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nNina McIntire Presents:

"A Smile for You – Mother’s Day Concert"

May 13, 2018, Sunday, at 3:30 PM

Scottish Rite Theatre, 207 W 18th St, Austin, TX 78701

On her Mother’s Day celebration concert Nina McIntire, Composer & Pianist, dedicates her music program to all mothers of the world.

BUY TICKETS ONLINE

https://nina-mcintire.ticketleap.com/mothers-day-concert-with-ivory-fantasy/dates/May-13-2018_at_0330PM

Composer & Pianist dedicates her imaginative, poetic and uplifting “Ivory Fantasy” music program to all mothers of the world in this elegant celebration concert. More information on Nina’s website ivoryfantasy.com and on TicketLeap.

Tickets at the door (cash only) and online:

  • Adults: $25
  • Frequent concertgoers of Ivory Fantasy, Musical Connections and Russian Speakers Society: $17
  • Students: $15
  • Children under 12: free

Free parking lot is immediately to the east of the theater, at 18th and Colorado.
Wheelchair accessible.

This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

For more information, 512-335-4449, http://musicalconnections.net

Russian Speakers Societycity of austinTCAnational endowment for the artsMusical Connections
UT


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Classical piano retreat at the beautiful Lago Vista

SaturdayMay 19, 2018 at 7pm - Lago Vista, Texas

Tickets information on : http://musicalconnections.net

For address to the event please contact naira@musicalconnections.net, or sergey@musicalconnections.net, Lago Vista, TX 78645, USA

Experience evolution of piano and classical music! Meet the ancestor of the piano, the Kantale, playing classical favorites. Followed by a piano that will gift us with precious classical pieces and well-known classics in a modern style! This concert gives music lovers an opportunity to experience live performances up close and personal in a beautiful house with breathtaking views.

  • Enjoy sunset with wine and bites.
  • Socialize with other lovers of classical music.
  • Find new friends.
  • Top it off with wonderful deserts.

Have a magnificent Saturday!

All proceeds from tickets sales will go to support artists for 2019 Concert series.

If you have any questions e-mail to: naira@musicalconnections.net

BUY TICKETS ONLINE

https://www.showclix.com/event/classical-piano-retreat


bAlena Gorina with the support of Musical Connections and Russian Speakers Society of Austin Presents:

"Golden Fingers: Piano Craft for four hands"

June 9, 2018, Saturday, at 7:00 PM

Scottish Rite Theatre, 207 W 18th St, Austin, TX 78701

Tickets (at the door):
•           Adults: $20
•           Seniors and Students: $10
•           Students and children under 12: free

BUY TICKETS ONLINE

https://www.showclix.com/event/golden-fingers

The concert, “Golden Fingers,” features Duo AleAnya (Anya Grokhovski and Alena Gorina) playing on one piano, and will take place at the Scottish Rite Theater.

This concert will feature works by Schubert, Brahms, Barber, and Rachmaninoff.

These artists perform out of a love for classical music and cultural elegance. Join us for an innovative and exciting performance!

Originally from Minsk, Belarus, pianist Alena Gorina is a lecturer at the Texas State University at San Marcos. Dr. Gorina holds a DMA in Piano Performance from the University of Texas at Austin, a Master’s Degree from the Bowling Green State University, and the Diploma of the Belarusian National Conservatory. Her principal teachers over the years have been Nancy Garrett, Maxim Mogilevsky, Vladimir Dulov, and Ariadna Guzhalovskaya.

In Belarus, Ms. Gorina taught at the College of Music, the Belarusian Academy of Music, and the National Music School. She performed with various instrumentalists and served as an accompanist with the balalaika ensemble “Zolotaya Gorka” (“Golden Hill”) between 1998 and 2000. Her admiration of twentieth-century music brought her to Vienna, where she participated in master classes with Emmy Henz-Diemand. In 2001, the Bahrain Music Institute invited Alena Gorina to lead their piano department.

