Katya Grineva, a Russian-American musician, whose mastery of the piano has been lauded as ‘’exceptional, liquid dreamlike, and luminescent,” will give her first concert in Brooklyn on Sunday,April 26 at 4 p.m. at the East Midwood Jewish Center. There she will perform on a piano, recently installed in EMJC’s Grand Ballroom.
Ms. Grineva has performed at Carnegie Hall 14 times and has also been a soloist with the orchestras in the U.S, Europe, Ecuador and other countries. Since 1998 she has held the honorary title of “Steinway Artist.” She has recorded three CDs featuring the work of Chopin, Schuman, Beethoven, Debussy, Liszt and others.
Ms. Grineva was born in Moscow, began studying piano at the age of six and attended the Moscow Music School and the Moscow High School of music. She came to the U.S. in 1989, after receiving a scholarship to enter the Mannes School of Music graduate program and made her American debut in 1993 and Carnegie Hall debut in 1998.