Gleb Ivanov, Piano: Of Young Concert Artists
Feb 08 7:30 PM - Feb 08 9:30 PM
Gleb Ivanov became a pianist because music is the family business.
His mother, father and siblings are all musicians. Gleb didn’t feel he had a choice when he was told to “sit and learn.” So he did.
Fortunately, not only was Gleb talented, he found that playing the piano makes him happy.
A fan of composer Franz Liszt, Gleb endeavors to learn one or two pieces by the composer each year to add to his repertoire. And, proving he’s quite a talented musician, Gleb also plays the clarinet and the accordion.
You’ll like this show if you like classical music, up-and-coming young artists, piano or works by classical composers. This show is not for you if you are not fond of piano recitals or classical music.
Images, Book II – Debussy | Fantasy in C Major, d. 760, Op. 15 (Wanderer) – Schubert
Sonata No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 28 – Rachmaninoff
Reserved Seating $35 | UF Students $10
Contact: Robbie Stevens
Location: Squitieri Studio TheatreDownload iCalendar file