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ITALIAN RECITAL – Anita Tomasevich (piano)

April 27 @ 19:00 - 21:00

Commandaria Orchestra & Friends Concert Series presents Anita Tomasevich (piano) performing works by Domenico Scarlatti, Carlotta Ferrari, and Johann Sebastian Bach / Ferruccio Busoni. Sponsored by Music in the Mountains.


Domenico Scarlatti (1685 – 1757)

Five Sonatas

F minor K 466

F sharp minor K25

A minor K149

G minor (no number)

F minor K19

Carlotta Ferrari (1975 – )

The Infinite A Sudden Guest (Based on a Virginia Wolf poem)

Hope Is The Thing With Feathers (Based on a Virginia Wolf poem)

Chorale Per Pianoforte

La Morte Che Traccia il Solco

Johann Sebastian Bach / Ferruccio Busoni (1685 – 1750 /1866 – 1924)

Choral Preludes

BWV 659 Nun Komme Heiden Heiland (Here Comes Gentile Savior)

BWV 639 Ich Ruf Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ (I Call To Thee, Lord Jesus Christ)

Johann Sebastian Bach / Ferruccio Busoni (1685 – 1750 /1866 – 1924)

Chaconne in D Minor BMV 1004

ITALIAN RECITAL – Anita Tomasevich (piano), Saturday 27 April 7pm, Cyprus Wine Museum, Erimi Limassol. Tickets: €15 / €7. Box Office: Tel: 25873808 / 99907636, Email: orchestra@cypruswinemuseum.com. Buy online: www.cypruswinemuseum.com

Anita Tomasevich (piano) performs extensively around Europe starting with her debut recital at the age of 10. She has wide musical interests, from Scarlatti and Bach to the contemporary repertoire. Her performances are characterized by strong artistry, individualism, subtle sensibility for composers style and an impressive stage presence.. She studied in the Music Academy in Novi Sad (Bmus, Mmus) and Royal Conservatoire in Den Hague, and appeared in some of the major halls in The Netherlands, Spain, UK, Italy, Russia, and Serbia. She is a laureate of international competitions, including 1st price in Citta Di Tortona Italy and she appeared regularly on Serbian National Radio and Television. She studied with renowned teachers such as Jegor Chugayev, Svetlana Bogino, Yelena Richter, Lazar Berman, Gyorgy Sandor, Stefan Vladar, Vladimir Ogarkov, among others. In 2005 she released her first CD recording with works of Scarlatti, Chopin, Scriabin, and Prokofiev. In 2006 her career as a concert pianist was stopped by a spinal injury. After almost ten years of recovery, Anita started performing again, both solo and chamber music with the excellent critiques giving recitals in Cyprus, Italy, Holland, England, Denmark, and Germany. In 2019 she recorded her second CD “Nocturnal Ballads” with violinist Sorin Alexandru Horlea and in 2021 her third CD for solo piano “Winter Solstice” which was published by the esteemed German record label Edition Wandelweiser. Recently she has been invited from the Birmingham Royal Academy to give a lecture, master class and a performance within Music and/as Process Conference and to the residency program including several recitals at KLANGRAUM 23 Music Festival in Düsseldorf, Germany. In Autumn 2023, her fourth CD “Meditations” which features live recordings from Klangraum Festival was released in a digital form, awaiting its physical release as well. In November 2024 Anita will perform piano concerto by Galina Ustvolskaya with Belgrade Symphony Orchestra “Stanislav Binicki”. Anita was the founder and the Artistic Director of the Avaton International Music Festival, which received international recognition. The festival hosted the first Contemporary Music Competition for children and First experimental music platform avatonDistorted.

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April 27
19:00 - 21:00


Cyprus Wine Museum
Cyprus Wine Museum
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