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Concert Pianist Teodora Adzharova: Classical Central European Works

Concert Pianist Teodora Adzharova: Classical Central European Works

Wood Acres / Glen Echo Heights

Sat, May 20, 2023 7:30 PM, EDT

18 of 24 spots still available
Vaccine policy
COVID vaccination with booster required (honor system)
Testing policy
COVID testing not required
This is an indoor event
Mask policy
Masks are not required
Social distancing
Social distancing is required
Greeter checks
Greeter will confirm safety precautions
If you feel sick, stay home
Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
Cats live here
Wheelchair access
Wheelchair Accessible

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A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Richard W.

Recently a judge in the WIPAC (Washington International Piano Arts Competition), and virtuoso concert performer, Ms Adzarova returns to Milo to perform and address two major works:
F. Schubert, Moments musicaux, D. 780 (Op. 94)
R. Schumann, Kreisleriana, Op. 16

Ms Adzharova presented a brilliant concert at Embassy of Bulgaria in 2021, and another in June 2022 here. Concert pianist Teodora Adzharova performs throughout Baltimore-Washington, collaborating with Peabody Institute and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. She has had numerous appearances at the Sundays at Three Concert Series, Summer Chamber Music at Roland Park, Montpelier Arts Center, Washington College, Towson University, University of Maryland, Silo Hill, and as part of the Hedgelawn Series. Master classes: Richard Goode, John Perry, José Feghali, Tamara Poddubnaya, Éric Heidsieck, Anton Dikov; performed under batons of David Zinman, Edward Polochick. Faculty: Peabody Conservatory, Peabody Prep, CCBC. Performances: US, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Macedonia, Czech Republic and in many international competitions. Peabody Institute: MM, 2011; Performance Diploma, 2013; DMA, 2020; understutied with renown pedagogue Ellen Mack. Full Bio: https://tadzharova.com/ Ms. Adzharova returns here previously performing in Feb 2020 for a GroupMuse/SOLOX concert. Recently, she gave a brilliant performance at the Bulgarian Embassy. This is the 71st SOLOX concert at the Red Lantern at Milo, since 2010, and the 22nd with GroupMuse.


Host will provide two hot hors d'oeuvres & punch for potluck reception during intermission & beginning at 7:30 pm, when doors open. Guests are welcome to bring food and wine to share as well; if considering a sweet, think about fruit instead of processed sugar. Music begins at 8:00 pm (restricted entry when musicians are actually playing), please be on time, 2 sets, 1 short intermission. Guests most welcome and encouraged to bring dish/drink to share/potluck, please consider bringing wine if you use it. Stemware/Ice Buckets/Filtered Water Provided.

Advance payment REQUESTED (pay thru GroupMuse or the PayPal Link) NO CASH at EVENT--illegal in MD) Tickets $21.12 including PP/GM fee, advance only, artist receives $20. All guests will be seated in Music Studio. If registering for more than just yourself, kindly provide first and last names of each guest. Please have a photo of yourself on GroupMuse, so I can welcome you with your name!

CV19 VAX status (you & EACH of your guests): Series and/or BiValent Booster ... just walk in ... no masking required (please contact host if you NEVER had any CV VAX), Flu shot most strongly suggested. Accessibility: 3 steps walkway to entry hall, 30 inch doors inside.

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