Faculty Artist Series: Alexei Ulitin, Piano

Faculty Artist Series: Alexei Ulitin, Piano

Sunday, October 23, 2022 . 3PM
Photo by David Andrews.
Principal People: 

Alexei Ulitin, piano
James Stern, violin
Leonid Sushansky, violin

Special Announcement: 

The livestream of this event will only be available to view during the performance. The video will not be available for viewing after the concert.

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Estimated Length: 
2 hours
Program Notes: 

Join us in-person at The Clarice or watch the livestream from the comfort of your home.

School of Music collaborative pianist faculty member Alexei Ulitin takes the spotlight, performing some of his favorite music from various periods. Featuring distinguished alumnus Leonid Sushansky on Mozart’s spirited G major violin sonata, and violin faculty member James Stern for the smoky romanticism of Respighi’s violin sonata, this performance is sure to be a delight! In recognition of the bravery of his compatriots back home, Ulitin performs two solo piano works by Ukrainian composers. To close, the trio come together for Moskowski’s scintillating Suite, Op. 71.


W.A. Mozart: Sonata in G, K301
Ottorino Respighi: Sonata in B minor
Myroslav Skoryk: Burlesque
Mikhail Shukh: De Profundis
Moritz Moskowski: Suite, Op. 71

Health + Safety for In-Person Attendance

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