Tag Archives: Volodymyr Vynnytsky

Moscow Conservatory-trained Khoma/Vynnytsky Duo to Perform

The 2nd Monday Series will host Charleston Music Fest for a night of intimate chamber music. Graduates of the prestigious Moscow Conservatory, faculty duo Natalia Khoma (cello) and Volodymyr Vynnytsky (piano) will present a romantic concert of Beethoven’s Variations in Eb-Major from Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and Sergei Rachmaninov’s Sonata in G minor, Op. 19 for cello and […]

‘Beethoven Forever’ Chamber Music

Charleston Music Fest (CMF), part of the College of Charleston’s CofC Concerts series, will present a night of intimate chamber music on Thursday, March 3, 2016. Anna Rabinova (violin) of the New York Philharmonic will share the stage with College of Charleston faculty duo Natalia Khoma (cello) and Volodymyr Vynnytsky (piano). Having performed together for over 15 […]

Charleston Music Fest Quartet to Perform Romantic Favorites

The 2nd Monday Series will host Charleston Music Fest, both part of the College of Charleston School of the Arts, for a night of intimate chamber music on February 8. Marta Krechkovsky (violin) and Randolph Kelly (viola), who both are members of the Pittsburgh Symphony, will join graduates of the renowned Moscow Conservatory Natalia Khoma (cello) and Volodymyr Vynnytsky […]

CofC Orchestra: ‘Star Wars’ + Tchaikovsky

The College of Charleston Orchestra will perform selections from “Star Wars” composed by John Williams, and works by Tchaikovsky – our orchestra’s Gaillard Center debut! Volodymyr Vynnytsky will perform on piano. Yuriy Bekker is the conductor of the orchestra. Tchaikovsky, Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor, Op. 23, Mvt. I Tchaikovsky, Capriccio Italien, […]

A Little Romance

The 2nd Monday Series at the College of Charleston School of the Arts will host its sister series, Charleston Music Fest, for a night of intimate chamber music on February 9. Faculty duo and graduates of the prestigious Moscow Conservatory, Natalia Khoma (cello) and Volodymyr Vynnytsky (piano), will present a romantic concert of Robert Schumann’s Fantasy pieces […]

Romantic-Era Chamber Music to Open Charleston Music Fest

Charleston Music Fest (CMF) at the College of Charleston School of the Arts will open its 2014-15 season with a virtuosic, all-Romantic program featuring violinist Alexandre Brussilovsky of France, cellist Natalia Khoma, and pianist Volodymyr Vynnytsky. Brussilovsky has performed in the most prestigious concert halls (Carnegie Hall in New York, Salle Pleyel and Théâtre des Champs […]

From Baroque to the Romantics

Charleston Music Fest (CMF), presented by the College of Charleston School of the Arts, will stage its season finale, From Baroque to the Romantics. The performance will take place at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, in the Recital Hall of the Simons Center for the Arts, 54 Saint Philip St. Individual tickets are $30. Tickets can be […]

‘Love and Doom’ With Charleston Music Fest

“This is a rare opportunity to see vocal masterworks by Shostakovich and Brahms because of the high level of musicianship required. Happily, these College of Charleston faculty performers are more than up to the task.”           –Edward Hart, Chair of Music Department, College of Charleston Charleston Music Fest (CMF), presented by […]

Charleston Music Fest Concert “From Chaconne to Meditango”

The College of Charleston School of the Arts will present its third Charleston Music Fest (CMF) concert of the 2012–13 season. “From Chaconne to Meditango” is the exciting program to be performed by guest violinist Nazar Pylatyuk, cellist Natalia Khoma and pianist Volodymyr Vynnytsky. This engaging, chamber music performance will take place on Saturday, March 30, […]

Charleston Music Fest Features Lowcountry Favorites

The College of Charleston School of the Arts will present its second Charleston Music Fest (CMF) concert of the 2012–13 season. After violinist Lee-Chin Siow’s successful recovery from an auto accident and return to the stage last fall, CMF continues its series with cellist Natalia Khoma and pianist Volodymyr Vynnytsky, alongside Siow, in a celebration […]