Marina Lomazov & Joseph Rackers: Solo Works

2015 Gina Bachauer International Piano Festival

Marina Lomazov & Joseph Rackers: Solo Works

“a diva of the piano” –Salt Lake Tribune on Lomazov
“enormous power and intelligent, instinctive interpretation” –Spoleto Today on Rackers


Prelude and Fugue in E Major, BWV 878 // J.S. Bach

Etude Fantasy (1976) // John Corigliano
     For the Left Hand Alone
Fifths to Thirds

La Valse // Maurice Ravel

Joseph Rackers, Piano


Kreisleriana, op. 16 // Robert Schumann
     Äußerst bewegt
Sehr innig und nicht zu rasch
Sehr aufgeregt
Sehr langsam
Sehr lebhaft
Sehr langsam
Sehr rasch
Schnell und spielend

Variations, op.41 // Nicolai Kapustin

Marina Lomazov, Piano

$20 general | $15 senior | $8 student
For senior and student tickets, please call ArtTix at 801.355.ARTS


Joseph Rackers has performed for enthusiastic audiences in New York, Chicago, Kiev, Rome, Shanghai and Washington D.C., at venues across Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Ukraine and extensively throughout the United States. Rackers is Associate Professor of Piano at the University of South Carolina School of Music where he teaches an international class of pianists and serves as Program Director of the Southeastern Piano Festival, one of the premiere venues in the United States for the training of young pianists and presentation of distinguished artists in concert.

Ukrainian-American pianist Marina Lomazov has established herself as one of the most passionate and charismatic performers on the concert scene today. Marina Lomazov has given major debut recitals in New York (Weill-Carnegie Hall) Boston (Symphony Hall), Chicago (Dame Myra Hess Concert Series), Los Angeles (Museum of Art), Shanghai (City Theater) and Kiev (Kiev International Music Festival). New York Times chief music critic Anthony Tommasini describes a recent New York performance as “dazzling” and Talk Magazine Shanghai describes her performances as “a dramatic blend of boldness and wit”. Ms. Lomazov is Ira McKissick Koger Professor of Piano at the University of South Carolina.

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