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Tania Stavreva Solo Recital at the National Opera Center
Saturday October 27, 2018, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$35 – $100
After a successful sold out performance in April, 2018, "Bulgarian-born piano dynamo" (Time Out NY) and Billboard Top 10 international multi-award winning artist Tania Stavreva, is returning at the National Opera Center Recital Hall, right after Berlin tour and debut at the Berlin Philharmonie. Save the date, early bird ticket sales start on August 1st, 2018 and end Sept 30th, 2018.
Program details: works by Tania Stavreva (including new original works that are world and US premieres), Alberto Ginastera (Argentina), Erik Satie (France), Steve Holtje (USA) – Tribute to Satie + new world premieres, Grammy-nominated London based composer Dobrinka Tabakova (Bulgaria/UK), Andras Derecskei (Hungary) – USA Premiere of his Preludes for Piano. The event will also include special guest – electronica artist & composer Jon Ososki (USA) performing world premiere of original works with Tania for piano and live electronics.
More about Tania Stavreva: http://www.TaniaStavreva.com/
What the press says:
"Edgy, knock-out, Tania Stavreva's got rhythm" – The Huffington Post "A knockout of an album" – Blogcritics Magazine"World-Class! Impressive! Adventurous! Entertaining! Exquisite!Tania Stavreva has taken solo piano to rare heights!" – Classicalite News "Wow! This is exceptionally good! Fiery pianism…exhilarating lightness..sense of joy!" – The Arts Desk Magazine (UK)"Tania Stavreva's "Rhythmic Movement" brings you classical music with a modern twist.The Bulgarian-born virtuoso has a unique contemporary classic style" – AXS.com"Extraordinary, intoxicating, superb, incredible, spectacular, evocative! …from hot to hotter!" – Performing Arts Review"Bursting with energy and with chops to burn, Tania Stavreva just might be able to reignitea bigger interest in classical music – especially with young people. ..dazzling, with jaw-dropping technique,precision, and a palette of brilliant tonal colors." – MainlyPiano.com "Most exciting, most unique, mesmerizing, fearless…sends shivers down the spine! Stavreva indeed has stepped into world show business and done it with a fierce, free imagination." – Fanfare Magazine "Rhythmic Movement” is truly an album that will bring you to your feet. No matter your musical preference, you’re going to want this album for your playlist." – The Rogers Revue "Extraordinary, unique, full of passion…so special, so refreshing!" – BritzNBeatz (London, UK) "Bold, unique, a cross-genre trailblazer…Stavreva's interpretations stretch the original concepts,respecting their heredity without being subject to the same" – AllAboutJazz.com "Monstrously talented musician..exploring rhythm in fascinating ways" – The Flip Side Reviews by Kevin Filipski "Her audience was transformed not only by her skills at the piano, which truly were spectacular,but also by her immense creativity." – The Times of Israel"New York based artist Tania Stavreva's debut release, "Rhythmic Movement", is a masterpiece. Joyfully passionate and masterfully performed, "Rhythmic Movement" is a stunning artistic achievement. Regardless of your musical preferences, this is an album you don't want to miss. Most enthusiastically recommended!" – Enlightened Piano Radio "Terrific! Fascinating! A fine musician whom you will hear more from in the coming years" – TheGadAboutTown.com"Very modern jazz feel…beautiful…rising modern sound" – JP's Music Blog"Formidable, exhilarating, exciting, poignant, swinging.." – CultureCatch.com"She is compelling, in her art, as her own person, with a distinct calling and sensibility.Her music sticks with you afterward…" – Osburnt Arts"Exceptional! I was ..stunned! She toes the line without towing the line." – Review by Franck Gutch Jr."Her enthusiasm runneth over. And her fingers moveth quickly upon the keyboard. Bulgarian concert pianist Tania Stavreva impresseth." – KDNK – NPR"Fascinating, formidable, powerful, engaging, intriguing… top contender for a place in the library of any collector interested in music off the beaten path." – Rafael's Music Notes (Music for All Seasons)