Pakachoag faculty member Vladimir Odinokikh plays some of his favorite selections by Chopin from throughout his career as award-winning pianist and teacher.
Selections for this program span Chopin’s own career as composer and pianist, and include works first played by Vladimir as a gifted child to the very challenging Sonata in B Minor learned as a teen and last performed by Vladimir while enrolled as a conservatory student in Moscow.
Other selections, including the Scherzo in E Major and Mazurkas, are works Vladimir taught to others while a college faculty member in Moscow and conservatory professor in Mexico City. He’ll also perform three of Chopin’s nocturnes, pieces he has shared over the years with his own younger and sometimes gifted students.
The concert is presented as part of the All Saints Church Concert Series. All Saints is a Pakachoag program partner.
When: Saturday, May 31
Time: 3:30 pm
Where: All Saints Church
10 Irving Street
Worcester, MA 01609
For information: Call Pakachoag Music School at 508.791.8159 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Vladimir Odinokikh holds degrees in piano performance from Russia’s esteemed Tchaikovsky Conservatory and Gnessin Institute of Moscow. A prize winner in the Russia National Competition and the Chamber Music Competition of Soviet Composers, Vladimir has concertized in some of the major concert halls of Europe, South America and the United States and appeared on various national radio programs in Mexico, the former USSR and the US. He has taught at the conservatory level in Moscow and Mexico.
A number of Vladimir’s students have gone on to major in music; two of his former students are winners of major competitions. He continues to share his love of piano, first discovered at the age of 4, with students of all ages as a faculty member at Pakachoag and via his private studio in Keene, NH.