Dear friends, LE SALON DE LA MUSIQUE was born to support talented young artists. In fact, today, more than ever, in this difficult moment all our and your support is needed! Because of COVID-19 many MUSICIANS CAN NOT work in concert halls and THEREFORE an important and in most cases THE ONLY SOURCE OF INCOME IS TAKEN away from them.
If EACH OF US makes a SMALL CONTRIBUTION, we can easily reach our goal! We will present some of our very TALENTED ARTISTS who will PLAY for you FROM THEIR HOUSES to share their love for music.
In order to watch the video of the concert, you can MAKE A SMALL DONATION directly to the artist ( ANY AMOUNT will be greatly appreciated).
Next pianist that we are presenting here is VLADISLAV KERN, who will be playing On 4th of October, at 8PM ( GMT+2).
The concert will be premiered on YouTube platform and the link will be available on OFFICIAL PAGE of Le Salon de la Musique on the day of the event. https://www.facebook.com/lesalondelamusique
There will be a FREE ACCESS to the performance, however, even SMALL donation can make a HUGE difference for the artist, so do not hesitate TO USE the PAYPAL link below to show your gratitude.
Thanks to the main sponsors of the event: Charles Michaels, Doris Michaels, and Svatopluk Bagara.
Beethoven “Moonlight Sonata”,
Russian-American pianist Vladislav Kern was born in Moscow, the newest in a long family line of musicians connected to the Russian masters Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff. Having made his orchestral debut at the age of 6 with the Cape Town Philharmonic in South Africa, Vladislav has since performed with numerous orchestras including Brno Philharmonic and the Moscow Virtuosi under the baton of Maestro Vladimir Spivakov, for both their 30th anniversary concert in the Svetlanovsky Hall of Moscow’s International House of Music, and their 35th anniversary celebration in Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center.
Kern has also appeared at festivals around the world, including La Jolla Music Society, Bear Valley Music Festival, Virginia Arts Festival, Sanibel Music festival, the International Keyboard Odyssiad and Festival in Fort Collins, CO, the Copenhagen Summer Festival, and the International Brucknerfestival in Linz, Austria. In June 2019 he was the soloist on the tour of Baltic countries with Golden State orchestra ,performing Tchaikovsky Concerto N1 and Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on the theme by Paganini in the biggest and famous concert halls of Stockholm, Helsinki, St.Petersburg and Moscow . Also in the spring of 2019 he performed in St.Louis with Maestro Leonard Slatkin.
Next 2019-2020 season Vladislav will give concerts for San Francisco chamber music society in San Francisco, Walnut Creek and Palo Alto and will perform in Europe and Russia.
He has previously given recitals and orchestra concerts in Milan (Verdi Conservatory – Sala Verdi and Scala Puccini, presented by “Societa dei concerti”), Cantu, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, California, Texas (San Antonio symphony and Maestro Sebastian Lang-Lessing), New Mexico (New Mexico philharmonic and Maestro Roberto Minczuk), Colorado (Denver) , Michigan ( for the Detroit chamber music society in Detroit ) and New York (Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center and Steinway hall).
Kern has won international festivals in Russia, the Republic of South Africa, Denmark, and the USA, including the 2015 Rosalyn Tureck First Prize of the Tureck International Bach Competition in New York. He became a Young Steinway Artist in 2016.
Vladislav began his musical studies in 2005 as a student of Valery Piasetsky at the Central Music School – Moscow State P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory. From 2011 to 2016 he studied with Dr. Yohaved Kaplinsky at The Juilliard School, Pre-College Division. From 2016 till 2019 Vladislav attended Academia pianistica “Incontri col Maestro” in Imola, Italy, where he studied with Boris Petrushansky. From this school year he is studying with Dr. Yohaved Kaplinsky at The Juilliard school, first year of college .
He has received scholarships from the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation, the Juilliard School of Music, and the prestigious Van Cliburn scholarship – the first time a student at the Juilliard Pre-College Division has earned such an award.