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In the concert hall of the Museum of A.N. Scriabin will host a concert prepared jointly with the Moscow Conservatory. Guests will hear works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Emil von Sauer, Moritz Moszkowski and Sergei Rachmaninoff.

Students of the Moscow State Conservatory named after P.I. Tchaikovsky Alexander Vershinin Alexander Kalafatov, Yurik Tateisi and Reta Matsuhashi.

Alexandra Kalafatova is a recipient of a scholarship from the Government of Russia, a member of the Regional Public Fund for the Promotion of the Creative Heritage of the Composer A.N. Scriabin (A.N. Scriabin Foundation).

Yurika Tateishi from Sapporo (Japan) started her music studies at the age of six. At the competition, Shule took first place and as a prize got the opportunity to play a solo concert in Moscow. Winner of the second prize at the II International Piano Competition “Scriabin – Rachmaninoff” (Bulgaria).

Reta Matsuhashi was born in Asahikawa, Japan. Since 2018 he has been studying at the Moscow Conservatory. Over the years of study in Moscow, he became the winner of the VII International V. Gavrilin Competition (one prize and a special prize for the best performance of a work by V. Gavrilin), as well as a semifinalist of the IV International V. Krainev Piano Competition. Conducts an active concert activity, performs solo and in ensembles.

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