Mykola Suk (piano) and CamerAtis Ensemble – Friday June 17 AT 7 P.M

Mykola Suk (piano) and CamerAtis Ensemble – Friday June 17 AT 7 P.M


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FRIDAY JUNE 17 AT 7 P.M. AT ST. MARK’S CHURCH. A tribute to the Ukraine featuring Mykola Suk (piano) and CamerAtis Ensemble and works by Dvorak and Ukrainian composer Karabitz. Mykola Suk was born in Kiev and gained international recognition as a pianist in 1971, winning the Liszt-Bartok competition in Budapest. His formidable talent has been characterised as demonstrating “an astonishing  blend of muscular power, poetry and utter control and a thrilling interpretation which gave one the impression that he was only warming up”.  He is an avid believer in 20th and 21st Century piano literature. As a distinguished pedagogue and academic Mr. Suk has given master classes at many festivals and music schools and has performed with most major international orchestras in concert halls across the world, premiering numerous works, especially by Ukrainian composers, most of which were composed for, dedicated to, or commissioned by him. He will be accompanied in his recital by the Cameratis Ensemble.

Concert Program

Dvorak – Piano Quintet Opus. 81

  1. -Allegro ma non Troppo
  2. -Dumka; Scherzo (Furiant)
  3. -Finale. Allegro


Ivan Karabyts – Concert Divertimento for Piano and String Quintet

  1. Preludio
  2. Interludio
  3. IPoeme; Duetto; Valse; Interludio
  4. IRecitativo; Interludio
  5.  Finale.

Members of the CamerAtis Ensemble

Atis Bankas – Violin
Jasmine (Meng Jia) Lin – Violin
Dobrochna Zubek – Cello
Troy Milleker – Bass
Emad Zolfaghari – Viola

This Concert is Sponsored by Nadine Kettell-Osborn and Richard Osborn