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The quintessential romantic pianist, the Gusi Peace Prize winner and the only female solo pianist to ever perform in Carnegie Hall, Katya Grineva is performing live in New York. The New York Times calls her ".Liquid, Dreamlike.", and her fans describe her music as "with Katya you sink into the sweet abyss of the music". Get your Katya Grineva tickets and get enveloped into romantic heartfelt piano notes.
Katya made her debut performance in 1993 at the Mozart Piano Concerto with the Baltimore Symphony. She performed in Carnegie Hall in 1998 for the first time, and since then has performed their every year. Katya has acquired a reputation for being a pianist with an exceptional poetic style and a deeply romantic expression. Critics believe that she gets her impact through subtleness in her work. Her music represents desire and emotions in a very delicate manner. Katya values the beauty of tone. WNYC Radio proclaims her as "She's a noted exponent of the romantic repertoire". Katya has her own style of interpreting piano tunes and creating sagas that inspire and move her audiences deeply.
Katya has always been a soloist, but she has performed with Acadiana Symphony, the Manhattan Virtosi Orchestra, the ARS Nova Musicians Chamber Orchestra and the European Philharmonic Orchestra in France. In 2006, Katya was chosen exclusively to record and perform the piano sonatas by "Marcel Tyberg", a Viennese composer and a Holocaust victim, whose music was lost for years. His work "Sonata No.1" comprised of three full-voiced movements: Allegro Appassionato, Larghetto and Rondo. Katya performed all these impeccably and thrilled her live audiences. The music itself is a touching tale which is when combined with Katya Grineva's music renders it impossible for the attendees to be not affected by it.
Katya has performed for presidents and dignitaries, but has also shared her gift with the less fortunate. Several of her performances were for charitable endeavors. Since 2008, Katya Grineva has visited many places around the world with the purpose of social welfare; she has travelled twice to Africa and twice to Ecuador. She has performed in Mexico, Costa Rica and Peru as well.
In addition to the Gusi prize, Steinway and Sons have also awarded Katya the honorable title of "Steinway Artist" in 1998. She also bagged a special award from the New York State Shields in 2003. In Ecuador, there is a sixty-foot billboard honoring this amazing performer. Katya has also performed in a private concert for Former President George Bush and the First lady Barbara Bush. Her albums "From Katya with Love", "Katya from the Heart", "Love and Fire" and "Katya.Inspiration Bleu", are testimonies to the sort of reverence she has for her music, as well as of the strong impact that this beautifully sensitive pianist has on her fans.
As a pianist, Katya Grineva herself admired Vladimir Horowitz since she was a kid. Her music career can be described as a continuous process of creation, creating new concerts, producing a novel piece of music, learning a new tune and constantly striving to elevate her music to a higher level. Her love for music is apparent in her talent, and this genuine inclination has led her to make some outstanding works of music.
Katya Grineva received a standing ovation for her remarkable performance, at Baltimore's Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, and that was just her debut American performance. Since then, she has been able to keep her performance standards high. Her upcoming feat will not be any different, she is certain to touch the hearts of millions again with the depth of her artistic piano abilities and unique talents for creating mesmerizing music. Her music comes out as completely artless and delights those with a passion for music and a taste for the good things in life.
To witness the live performance by this wonderful romantic pianist, get your Katya Grineva tickets today and join the crowds immersed in the dreamy and charming tunes by this incredible musician.