Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Anna Bulkina, Wideman competition finalist, to perform in Bossier Jam n Bread concert series at FUMC Bossier on Sun, Mar 15, 3 pm

First United Methodist Church of Bossier announces a special event concert for its Bossier Jam ‘n Bread chamber music series. The afternoon concert “Tea with Brahms and Bread,” will feature pianist Anna Bulkina, finalist of the 2008 Nina Wideman piano competition, says Elizabeth O'Bannon.

Bulkina will perform solo piano works as well as the Brahms Piano Quintet in f minor with the group Strings Attached.

The concert will be Sunday March 15, 3 pm, at FUMC Bossier (I—20 and Old Minden road exit) and is a free concert.

Ms. Bulkina, of Rostov-On-Don Russia,is the winner of the Szafarnia 1998 International Piano Competition, and 2nd prize winner of the Andorra 2000 International Piano Competition andhas bachelor and master degrees from the Rostov State Conservatory. She is currently earning an Artists Diploma from Texas Christian University.

Strings Attached is composed of local artists Kermit Poling, Elizabeth O’Bannon, violins; Borys Smolaga, viola; and Ruth Drummond, cello. The quartet will also be the featured artists on the Jam ’n Bread series on May 17, 2009.

The Bossier Jam ‘n Bread series, in its first season, was created with funds provided by the Bossier Arts Council and the Louisiana Division of the Arts. The concert pairs combine educational concerts with a Sunday regular chamber music concert held at FUMC Bossier.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

i got to listen to her practice and i thank she is very good and i thank she should make a couple of cds