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Evgenia Rabinovich is a 25-year-old Vancouver-based pianist, teacher, and performer. She is a winner of numerous regional and provincial competitions, and a First Place winner of the 2010 National Canadian Music Competition. Evgenia received her Bachelor’s degree as an Honours graduate of the Mannes School of Music in NY (BMUS, 2015) under the tutelage of Professor Pavlina Dokovska. In 2017, Evgenia received her Master’s degree at the University of British Columbia (MMUS, 2017), where she is currently in the process of completing her Doctoral of Musical Arts in Piano Performance under the guidance of Professor Mark Anderson. Evgenia’s performance career includes concert appearances across the United States, Canada, Europe, and China. She has played internationally with multiple orchestras since her concerto debut with the Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra under conductor Ken Hsieh in 2009, when she played Tchaikovsky’s Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor, Op. 23. Evgenia’s international appearances include regular performances in Italy, where she performed with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Alicante under Maestro Uri Segal in 2015, and with the Brunensis Virtuosi Orchestra under Maestro Danwen Wei in 2017. Evgenia’s musical training includes long-term work with revered musicians like Sasha Starcevich, Pavlina Dokovksa, and Sarah Davis Buechner. Evgenia’s chamber training includes work with Professor Rena Sharon as well as the late musician and critic Harris Goldsmith. Evgenia graduated high school early at the top of her class upon her completion of the University Transitions Program for Gifted Adolescents. She received Early Entrance to the University of British Columbia and was awarded The Major Entrance Scholarship. Evgenia accepted the offer and began her Bachelor's studies at UBC at the age of 15. Until 2011, Evgenia studied privately with Dr. Sasha Starcevich, while majoring in English Rhetoric at UBC. Evgenia teaches piano and theory across the Greater Vancouver area. She is currently employed as a Graduate Teaching Instructor by the University of British Columbia, where she is leading one-on-one Undergraduate Secondary Piano classes. She is also teaching RCM piano and theory to advanced and intermediate-level students privately in Burnaby, as well as leading pre-performance coachings and masterclasses at the request of other teachers in her area. Program: Beethoven (1770 – 1827) – Sonata No. 30 in E major, Op. 109 (Composed 1820) Vivace ma non troppo — Adagio espressivo, E major Prestissimo, E minor Gesangvoll, mit innigster Empfindung. Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo, E major Chopin (1810 – 1849) – Ballade No. 2 in F major, Op. 38 (Composed[masked]) Debussy (1862 – 1918) – Estampes L. 100 (Composed 1903) "Pagodes" ("Pagodas") "La soirée dans Grenade" ("Evening in Granada") "Jardins sous la pluie" ("Gardens in the Rain") Schumann (1810 – 1856)– Carnaval Op. 9 (Composed[masked]) 1. Préambule (A♭ major; Quasi maestoso) 2. Pierrot (E♭ major; Moderato) 3. Arlequin (B♭ major; Vivo) 4. Valse noble (B♭ major; Un poco maestoso) 5. Eusebius (E♭ major; Adagio) 6. Florestan (G minor; Passionato) 7. Coquette (B♭ major; Vivo) 8. Réplique (B♭ major – G minor; L'istesso tempo) --. Sphinxes (not intended for performance) 9. Papillons (B♭ major: Prestissimo) 10. A.S.C.H. – S.C.H.A: Lettres Dansantes (E♭ major; Presto) 11. Chiarina (C minor; Passionato) 12. Chopin (A♭ major; Agitato) 13. Estrella (F minor; Con affetto) 14. Reconnaissance (A♭ major; Animato) 15. Pantalon et Colombine (F minor; Presto) 16. Valse allemande (A♭ major; Molto vivace) --. Intermezzo: Paganini (F minor; Presto) 17. Aveu (F minor – A♭ major; Passionato) 18. Promenade (D♭ major; Con moto) 19. Pause (A♭ major; Vivo) 20. Marche des "Davidsbündler" contre les Philistins (A♭ major; Non allegro)

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