Dr. Gorina’s recognition in America began after a live broadcast as a soloist on WGTE FM 91 in Toledo, Ohio. She frequently appears with the “Musical Bridges Around the World” (MBAW) series in San Antonio, presenting a variety of programs and styles including “Schubert’s Birthday”, “A Date with Rachmaninoff”, ”Women in Music”, and “French Impressions.” A Naxos recording of her performance of Lucas Foss’s “Psalms” with the University of Texas Chamber Singers under conductor James Morrows was released July 2010. In December 2011, Dr. Gorina participated in a unique performance of Liszt’s “Hexameron” for six pianists/twelve hands as part of “Golden Fingers and Golden Toes” for MBAW. Dr. Gorina’s piano solo album “Magical Evenings” is available on Amazon.

In 2013, she organized the piano duet AleAnya with Anya Grokhovsky (DuoAleAnya.com). The duet is gaining national recognition, including a Puerto Rican tour, collaborating with composers and choreographers to enrich the repertoire. In Summer 2017, the duet will perform a European tour. In her free time, Dr. Gorina performs community outreach concerts at schools and retirement homes, both as a soloist and as part of the duet.

Anya Grokhovski is a noted chamber music artist, born into a family of professional musicians. Her father was a violinist with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra for more than forty years. Her mother is a noted violin teacher and her brother plays a concert violin. Anya received her Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral degrees in piano performance and pedagogy from the Russian Academy of Music in Moscow, Russia. She was a professor at the Gnessin State College in Moscow prior to coming to the US in 1989. The position of a staff accompanist at UTSA brought her to San Antonio in 1991.

Among her chamber music partners are: Emanuel Borok, concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony; Khenning Kruggerood, Norwegian concert violinist; Pierre Hommage, French violinist; Francheska Salvimini, Italian concert flutist; Mark Cheikhet, Russian concert violinist and many others. She had the great honor of serving as the accompanist for the legendary American bassist, William Warfield. She has recorded with the Moscow State Symphony, the German, Swiss, and Czech National Radio, numerous piano solo recordings as well as chamber music CDs and DVDs.

She has performed with groups and festivals in: Amsterdam (Holland), Bergen (Norway), Avignon, Paris, Axan. Provence, Marseilles and Alsace (France), Lugarno, Basel, and Aquarossa (Switzerland), Ljubljana, (Slovenia), Moscow and St. Petersburg (Russia), Tallinn (Estonia), Lisbon and Coimbra (Portugal), Prague and Mareinbud (Czech Republic), Trieste, Bressia, Disenzano, Alexandria, Brindisi, Venice, and Milan (Italy). Among her most recent performances were Festival Oldenburg Promenade in Germany; Boston Conservatory of Music; TMI and Carnegie Hall in New York.

Anya’s fiery passion for music, commitment to San Antonio, and connections to world-class musicians provided a platform for the creation of an exciting new musical experience. With the avid support of a group of local music lovers in 1998 Anya designed a series of salon concerts in private residences. By 1999, programming extended to San Fernando Cathedral, and in 2000 to McAllister Auditorium. Extensive community outreach educational program Kids to Concerts offers free in-school multicultural performances. NEW International Music Festival “Music Without Borders” will be introduced to San Antonio audiences in the spring of 2014. Currently MBAW programming reaching over 25000 people a year in the greater San Antonio metro area.

This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

For more information, 512-335-4449, http://musicalconnections.net or

Russian Speakers Societycity of austinTCAnational endowment for the artsMusical Connections
UT


International Festival - Institute in Round Top, TX

June 3 - July 14, 2018

Grand Opening - June 9

Closing Gala - July 14

Program: Master classes, Chamber concerts, Symphony concerts every Saturday and during weekdays. Classical music all sorts and sizes.

Information and tickets: http://festivalhill.org

 

 

 

 


Musical Links all over the Texas

Houston:
www.houstonballet.org
www.houstonsymphony.org
www.houstongrandopera.org

Dallas:
www.dallassymphony.com
www.dallasopera.org

San Antonio:
www.sasymphomy.org

 

nNina McIntire Presents:

"A Smile for You – Mother’s Day Concert"

May 13, 2018, Sunday, at 3:30 PM

Scottish Rite Theatre, 207 W 18th St, Austin, TX 78701

On her Mother’s Day celebration concert Nina McIntire, Composer & Pianist, dedicates her music program to all mothers of the world.

