Lyricism and Passion in Classical Music with concert pianist Yuly Verbitsky
Program Type:Music, Dance & Film
Concert pianist Yuly Verbitsky performs "Lyricism and Passion in Classical Music" selected works of William Gillock, Edvard Grieg, Franz Liszt, and Frederic Chopin. Yuly Verbitsky received his music education beginning at the age of six at the famous Stolyarsky Music School in Odessa, Ukraine, and later at the Ukrainian State Conservatory, where he studied under the supervision of Professor Regina Horowitz, the sister and colleague of the great pianist Vladimir Horowitz. Mr. Verbitsky continued developing his classical piano career as a soloist at Yalta Philharmonic, and then as a concert artist at the State Concert Company in St. Petersburg. After moving to the United States in 1979, Yuly worked as an accompanist at famous Julliard School in New York City. He is currently teaching at his private Piano Studio in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. Mr. Verbitsky continues to perform frequently in the New York / New Jersey Metropolitan area. Whatever he plays, Mr. Verbitsky performs it with a special kind of insight and beauty that is uniquely his own.
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