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The Boston Conservatory Presents Piano Masters: Mykola Suk, a Homage to Liszt

(BOSTON—Nov. 8, 2011) The Boston Conservatory presents Mykola Suk as part of its popular Piano Masters series, a unique offering of internationally renowned pianists in solo engagements, performed under the artistic direction of Michael Lewin. The performance takes place Nov. 8, 2011 at 8 p.m. at The Boston Conservatory’s Seully Hall at 8 The Fenway. General admission tickets are $15, $10 for seniors and FREE for students with valid ID. Tickets are available by phone at 617-912-9222 or at

The great Ukranian pianist Mykola Suk presents “Homage to Liszt,” a program tailor-made for his dramatic intensity and passionate virtuosity.


FRANZ LISZT: Funérailles; Les cloches de Genève; Dante Sonata; Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12

VALENTIN SILVESTROY: Dedication to Franz Liszt (1998)

THALBERG: Moses Fantasy

About Mykola Suk

Suk gained international recognition as the winner of the First Prize and Gold Medal at the 1971 International Liszt-Bartok Competition in Budapest, Hungary. His international career has spanned four continents, with performances in the most prestigious venues from the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory to Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall and Carnegie Hall in New York City. The Toronto Star comments on his "…enormous digital control…such an impressive technique was so completely subsumed in the task of musical characterization. Suk never used the piano to show off; he made it the servant of Liszt’s expressive ideas."

American Record Guide describes Ukrainian-American pianist Suk as, “An astonishing blend of muscular power, poetry and utter control - he will prove to be one of the more formidable talents to have appeared in this country in years.”

About The Boston Conservatory

The Boston Conservatory trains exceptional young performing artists for careers that enrich and transform the human experience. Known for its intimate and supportive multi-disciplinary environment, The Boston Conservatory offers fully accredited graduate and undergraduate programs in music, dance and theater, and presents more than 200 performances each year by students, faculty and guest artists. Since its founding in 1867, The Boston Conservatory has shared its talent and creativity with the city of Boston, the region and the nation, and continues to grow today as a vibrant community of artists and educators. 

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