Harold Schonberg, music critic for the New York Times and prolific author on great performers. After listening to her debut album, he dubbed her a "Pianist who grabs the imagination," and he lauded her Scriabin album as "the best recorded performances I am familiar with." Elena has performed at many important festivals such as the Gustav Mahler Music Festival in Toblach, the Bach Festival in Ansbach, the Festival of Rarities of the Piano Music in Husum, and others. She is also internationally recognized as a piano professor, giving master classes in Germany, Japan, Korea, Sweden, and the USA. Since 2006 she has been guest professor at the Elisabeth University of Music in Hiroshima, and has been a Steinway Artist since 2002. She resides in Baden-Baden and Manhattan.
4014513034571
Liszt / Kuschnerova - Elena Kuschnerova Spielt Liszt

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Rel. Date: 04/05/2019
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Elena Kuschnerova Spielt Liszt
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Elena Kuschernova was the last pianistic discovery of Harold Schonberg, music critic for the New York Times and prolific author on great performers. After listening to her debut album, he dubbed her a "Pianist who grabs the imagination," and he lauded her Scriabin album as "the best recorded performances I am familiar with." Elena has performed at many important festivals such as the Gustav Mahler Music Festival in Toblach, the Bach Festival in Ansbach, the Festival of Rarities of the Piano Music in Husum, and others. She is also internationally recognized as a piano professor, giving master classes in Germany, Japan, Korea, Sweden, and the USA. Since 2006 she has been guest professor at the Elisabeth University of Music in Hiroshima, and has been a Steinway Artist since 2002. She resides in Baden-Baden and Manhattan.
        
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