Scriabin Society of America presents

FAUBION BOWERS ON VIDEO

In conjunction with the Bible Society’s Special Exhibition “Holy Russia” in Tuscany, Italy
Museum of Russian Icons, Peccioli, Italy
Collection of Francesco Bigazzi

Camera Three Video, 1975
with Faubion Bowers and Anton Kuerti

Scriabin: Again and Again, 1966
Faubion Bowers introducing Scriabin’s Tenth Sonata played by Daniel Kunin, (Premiere)

Recordings of the Tenth Sonata
by Christopher O’Riley and Vladimir Ashkenazy

Thursday,
August 21, 2003
5:00 p.m.

Scriabin Revealed:

EXPLORATION THROUGH DIALOGUE AND PERFORMANCE

Scriabin Society of America presents
ALEXANDER TORADZE, Pianist

EXTRAORDINARY EVENT INCLUDING THE NEW YORK PREMIERE OF PROMETHEUS FOR 3 PIANOS

Alexander Toradze is universally recognized as a masterful virtuoo in the grand romantic tradition. He has enriched the great russian piano heritage with his own unorthodox interpretative conceptions, deeply poetic lyricism and intensely emotional excitement. Also appearing at this gala will be some musicians from the Toradze Piano Studio who will perform sonatas of Scriabin at the Marathon Rock Hotel Pianofest at the Ethical Society on halloween. This will include a light show!!!

Wednesday,
October 30, 2002
Steinway Hall
109 West 57th Street
New York City

130th Anniversary Gala

A gala evening in the presence of the Ambassador of the Russian Federation and Mrs. Uyri V. Ushakov to celebrate the 130th Anniversary of the birth of the great Russian composer. The program includes performances by pianists Konstantin Soukhovetski, Dmitri Novgorodsky, Nino Sanikidze and Jerome Lowenthal and soprano Susan Narucki.

April 23, 2002
Residence of the Ambassador
1125 Sixteenth St. N.W.
Washington, D.C.

Symposium

Scriabin 2001: A Re-Evaluation in the New Millennium

Panelists include Jerome Lowenthal, Pianist and Professor, The Julliard School; Jay Reise, Composer; Robert Weiss, Professor of Music, University of Pennsylvania; and Gunther Schuller, Composer, Conductor, former President, New England Conservatory. Moderated by Joseph Bloch, Prefessor Emeritus, The Julliard School.

October 18, 2001
The Julliard School

Pianist Peter Laul

1st Prize winner of the Scriabin International Piano Competition held in Moscow in June 2000, Peter Laul studied at the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory in St. Petersburg, Russia with Professor A. Sandler.Peter Laul’s all-Scriabin program at Steinway Hall included Sonatas #3 and 4, all seven preludes from Op. 17, two Poemes Op. 32 and Op. 69, as well as two Etudes from Op. 42.
This Gala Benefit Concert arranged by the Scriabin Society of America was part of his first prize and included performances in Seattle, Honolulu and another New York appearance at Greenwich House on Friday, October 13. This program included works by Haydn, Schubert, Chopin in addition to other works by Scriabin.

September 28, 2000
7:30 p.m.
Steinway Hall
109 West 57th St.
New York