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      February 22, 2012

       

      501 Texas Ave
      Houston, Texas 77002

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      Tchaikovksy Competition Winner, Violin

      Venue: Society for the Performing Arts
      Address: 501 Texas
      Houston 77002
      Phone: 713-227-4772
      Date: February 22, 2012
      Time: 07:30PM

      Cost: Adults: $25-$30
      Children: $25-$30
      Seniors: $25-30


      Tchaikovsky Competition Winner, Itamar Zorman, will perform for one night in Houston.

      The Tchaikovsky. Even to the general public, the name rings loudly with history and tradition, of virtuosity and artistry. From its inception during the depths of the Cold War the Tchaikovsky Competition cut across all barriers and conflicts and signaled international consensus on the highest values of classical music performance.


      For the last half century, this famed competition held every four years has accurately anointed many of the greatest classical musicians and its brightest stars. At first a competition for piano and violin, the Tchaikovsky subsequently added cello and vocal prizes. Beginning with the first competition in 1958, the Tchaikovsky’s choice of pianist Van Cliburn was front page news worldwide! Tchaikovsky has gone on to recognize the talents and launch the careers of other luminaries including pianists Vladimir Ashkenazy and Barry Douglas and violinist Vladimir Spivakov.

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