Master Class on Saturday, 9/19

GMG will provide the first virtual master class on Saturday, 9/19 from 5 p.m. (EDT) to 6 p.m.

The instructor is Dr. Igor Resnianski, who is a very popular teacher and GMG Advisory Committee Member.

Igor Resnianski received his formal music degrees in Russia graduating with distinctions from Novosibirsk Music College. A Steinway artist, Mr. Resnianski is a prizewinner of many national and international piano competitions. He was awarded the First Prize in the New Orleans International Piano Competition, Luisiana; the Bronze Medal in the International World Piano Competition, Cincinnati, Ohio; and many more.

Prior moving to the United States, he was Professor at the Novosibirsk Music College as well as an Assistant Professor at the Novosibirsk National Music Conservatory.

Named by Pennsylvania Music Teaches Association "2012 Music Teacher of the Year" for the State of Pennsylvania, Dr. Resnianski is highly sought-after teacher who regularly gives master classes throughout the US and abroad. In addition of his Assistant Professor position at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Resnianski teaches at the Nelly Berman School of Music in Haverford, and has a small number of private students.

Performers :

Carol Wazlavek: Chopin Ballade No.2

Shoko Tanaka: Brahms Intermezzo Op.118 No.2

If you are interested in participating, please request through

Left Column Button: "Master Class Request Form"

Upon receiving your request, you will receive the Zoom link and ID/passcode

We are looking forward to seeing you on Saturday!

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