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Piano Recital by Boris Konovalov

Piano Recital by Boris Konovalov

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About the Muttart Hall

The Muttart Hall, MacEwan University's world-class acoustic recital hall, is located at the Alberta College Campus. Built in 1992, and named after Edmonton's The Muttart Foundation, Muttart Hall is also...

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Join Boris Konovalov for his Piano Recital on Saturday, March 4 at 6:30PM at Muttart Hall, 10050 MacDonald Drive NW.

One of the most prominent pianists of his generation, Dr. Boris Konovalov has received his education from Novosibirsk Glinka Conservatory, MD under Prof. S. Gindis, and then Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, DMA under Prof. Vera Gornostaeva, who was a student of legendary H. Neuhaus--the teacher of Gilels and Richter. At the age 11 Boris won his First prize at the All-Siberia piano competition. At the age 21 he won First prize at All-Russia piano competition in Kazan, 1977. Since then, Dr. Konovalov had numerous tours across the globe, including Israel, Germany, England, Austria, USA, China, South Korea, Bulgaria, Mexico, Japan, and Canada.

Dr. Konovalov is a member of the Faculty at International Music Festivals in Italy, Germany, Batumi Music Academy in Georgia, and Petrof Festival in the Czech Republic. Currently, Dr. Konovalov is running his piano studio in North Vancouver.

Partita #2 / Bach
Sonata #32, op. 111 / Beethoven
Variations on the Theme by Paganini, book 1 & 2 / Brahms

The estimated run-time of this performance is 90 minutes, including a short intermission

Adult: $26
Senior (65+): $21
Student (7+): $16

Children aged 6 and under will not be permitted in the venue

No physical or electronic tickets will be provided. You will need to have your order confirmation ready at the door.

Paid parking is available on-site. LRT (Central Station) and ETS routes 5, 8 and 9 are within a 5-minute walk.

Date & Times

  • Sat 3/4/2023 6:30 PM