RADNOR, Pa. (Sept. 14, 2012) – An award-winning pianist and a lyric soprano will perform a free concert at Cabrini College on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012.
The performance is scheduled for 3 p.m. in the Mansion (610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor) and will feature selections from Debussy, Stravinsky, and Scriabin.
A Juilliard-trained musician, Mikhail Yanovitsky’s prowess on the piano has led him to perform in several countries around the world and in 34 U.S. states.
A native of Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Yanovitsky has appeared as a feature soloist with the San Francisco Symphony, the Jupiter Symphony, the Moscow Philharmonic, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the Cape Town Symphony, the Shaghai Symphony, and the Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra.
Born in Moldova, lyric soprano Galina Sakhnovshaya’s repertoire includes lieder, chamber music, oratorio, and opera sung in German, French, Italian, Russian, Czech, English and Spanish. She has performed in the United States, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Israel, Moldova, and Russia.
She earned the Peabody Conservatory Graduate Performance Diploma Scholarship and Grant at the Peabody Conservator y of Music, where she received a master’s degree in vocal performance.
For more information on the concert, contact Dr. Adeline Bethany, professor of fine arts, at 610-902-8380.
For a full schedule of fine arts events, visit www.cabrini.edu/FineArtsCalendar.
About Cabrini College Students do extraordinary things at Cabrini College, a residential Catholic college welcoming learners of all faiths, cultures and backgrounds. Founded in 1957 by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the College provides a transformational “education of the heart,” focusing on academic excellence, leadership development and a commitment to social justice.
Cabrini offers 1,300 full-time undergraduate students more than 30 majors, pre-professional programs, concentrations and minors. More than 1,900 students are in graduate studies programs at the main campus in Radnor, Pa., and at 13 off-site locations. The College’s serene 112-acre campus is located 30 minutes from Philadelphia.