BUY TICKETS ONLINE

https://nina-mcintire.ticketleap.com/mothers-day-concert-with-ivory-fantasy/dates/May-13-2018_at_0330PM

Composer & Pianist dedicates her imaginative, poetic and uplifting “Ivory Fantasy” music program to all mothers of the world in this elegant celebration concert. More information on Nina’s website ivoryfantasy.com and on TicketLeap.

Tickets at the door (cash only) and online:

  • Adults: $25
  • Frequent concertgoers of Ivory Fantasy, Musical Connections and Russian Speakers Society: $17
  • Students: $15
  • Children under 12: free

Free parking lot is immediately to the east of the theater, at 18th and Colorado.
Wheelchair accessible.

This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

For more information, 512-335-4449, http://musicalconnections.net

Russian Speakers Societycity of austinTCAnational endowment for the artsMusical Connections
UT


cg

Classical piano retreat at the beautiful Lago Vista

SaturdayMay 19, 2018 at 7pm - Lago Vista, Texas

Tickets information on : http://musicalconnections.net

For address to the event please contact naira@musicalconnections.net, or sergey@musicalconnections.net, Lago Vista, TX 78645, USA

Experience evolution of piano and classical music! Meet the ancestor of the piano, the Kantale, playing classical favorites. Followed by a piano that will gift us with precious classical pieces and well-known classics in a modern style! This concert gives music lovers an opportunity to experience live performances up close and personal in a beautiful house with breathtaking views.

  • Enjoy sunset with wine and bites.
  • Socialize with other lovers of classical music.
  • Find new friends.
  • Top it off with wonderful deserts.

Have a magnificent Saturday!

All proceeds from tickets sales will go to support artists for 2019 Concert series.

If you have any questions e-mail to: naira@musicalconnections.net

BUY TICKETS ONLINE

https://www.showclix.com/event/classical-piano-retreat


bAlena Gorina with the support of Musical Connections and Russian Speakers Society of Austin Presents:

"Golden Fingers: Piano Craft for four hands"

June 9, 2018, Saturday, at 7:00 PM

Scottish Rite Theatre, 207 W 18th St, Austin, TX 78701

Tickets (at the door):
•           Adults: $20
•           Seniors and Students: $10
•           Students and children under 12: free

BUY TICKETS ONLINE

https://www.showclix.com/event/golden-fingers

The concert, “Golden Fingers,” features Duo AleAnya (Anya Grokhovski and Alena Gorina) playing on one piano, and will take place at the Scottish Rite Theater.

This concert will feature works by Schubert, Brahms, Barber, and Rachmaninoff.

These artists perform out of a love for classical music and cultural elegance. Join us for an innovative and exciting performance!

Originally from Minsk, Belarus, pianist Alena Gorina is a lecturer at the Texas State University at San Marcos. Dr. Gorina holds a DMA in Piano Performance from the University of Texas at Austin, a Master’s Degree from the Bowling Green State University, and the Diploma of the Belarusian National Conservatory. Her principal teachers over the years have been Nancy Garrett, Maxim Mogilevsky, Vladimir Dulov, and Ariadna Guzhalovskaya.

In Belarus, Ms. Gorina taught at the College of Music, the Belarusian Academy of Music, and the National Music School. She performed with various instrumentalists and served as an accompanist with the balalaika ensemble “Zolotaya Gorka” (“Golden Hill”) between 1998 and 2000. Her admiration of twentieth-century music brought her to Vienna, where she participated in master classes with Emmy Henz-Diemand. In 2001, the Bahrain Music Institute invited Alena Gorina to lead their piano department.

