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Internationally recognised pianist coming to Paphos for recital

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The internationally recognised pianist Roman Zaslavsky, who released a new recording for Decca Classics in 2020, will be in Cyprus for one concert only in Paphos as part of the concert series Technopolis 20 Classics. Held at Markideio Theatre, the concert titled The Blossom of the Romanticism will begin at 6pm on November 14.

Russian born Israeli pianist Roman Zaslavsky gained an international reputation after winning the Primer Gran Premio at the renowned José Iturbi International Piano Competition in Valencia, Spain. Since then he has performed regularly at major concert stages around the globe. His tours have taken him to almost all European countries as well as to Israel, Japan, Columbia, Mexico, Argentina and Brazil.

In the past few years, the pianist has given performances also in Asia during his extensive tours in Taiwan and China appearing among others at the National Concert Hall in Taipei, at the Beijing Concert Hall and the Shanghai Oriental Art Center etc. In 2017, Zaslavsky was appointed Professor for Piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna and for his Cyprus piano recital he will present pieces by Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms and Franz Liszt. After the concert finishes, there will be drinks and food at Technopolis 20, a reservation-only event, for a chance to meet with the musician.


The Blossom of the Romanticism

Piano recital with Roman Zaslavsky, part of the Technopolis 20 Classics series. November 14. Markideio Theatre, Paphos. 6pm. €20. Presales only. Tel: 7000-2420

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