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Classical Encounter at CGS with Kalina Krusteva

When:

Sun 11 May 2014, 2:00pm–5:15pm

Where: Tim Murray Theatre, 40 Monaro Cresent, Red Hill, Manuka, ACT

Restrictions: All Ages

Website:

Listed by: joshua18

This is the first Masterclass in "Classical Encounters at CGS" series. The artist launching this series is Kalina Krusteva, a Bulgarian cellist currently working with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in Melbourne.

Tickets: (Limited seating)
Audience: $15
Participants: $50 ( $15 non-refundable, however if not accepted to participate will provide an audience ticket. Once accepted the remaining balance will be required to confirm your place.

Tickets will be available at the door on 11 May, however no guarantees of seating due to limited seating.

Private lessons:
As there is only four places available in the Masterclass Kalina is offering private lessons on 12 May. Please contact music@cgs.act.edu.au if you wish to have a private lesson.

If you require any more information please contact music@cgs.act.edu.au or call +61 (2) 6260 9700.

Kalina's Biography:
Cellist Kalina Krusteva graduated from the Bulgarian National School of Music and State Academy and continued her postgraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music.

She went on to perform as a guest principal with the Brighton Philharmonic, the Royal Philharmonic and as a principal of the Russian Chamber Orchestra. In 1992, Kalina’s talents were recognized as a recipient of the Young Talents Award from International Arts Academy of Paris.

Kalina’s solo career includes performances with Turkey’s Izmir Philharmonic, Sofia Philharmonic, Bulgarian Symphony orchestra, Lambeth Symphony Orchestra, London Schubert Players, Royal Academy Orchestra and the Russian Chamber Orchestra under Yuri Bashmet. Her stellar chamber career has performances with Hamish Milne, Anatoly Krastev, Micha Maisky, Roy Theaker and Yuri Zhislin.

In 2009 Kalina moved to Melbourne and established herself in Australia’s musical community working with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra,
as a regular guest Principal with Orchestra Victoria and Victorian Opera.

Completing her doctorate in 2014, Kalina is an educator and employed as a teacher and tutorial professor at the University of Monash. She has recorded two CDs and has continued recording as a soloist and chamber musician with 3MBS Melbourne’s Classical music radio station.