Piano Master Class with Temirzhan Yerzhanov
Named ‘Best Performer of 2007’ by San Francisco Classical Voice, pianist Temirzhan Yerzhanov returns to the Bay Area with recital at San Francisco Old First Church on November 8, in Rachmaninov’s Third Piano Concerto with Diablo Symphony in Walnut Creek on November 15, 2009 and in master class at Golden Key Piano School.
He started his career by winning the First Prize and Gold Medal at the XIth International Robert Schumann Piano Competition 1993 in Zwickau, Germany, and went on appearing at Berlin Konzerthaus, Leipzig Gewandhaus, London Wigmore Hall, Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Dresden Sempergalerie, Paris' Salle Pleyel, Moscow and St Petersburg Philharmonic Halls, New York's Merkin Hall, just to name a few.
As a pianist and a teacher Temirzhan Yerzhanov belongs to the piano school, originated by Franz Liszt and passed down through a chain of great Russian pianists Alexander Ziloti, Konstantin Igumnov and Lev Oborin to his professor Mikhail Voskressensky. Upon graduating from the renowned Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory he’s been a faculty member of his alma mater. His students won top prizes at such competitions as The Queen Elisabeth in Brussels, The Tchaikovsky in Moscow, The Vianna da Motta in Macau, The Alessandro Casagrande in Terni, The AXA in Dublin, The Lev Vlasenko in Brisbane, competitions in Porto and Epinal, the US Open Music Competition in Oakland, CA. He has given master classes at the Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA; the University of Yantai, China; The Vienna School of Music and Arts, Hong Kong; Izhevsk Music College, Russia and Kyrgyz National Conservatory, Bishkek.
Temirzhan Yerzhanov resides now in London. Full information about the pianist and teacher is on www.temirzhanyerzhanov.com
|Piano Master class Schedule|
Participants: $ 50.00
Observers: $ 15.00 / session
|Participants should be advanced level.
Limited to 6 participants only, available on first-come-first-served basis.
Please call or email to register early to avoid disappointment.
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Teacher Training Program
This piano pedagogy course was designed for professionally trained pianists and musicians who are interested in learning the Golden Key method. The Golden Key method is a creative approach to developing student’s imagination based on Russian School of piano.
This program can also be presented via skype.