$9 Seniors age 62+ / Youth age 13-21
Natalya Ageyeva began formal piano lessons at age 13 in Moscow at the Special Music School for Talented Children, and she graduated with honors in the Masters Program from the Moscow Conservatory, studying with Valeriy Kastelsky. She completed her doctoral degree at the University of Washington with distinguished pianists, Bela Siki and Robin McCabe.
An artist of great versatility, Ms. Ageyeva has performed as a recitalist, chamber musician, and orchestra soloist throughout the US and internationally, including Russia, Italy, Austria, and Israel. Her performances have also been broadcast several times locally on KING FM in Seattle and televised in Moscow and Chicago. She has appeared at a broad range of venues, including Benaroya Hall in Seattle, the Governor’s Mansion in Olympia, Carnegie Hall in New York, and the Rachmaninoff Hall in Moscow. She has also been an active participant in many local music festivals, including the Seattle Chamber Music Society's Summer Festival, Seattle’s Mostly Nordic Chamber Music Series, the Olympic Music Festival, the Second City Chamber Series in Tacoma, the Methow Valley Music Festival in Winthrop, and the First Sunday at the Commons Series on Bainbridge Island.
Age 12 and under free
*ticket still required
Saturday, May 19, 2018, 7:30 pm
Bernstein: West Side Story Suite
Taylor: Conjunction (world premiere performance)
Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2, with Natalya Ageyeva
Ms. Ageyeva has taught at the Moscow Conservatory and the University of Washington, and has adjudicated piano competitions in Seattle and Chicago. She is also the Founder and Artistic Director of the Russian Chamber Music Foundation of Seattle. For more information about Natalya Ageyeva, visit her website.