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Elisabeth Pridonoff & Eugene Pridonoff 鋼琴大師班

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  • 日期 : 2019-04-20
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Elisabeth Pridonoff & Eugene Pridonoff 鋼琴大師班

 鋼琴大師班
時間:第一場 2019/5/6 Mon. 13:10-15:00
           第二場 2019/5/7 Tue.13:10-15:00
演批:各2個全場
地點:演奏廳

 鋼琴個別課
   時間:2019/5/6-7 10:00、11:00 共4個時段,每節50分鐘
   地點:教師琴房
   費用:本校生2500元、校外生3000元;登記上課請洽詢系辦

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Elisabeth Pridonoff is internationally known as a pianist and pedagogue and for thirty-five years was Professor of Piano and Duo-in-Residence at the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music where she is now Emerita Professor of Piano. Her former students were winners of many prestigious awards and hold positions at institutions throughout the world. A graduate of The Juilliard School she holds MM degrees in piano with Adele Marcus and Sasha Gorodnitzski and in voice with Hans Heinz and Anna Kaskas.
She was a first-place winner of national and international
competitions including the Midland-Odessa, Shreveport Wideman, El Paso and Oklahoma City Symphony and as a soloist has performed with the Nashville Symphony, the Oklahoma City Symphony, the Shreveport Symphony, the El Paso Symphony, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, the Boise Philharmonic, the Illinois Philharmonic, and Graz Festival. She has given performances and master classes internationally including Tully and Merkin Halls in New York, Boston (Baltic Series), the Kennedy Center, Baltimore, Toronto Town Hall, at the Moscow Conservatory, Siena, Rome (by invitation from the U.S. Ambassador), Munich, London, Monterrey (Mexico) at the Sociedad Artistica Technologicao and the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Canada, Italy, Spain, Belgium, China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. Other appearances include NPR's The Sunday Show and St. Paul Sunday with Bill McGlaughlin, the nationally televised CBS Sunday Morning and festival appearances at Chautauqua, San Luis Obispo Mozart, Arcady, Western Arts, Lyric Arts, Shreveport, and Graz. She has adjudicated national and international piano competitions including the Kapell, Virginia Waring, Chicago Symphony, Wideman, and World Piano.
Her students have won prizes in the Second International Competition for Young Pianists in Memory of Vladimir Horowitz in Kiev, Ukraine (First), Missouri Southern International (first, third and finalist): Ninth Biennial American Pianists Association National Piano Fellowship Audition (Fellowship Award); Shreveport Wideman (first, second); Young Keyboard Artists Association (two seconds); Ibla (Italy) Grand Prize International Piano Competition (third); and the Joanna Hodges International Piano Competition (second). Her international career also includes duo performances with her husband Eugene Pridonoff (Pridonoff Duo) who were interviewed for a
cover story in Clavier Magazine and also published in China’s Piano Artistry magazine. Formerly Co-Artistic Director of the Prague International Piano Institute she has performed and served on the faculties of International Piano Week of Belgium, the Barcelona Festival, the Amalfi Festival, The Great Lakes Festival, Brevard Center Music Festival since 2007 and the Arizona Piano Institute since 2015.
A prolific performer of chamber music, Elisabeth Pridonoff has collaborated with violinists Ronald Copes, William Fitzpatrick, Masao Kawasaki, Timothy Lees, Steven Moeckel, Tai Murray, Eugen Sarbu, Misha Vitenson, Paul Wolfe, violists Catharine Carroll, Jessica Bodner, cellists Andrew Cox, Paul Katz, Michael Mermagen, Misha Quint, Peter Wiley, Aron Zelkowicz, clarinetist David Shifrin, french hornists Michael Hatfield, William Purvis, oboist Sara Bloom, and bassoonists Otto Eifert,
and William Winstead.
Elisabeth Pridonoff is a Steinway Artist under the management of Alkahest Artists & Attractions.


Eugene Pridonoff’s performing and pedagogical career has spanned over five decades. A laureate in the Leventritt, Montreal, Brazil, and Tchaikowsky competitions he has performed with major orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, Phoenix Symphony, Central Opera Orchestra of Beijing, and the San Salvador Symphony Orchestra, under such conductors as Seiji Ozawa, Izler Solomon, Andre Kostelanetz, Michael Gielen, Frederic Prausnitz, Nicholas Harsanyi, Howard Mitchell, John Barnett, Gerhard Samuel, William Smith and Lawrence Leighton Smith. He has also performed recitals throughout North, Central, and South America, Moscow, Russia, Seoul, Korea, Taipei, Taiwan, Beijing, Shanghai, and Wuhan, China, Hong Kong, Sydney, Australia, Czech Republic, Belgium, Italy and Spain.
After an invitation to teach at Temple University in 1965 he went on to hold positions as professor and artist-in-residence at Iowa State University, Arizona State University and for thirty-five years at the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music until his retirement as an Emeritus Professor from UC-CCM in 2015. His former students won first-place in the Horowitz, Missouri Southern, American Pianists Association, Shreveport Wideman, and Midland-Odessa competitions and major awards in the United States Chopin, Hilton Head, and Joanna Hodges competitions among others.
Featured on NPR's "The Sunday Show", Bill McGlaughlin’s "St. Paul Sunday", and on CBS Sunday Morning, he and his wife Elisabeth Pridonoff were interviewed and featured on the cover of Clavier Magazine and the Chinese magazine Piano Artistry in September of 2006. He regularly performs and teaches in the Orient and has made twenty trips to Japan, performing in Tokyo, Sapporo, Yamagata, Osaka, and Sendai. For many summers he performed and taught at the Prague International Masterclasses, the Amalfi Coast Music Festival in Italy, International Piano Week of Belgium, the Barcelona Festival and he was Co-Artistic Director of the Prague International Piano Institute. He continues to give master classes and lectures at festivals and for music teacher organizations throughout the United States and Canada.
Eugene Pridonoff served in administrative capacities as Head of Performance at both the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music and at Arizona State University and also as a consultant to the National Endowment for the Arts in establishing grants for recitalists. He continues to be committed to nurturing the responsibilities of the “artist citizen” in the challenging environment of the 21st century and with Elisabeth Pridonoff has made his home in Scottsdale, Arizona since July of 2015.

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