Shifting Seasons: The Colors and Moods of Debussy, Franck & Brahms
Pakachoag Faculty members Maxim Korn, Violin and Vladimir Odinokikh, Piano perform a selection of works rich and contrasting in color and texture.
Saturday, November 9, 2013
The Great Hall at Pakachoag
203 Pakachoag Street
Auburn, MA 01501
Both Maxim and Vladimir have taught at the conservatory level, with performance careers spanning Russia, Israel and the US, for Dr. Korn; and Europe, South America and the US, for Mr. Odinokikh.
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Dr. Maxim Korn holds a Doctoral degree from the Glinka State Conservatory in Novosibirsk, Russia. He completed additional studies at the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory in Moscow specializing in chamber music. Maxim began his distinguished teaching career in 1965 in Novosibirsk where he was a Professor of Music in the Glinka State Conservatory and Novosibirsk Music College. For 25 years he served as first violinist in the Glinka State Conservatory String Quartet.
In 1990, Dr. Korn immigrated to Israel where he continued teaching and performing as a soloist, member of chamber ensembles, symphony and chamber orchestras. In 1999, he moved to the US and continued his performing and teaching career. Maxim retired from Pakachoag in 2010 but continues to share his music with Pakachoag audiences.
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.
Since its founding in 1982, Pakachoag Music School of Greater Worcester, an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) community school for the arts, has earned a reputation throughout Central Massachusetts for providing the very best in music education and artistic/personal enrichment.
Each year, Pakachoag attracts hundreds of students from across Central Massachusetts, Northern Connecticut and Rhode Island. The School is recognized as an enduring resource to the larger community, contributing to the vibrant and rich culture that makes this area such a great place to live and work.