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Thursday 23rd November 2017
Thursday 23rd November 2017
20:00 - 22:30
1 day/night
Technopolis 20
  Pafos Pafos
Nikolaou I. Nikolaidi Avenue, Paphos, Cyprus
Not Available
Thursday 23 November 8pm
Technopolis 20 Paphos
Yiannis Georgiou, Nina Ioannidou, Galina Dimova,
Natalia Lezedova & Ivelina Ruseva (piano)
Works include: Schumann, Saint-Saens, Liszt, Debussy,
Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Piazzolla
Tickets: €12, with all proceeds to the Paphos Kidney
Association new dialysis machine fund.
Reservations: Tel: 70002420
Email: andrewoliver9@yahoo.com
A piano feast where everyone will play solo and also two duos –
Nina & Natalia, Galina & Ivelina and maybe even six hands!
Nina Ioannidou was born in Russia. She graduated from
Musical University of Stavroupoli in Russia and from the
Musical Faculty of the University of Greece. In 2003 - 2004
she took part in the competitions in Athens and won first and
second prizes. She has taught and accompanied in Greece
and for the last eight years has taught in music schools in
Paphos and Limassol.
Galina Dimova was born in Chirpan, Bulgaria in 1967. She
graduated from The Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts
in Plovdiv with distinctions, obtaining an M.A. in Music
Education and Piano Pedagogy. In addition, Galina has a
PhD on the piano compositions of the Cypriot pianist and
composer Nicolas Economou. She has made multiple
publications in Bulgarian, as well as in English. She also
collaborated with video artist Yiannos Economou, as a
composer and performer. Galina plays extensively both as a
soloist and as an accompanist and has an unusually wide
repertoire, ranging from Baroque all the way up to
contemporary music.
Natalia Lezedova is a graduate of the Musical Faculty
of the State Pedagogical University of Russia, and she also
Has postgraduate studies in "Musical Art" (2012). She has an
advanced training course from the Rimsky-Korsakov Saint-
Petersburg State Conservatory (2013). She is a Laureate of
five international competitions, among them: two first prizes
as a performer-soloist (Saint-Petersburg and Moscow 2012),
winner of the Grand-Prix musical festival-competition
“Severnaya Venetsia” (2012) and Laureate of the first prize as
a Concertmaster (Musical Competition Performing Arts Saint-
Petersburg 2013).
Yiannis Georgiou was born in London. He spent his
childhood in both Cyprus and in England where he attended
the Royal College of Music Junior Department. He studied at
Trinity College of Music in London, with Alexander Ardakov
and John Bingham, where he received numerous competition
prizes and graduated with the DipTCL Performer’s Diploma.
He continued his studies in Moscow, at the Tchaikovsky
Conservatoire, initially with Professor Valery Kastelsky, a
student of Heinrich Neuhaus, and finally with Pavel Nersessian,
He graduated with the Aspirant Diploma. Yiannis Georgiou is
the only Cypriot Pianist to have received this award. Yiannis
has performed as a soloist in the UK, Greece, Cyprus, Spain,
Switzerland and Germany. Yiannis Georgiou has been living in
Cyprus since 2004.
Ivelina Ruseva (piano) was born in Ruse, Bulgaria. At the age
of seven she began piano lessons and at ten she was accepted
in the music school "Veselin Stogianov" - Ruse. During her
studies she participated in many concerts and competitions for
solo piano. In 1992, she graduated with honors and was
accepted at the National Music Academy "Pancho Vladigerov"
in Sofia, Bulgaria, from which she graduated with honors again.
Since 1999 she has been living in Paphos, where she teaches
piano with very good results and also takes part in various
cultural events and concerts for solo piano and chamber music.
Her experience in piano education spans more than 20 years.
Directions: Head into town from the Debenhams roundabout
and turn right just before the Makarios statue, over the
crossroads then right again just past the big white court
building, and the venue will be found 200M on the right with
parking on the left.
TECHNOPOLIS 20 Cultural Centre, 18 Nikilaou Nikolaidi
Avenue, 8010 Paphos. Tel: 70002420.