Sunday, August 12, 2007

Meanwhile in Cleveland

A Russian pianist takes home the gold.
Alexander Ghindin of Russia, age 30, has won the 2007 Cleveland International Piano Competition. He receives $50,000, an Alice Tully Hall recital, a compact disc recording on the Naxos label, two years of concert management, and engagements drawing up to $100,000 in income.
By all accounts a pianist to keep on your radar.


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