Anna Kislitsyna returns to Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall with selections from her recent Navona Records release PIANO SPECTRUMS. Performing new and revived compositions, the pianist interprets themes that include the passage of time, foreign landscapes, synesthesia, film, and infamous American figures in this solo piano performance. Kislitsyna covers a wide gamut of repertoire ranging from tender filigree to unbridled, seething virtuosity in this display of contemporary music.
Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
New York NY United States
Born into a family of musicians and trained in the Russian tradition, pianist and harpsichordist Anna Kislitsyna made her solo debut at age 10 with the Omsk Symphony Orchestra. She remains in high demand as a soloist, collaborative pianist, and educator. Recent season highlights include performing a Shostakovich concerto with the Helena Symphony, providing the inaugural performance of the Omsk Philharmonic’s new harpsichord, debuting an album’s program in concert at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, and touring China with Trio Casals. Kislitsyna has completed eight albums of contemporary chamber music as the pianist of Trio Casals and is currently working on her solo album of modern music with Navona Records. She has won prizes in multiple international competitions including Global Music Awards 2020, the Lautard-Chetchenko Competition in France, International Chamber Music Competition in Finland, the Los Angeles International Liszt Competition, and Chopin International Piano Competition in Connecticut. Having performed recitals with principal players of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Kislitsyna has worked with Delaware University, Haverford College, West Chester University, Temple University, the Primavera Fund, Harmony for Peace Foundation, and PMAY Artists Initiative. She is the official collaborative pianist of Ictus International Music Competition. Kislitsyna has served on the piano faculty at the Novosibirsk Conservatory, a top conservatory in Russia. She is currently on the faculty at Haverford College, the Nelly Berman School of Music, and the Philadelphia International Music Festival. She frequently serves as a jury member at international piano competitions and has given masterclasses in China, Russia, and the United States.
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