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Dina Nesterenko and Misha Berestnev

Violin/Piano duo with passionate musicality and mastery

Dina Nesterenko and Misha Berestnev
Violin and Piano Duo with Astounding Virtuosity

Don’t miss this Violin and Piano duo with technical virtuosity and passionate musicality.


Past Events

Fri

Jan

10

2020

Kat Krone House in East Dallas  (info)
7:30pm in East Dallas
$Name-Your-Own-Price

Exact address revealed to attendees, DallasTX75228 | map

Thu

Jan

9

2020

Czech Center Museum  (info)
7:30pm in Houston
$Name-Your-Own-Price

4920 San Jacinto St, HoustonTX77004 | map | web

Open Classical Artist Series is pleased to present a breath-taking virtuoso Russian Violin and Piano duo overflowing with passionate musicality.

Violinist Dina Nesterenko posseses an astounding virtuosity and beauty of tone that captivates all who hear her. She grew up in Siberia, Russia and burst on the international scene as a semi-finalist in the renown Tchaikovsky Violin Competition as its youngest participant in 1998. She then emigrated to the US, earning bachelor and master’s degrees from Juilliard, and a doctorate from Stonybrook University. Her passion is creating her own unique virtuoso arrangements of famous classical works for solo violin, such as Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and the Moonlight Sonata.

Pianist Misha Berestnev has been described as having “...flawless technique and constant inspiration...” (Belgian La Libre Magazine) and “... an astonishingly gifted pianist...equally at home as a soloist and chamber musician” (Theater Jones, U.S.). He has been featured as a soloist with the Sydney Symphony, Brazilian Symphony, Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia, Fort Worth Symphony, and San Angelo Symphony, among others. Since making his home in North Texas, he has become a frequent recital collaborator with many of the Dallas Symphony principal musicians.

Dina Nesterenko and Misha Berestnev rehearse the Franck Violin Sonata.

Dina Nesterenko and Misha Berestnev rehearse the Franck Violin Sonata.

Dina Nesterenko and Misha Berestnev rehearse the Franck Violin Sonata.

Dina Nesterenko plays the 24th Caprice as Decomposing Paganini on the Open Classical show Night of the Living Dead Composers.

Dina Nesterenko plays the 24th Caprice as Decomposing Paganini on the Open Classical show Night of the Living Dead Composers.

Dina Nesterenko plays the 24th Caprice as Decomposing Paganini on the Open Classical show Night of the Living Dead Composers.

Misha Berestnev on Medici TV, Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow

Misha Berestnev on Medici TV, Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow

Misha Berestnev on Medici TV, Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow

PROGRAM

F. Schubert - Violin/Piano Sonata in A minor

Maurice Ravel - Pavane (Misha)

Pablo Sarasate - Zigeunerweisen

Beethoven Fifth Symphony 1st movt (arr for solo violin by Dina)

Cesar Franck Prelude, Chorale and Fugure (Misha)

Cesar Franck Sonata for Violin and Piano


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