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Distinguished Artists Series Presents Pianist Marina Lomazov
01.29.13 |
As part of Lebanon Valley College's Distinguished Artist Series, pianist and Steinway Artist Marina Lomazov will perform in a public concert Sunday, February 10 at 3 p.m. in Lutz Hall of the Blair Music Center. Tickets are available for $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Family tickets are available for $20.

Ukranian-born Lomazov holds degrees from both the Julliard and Eastman schools of music, establishing herself as one of the most passionate and charismatic performers on the concert scene in modern day. She has been called "a diva of the piano" by the Salt Lake City Tribune, "a mesmerizing risk-taker" by the Cleveland Plain Dealer, and a "dazzling pianist" by The New York Times. Her music has taken her across the world, with performances throughout North America, South America, China, Austria, Bulgaria, Japan, and more.

Before immigrating to the United States, Lomazov studied at the Kiev Conservatory where she became the youngest first-prize winner of the all-Kiev Piano Competition. She also went on to be awarded the Artist's Certificate-an honor not given to a pianist from the Eastman School of Music for nearly two decades-and has won prizes in the Cleveland, William Kapell, Gina Bachauer, and Hilton Head international piano competitions.

Lomazov has recorded for Albany Records, Arizona University Recordings, Centaur Records, and Innova Recordings. She has been featured on the cable network Bravo and her live performances are broadcasted regularly on public radio stations such as NPR's "Performance Today" and New York's "Young Artist Showcase."

Lomazov is currently an associate professor of piano at the University of South Carolina School of Music where she is the founder and artistic director of the Southeastern Piano Festival. She and her husband, Joseph Rackers, perform regularly as part of the Lomazov/Rackers piano duo.

In addition to her public performance, Lomazov will offer a master class for students February 9 in Lutz Hall.

Tickets can be purchased by calling 717-867-6275 or by emailing More information at

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