Ivan Skanavi Dina Ivanova

Ivan Skanavi Dina Ivanova

Ivan Skanavi Dina Ivanova

Ivan Skanavi Dina Ivanova im Piano Salon

20.12.2023 Piano Salon Christophori

Ivan Skanavi – Cello 
Dina Ivanova – Klavier

Beethoven – 7 Variations “Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen”
Grieg – Ein Traum (arr. Ivan Skanavi)
Grieg – Sonata no.3 für Geige und Klavier(arr. Ivan Skanavi)
Rachmaninov – “Dream” op.38 no.5 (arr. Ivan Skanavi)
Rachmaninov – Cello Sonata op.19

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Born in 1994 in Ryazan Russia, Dina Ivanova studied at Central Music School in Moscow and is currently studying at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow with Prof. A. Mndoyants.

Dina has given concerts in Germany, Hungary, Cuba, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Denmark, Norway, Poland, the United States and Russia. Highlights include concerts with the Thüringer Philharmonie, the Israel Symphony Orchestra and the Goldmund Quartet, as well as performances at the Liszt House in Weimar and Schloss Schillingsfürst.

She has won numerous awards including 2nd Prize at the Liszt Competition in Weimar (2015), 1st Prize at the Tel Hai Competition in Israel (2016) and the Artist Recognition award at the 2017 International Keyboard Festival in New York, USA.

Ivan Skanavi masterfully possesses all the possible shades of sound produced by his instrument (that also highly benefits his arrangements). He knows how to reveal the best of its melodic character, and he really dares to show his true expression, that, unfortunately, can hardly be said about many soloists nowadays. He does not fixate on speed, and therefore on virtuosity (“Hear me!”), but he understands the art of letting music breath, even in fast passages.” (Opus Klassiek, Aart van der Wal about Skanavi’s debut CD “Dimensions” released on “decurio”)

Ivan Skanavi Dina Ivanova
Dimensions
Ivan Skanavi, Dina Ivanova
The Boulanger Legacy
by Merel Vercammen & Dina Ivanova
The Boulanger Legacy
by Merel Vercammen & Dina Ivanova
Symbiosis
Dina Ivanova, Merel Vercammen
Symbiosis
Dina Ivanova, Merel Vercammen