Dr. Gorina’s recognition in America began after a live broadcast as a soloist on WGTE FM 91 in Toledo, Ohio. She frequently appears with the “Musical Bridges Around the World” (MBAW) series in San Antonio, presenting a variety of programs and styles including “Schubert’s Birthday”, “A Date with Rachmaninoff”, ”Women in Music”, and “French Impressions.” A Naxos recording of her performance of Lucas Foss’s “Psalms” with the University of Texas Chamber Singers under conductor James Morrows was released July 2010. In December 2011, Dr. Gorina participated in a unique performance of Liszt’s “Hexameron” for six pianists/twelve hands as part of “Golden Fingers and Golden Toes” for MBAW. Dr. Gorina’s piano solo album “Magical Evenings” is available on Amazon.

In 2013, she organized the piano duet AleAnya with Anya Grokhovsky (DuoAleAnya.com). The duet is gaining national recognition, including a Puerto Rican tour, collaborating with composers and choreographers to enrich the repertoire. In Summer 2017, the duet will perform a European tour. In her free time, Dr. Gorina performs community outreach concerts at schools and retirement homes, both as a soloist and as part of the duet.

Anya Grokhovski is a noted chamber music artist, born into a family of professional musicians. Her father was a violinist with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra for more than forty years. Her mother is a noted violin teacher and her brother plays a concert violin. Anya received her Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral degrees in piano performance and pedagogy from the Russian Academy of Music in Moscow, Russia. She was a professor at the Gnessin State College in Moscow prior to coming to the US in 1989. The position of a staff accompanist at UTSA brought her to San Antonio in 1991.

Among her chamber music partners are: Emanuel Borok, concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony; Khenning Kruggerood, Norwegian concert violinist; Pierre Hommage, French violinist; Francheska Salvimini, Italian concert flutist; Mark Cheikhet, Russian concert violinist and many others. She had the great honor of serving as the accompanist for the legendary American bassist, William Warfield. She has recorded with the Moscow State Symphony, the German, Swiss, and Czech National Radio, numerous piano solo recordings as well as chamber music CDs and DVDs.

She has performed with groups and festivals in: Amsterdam (Holland), Bergen (Norway), Avignon, Paris, Axan. Provence, Marseilles and Alsace (France), Lugarno, Basel, and Aquarossa (Switzerland), Ljubljana, (Slovenia), Moscow and St. Petersburg (Russia), Tallinn (Estonia), Lisbon and Coimbra (Portugal), Prague and Mareinbud (Czech Republic), Trieste, Bressia, Disenzano, Alexandria, Brindisi, Venice, and Milan (Italy). Among her most recent performances were Festival Oldenburg Promenade in Germany; Boston Conservatory of Music; TMI and Carnegie Hall in New York.

Anya’s fiery passion for music, commitment to San Antonio, and connections to world-class musicians provided a platform for the creation of an exciting new musical experience. With the avid support of a group of local music lovers in 1998 Anya designed a series of salon concerts in private residences. By 1999, programming extended to San Fernando Cathedral, and in 2000 to McAllister Auditorium. Extensive community outreach educational program Kids to Concerts offers free in-school multicultural performances. NEW International Music Festival “Music Without Borders” will be introduced to San Antonio audiences in the spring of 2014. Currently MBAW programming reaching over 25000 people a year in the greater San Antonio metro area.

This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

For more information, 512-335-4449, http://musicalconnections.net or

Russian Speakers Societycity of austinTCAnational endowment for the artsMusical Connections
UT


International Festival - Institute in Round Top, TX

June 3 - July 14, 2018

Grand Opening - June 9

Closing Gala - July 14

Program: Master classes, Chamber concerts, Symphony concerts every Saturday and during weekdays. Classical music all sorts and sizes.

Information and tickets: http://festivalhill.org


church

Holy Protection Russian Orthodox Church

Fr. Aidan may be contacted at hieromonachusaidanus@yahoo.com. Those who need a baptism, wedding, or funeral/memorial service should contact him by email as well as by phone, so as to ensure the fastest response.

Services are in English with some Russian, in the Russian traditions. For a detailed calendar of services, click here.

Holy Protection Russian Orthodox Church
(512) 915-0667
http://www.orthodoxaustin.org

Sunday Liturgy 9:30 a.m.


 

 

 



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