wed19oct12:05 pmwed12:40 pmNoonday ConcertFree and Open to the Public 12:05 pm - 12:40 pm
(Wednesday) 12:05 pm - 12:40 pm
The Interchurch Center Chapel
61 Claremont Avenue New York, NY 10027
A Tribute to Robert Schumann A concert to mark the 160th anniversary of the composer’s death Peter Dzialo, cello Natasha Ulyanovsky, piano About the artists: Peter C.
A Tribute to Robert Schumann
A concert to mark the 160th anniversary of the composer’s death
Peter Dzialo, cello
Natasha Ulyanovsky, piano
About the artists:
Peter C. Dzialo, a native of Glastonbury, CT, was admitted to The Yale Graduate School of Music at age seventeen where he studied with legendary cellist Aldo Parisot and was chosen as the founding cellist of the new Norfolk Chamber Ensemble for Yale’s Norfolk Music Festival. Since graduation in 2004 he has been immersed in a variety of recording projects for the LPR label. Those include the most imposing solo cello works of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, some recorded for the first time. Among these rare works are pieces by Louis Abbiate, virtuoso cellist, composer and director of the School of Music in the principality of Monaco (1922-1933), which recordings have been added to the historical collection of The National Committee of Monaco Traditions. Additionally he has collaborated with the Servais Society in Halle, Belgium, editing a new critical edition of manuscript works of Adrien-François Servais, the “Paganini” of the cello. Peter continues to perform and lead recording projects for Lonely Peaks Records, engineering, producing, and mastering. His latest release — The Accordable Cello — presents accordatura works by J. S. Bach and Z. Kodály.
Natasha Ulyanovsky conductor, pianist, organist and vocal coach is a graduate of Odessa Conservatory, of the former U.S.S.R. She continued her musical studies with L. Roizman at the Moscow Conservatory, L. Kramer in Germany and J. Dalton at the Queen’s College, Oxford. Before emigrating from the U.S.S.R. in 1989 she was an orchestra artist (organ, piano, harpsichord) and vocal coach at Odessa Opera House, concert organist with Moscow Soyuzconcert (the state concert management for professional musicians) concertizing worldwide. She released two recordings on Melodia label and earned a title of Honored Artist of Abkhazian Republic in1988. Ms. Ulyanovsky concertized in Hungary, Italy, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Lithuania, Latvia, Israel, Poland, Germany and throughout New England. In 2004 she appeared in the program Two Nations-One Love at Carnegie Hall, N.Y. She has taught music (piano, organ, music theory and history)at Hotchkiss School, Kent School, Hartt School, and CCSU,CT. Presently she is holding the Music Director position at Beth Israel Congregation and St. Brigid Catholic Church in West Hartford, CT, and actively performs in USA and abroad.