The newest recording, Rachmaninoff Recital, released in May 10, 2011 under Bridge Records, Inc., includes Primakov’s renditions of some of Rachmaninoff’
Primakov has played at a large number of venues over his illustrious career; from Alice Tully Hall at the Lincoln Center of the Performing Arts where he won the William Petschek Piano Recital Award, to Bloemfontein and Johannesburg in South Africa for his show, “In Concert – All Chopin.” He has also played at the Gina Bachauer International Arts Piano Competition in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he was awarded the Audience prize and silver medal; and the Young Concert Artists (YCA), where he won the first prize and the Long Center for the Performing Arts in Texas to perform his recital of “La Valse.”
Tickets for Vassily Primakov are on sale now and can be purchased online, at www.aupac.adelphi.edu, or call the Lucia and Steven N. Fischer Box Office in the AUPAC at (516) 877-4000. Prices are $35 and $42 with discounts for groups, students and seniors.
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