AT THE CONCERT   

Door opens 45 min prior to the concert time 

Parking:

The Broad Stage, Santa Monica (free) 

Walt Disney Concert Hall, $12.00 per car) 

Zipper Hall, parking at the Walt Disney ($12.00 per car)

Attire: smart casual or formal 

Rising Star Concert

with pianist, Arsenii Moon

Saturday, September 14th at 7 PM 

Zipper Hall, Los Angeles 

PROGRAM

Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1 

Symphony No 6 "Pathetic" 


Arsenii Moon's full bio: 

​Winner of the 64th International Piano Competition Ferruccio Busoni, Arsenii Moon, 24-year-old pianist, also won the prestigious Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli Award, as per unanimous verdict of the jury, which has not been awarded for almost three decades.

Concert tours for the 2024-25 season include more than 50 performances solo and with orchestras in major venues and festivals in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, France, Austria, South Korea and Japan, including such halls as Konzerthaus Vienna, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Seoul Arts center, Tonhalle Zurich as well as recording productions with “Deutsche Grammophone” and with the “ORF Vienna Radio Orchestra”.

Arsenii Mun was born in St Petersburg in 1999. At the age of six he began to study the piano with Elena Zyabreva. In 2010–2017 he studied with Alexander Sandler, initially at the Secondary Specia Music School of the Rimsky-Korsakov St Petersburg State Conservatory and subsequently at the conservatory itself. He is now finishing his degree as a student of Sergei Babayan at “The Juilliard School” in New York.

In 2009 he made his debut with a symphony orchestra at the St Petersburg Philharmonia, and in 2011 he gave his first recital at the “Mozarthaus Vienna”. Throughout his career Arsenii has been awarded numerous awards such as “Sviatoslav Richter Grant” from the Mstislav Rostropovich Foundation, Yuri Temirkanov Prize,“Verbier Festival” Tabor piano award.

In earlier stages of his career Arsenii has won prizes in several major competitions, such as first prize at the Horowitz Competition in Ukraine, Second prize at the Cliburn Junior Competition in the USA, First prize at the Artur Rubinstein in Memoriam competition in Poland, First prize in the St. Priest competition in France. He appeared at the Mariinsky International Piano Festival, Yury Bashmet festival in MInsk. Within 2015-2021 he was regularly featured in programs of the St. Petersburg Music House. Arsenii appeared with such orchestras as “Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra”, “The Minnesota Orchestra”, “Orchestra Sinfonia di Bari”, “St Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra”, “Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra”, “Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra”. He has collaborated with conductors as Stanislav Kochanovsky, Mei-Ann Chen, Mark Russell Smith, Ian Hobson, Valery Gergiev, among others.



REGULATION

All tickets are final, not refundable but, transferrable to other person.

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​​    INFORMATION

   

 Email: info@dreamorchestra.org 


 








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