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Pianist Yelena Beriyeva at Algonquin Social Club. Can NOT bring outside drink or food

Pianist Yelena Beriyeva at Algonquin Social Club. Can NOT bring outside drink or food

Back Bay East, Boston

Fri, August 5, 2016 7:00 PM, EDT

28 of 33 spots still available
Drinking policy
Don't bring your own drinks
Toilet with a slash through it
No bathroom at this event

This is a groupmuse

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


Door open at 7:00pm, Music starts at 7:30pm

This is a concert venue rented by the host for TWO HOURS, please treat the place with respect. The host is a club member, and if there are other musician who wants to play this venue, please just contact the host.

Info about the club: http://www.algonquinclub.com/web/pages/lobby

Please come and enjoy some classical music at this historical social club of 130 years. It is normally closed off to the public because it has its own restaurant and bar and meeting space for club member. Because of this, please do NOT bring any outside food or drink.


How to get here?
public transportation: Right near Copley Square, Green Line.

by foot or by bike: The Algonquin Club is located 3 blocks, about 0.4 mile, 8 minute walk from the MBTA Green Line, Copley Square Stop

parking: Metered Street parking is available


Hailed as “the paragon of the concert pianist” by LA Examiner and “a standout performer” by The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Georgian-born American pianist Yelena Beriyeva continues to hold esteem as one of the finest artists of her generation.

Ms. Beriyeva made her solo debut at the age of 5 with the Tbilisi State Symphony Orchestra. Since then, she has performed extensively as a recitalist, chamber musician, and orchestral soloist in Rep. of Georgia, Armenia, Russia, Ukraine, Venezuela, Canada, and the United States. While pursuing her Master’s Degree at the New England Conservatory, she was no stranger to prestigious Jordan Hall where audiences could hear and watch her perform works by Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Chopin, Barber, Bartok, Berg, Stravinsky, and others.
Ms. Beriyeva has been featured as a guest artist at the prestigious Great Romantics Festival of Canada in collaboration with Celebrity Concert Series at the McMaster University, on "Sundays with Liz Walker" at WBZ TV Channel 4, as a guest artist in "Sundays Live" of Los Angeles series of concerts in collaboration with LACMA and KCSN 88.5 FM while being broadcasted live online worldwide, as well as on Boston’s WGBH radio while being aired with pianist Alexander Korsantia as piano duo partners. Ms. Beriyeva has also been featured as a guest artist at a prestigious Georgian International Festival "From Easter to Ascension" that takes place in Tbilisi, Rep. of Georgia every year. Most recently, she was invited to perform Rachmaninov’s 2nd Piano Concerto with the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra while being given a 2-day notice.

Ms. Beriyeva has earned countless awards at local and international Piano competitions some of which include San Marino International Piano Competition of Italy and the Hilton Head International Piano Competition of the USA to name a couple. She has appeared as soloist under the batons of such renowned conductors as Ludovic Morlot and Philippe Entremont.
Ms. Beriyeva holds degrees in piano performance from the New England Conservatory (M.M. and G.D.), the University of Arizona (B.M.), and the Tbilisi State Conservatory (B.M.) as well as Diploma from Tbilisi’s Special Gymnasium for Gifted Children. Her primary teachers were Alexander Korsantia, Nicholas Zumbro, Tengiz Amirejibi, Alexander Garber, Lali Sanikidze, Karlo Begiev and Svetlana Arakelova.

Scarlatti ~ 2 Sonatas
Debussy ~ Estampes
Mussorgsky ~ Pictures at an exhibition

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