TULSA, OKLAHOMA – 08/01/2017 (PRESS RELEASE JET) — By arrangement with Jack Price, the North American Artists Foundation and All Saints Anglican Cathedral, pianist Rika Zayasu will be heard in recital on August 20, [email protected]:00 [email protected] Saints Anglican Cathedral [email protected] E. 91st St. in Tulsa, OK. The phone number at All Saints is: 918 298 4014. Rika’s sizzle is shown above. Just click it, read, see and hear more. This event is the third in a series of Price Rubin artists that will be presented at the cathedral in the near future.
Zayasu’s program will be a solo piano recital consisting of the following:
Chopin: Ballade No. 1 in G Minor
Franck: Chorale, Prélude et Fugue
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Japanese-born pianist Rika Zayasu has performed to critical acclaim throughout Europe, America, and Japan. Active educator and researcher, she is also the founder and artistic director of Tudeley Festival of Chamber Music and Voice, held on the first weekend of July every year in a picturesque countryside village of Tudeley, Kent, UK. She has exclusively recorded for Claudio Records for many years, its unique QLab lifelike sound is praised both nationally and internationally and her debut Debussy album was received with immediate acclaim by the British press including several five-star plus reviews. Next recording projects with Claudio include the recordings of complete Scriabin piano sonatas and various works for violin and piano in collaboration with violinist Dima Tkachenko. Next season highlights will include a series of concerto appearances in the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada (including Bach keyboard concertos in D and G minor and Beethoven 3rd and 4th piano concertos), a series of chamber music concerts in France, Italy, Austria and Japan and a world premiere performance of British composer Christian Mason’s new work at St John’s Smith Square, London. Having spent her formative years in France, Rika Zayasu studied under Michel Béroff and Denis Pascal in Paris before moving to London to work with Maria Curcio, the legendary pupil of Artur Schnabel. She also obtained Postgraduate Diploma and Master’s Degree from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under the supervision of Prof. Joan Havill. She currently lives in Kent, UK.
Pianos provided by Saied Music in Tulsa, OK.
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