Nikolai Maloff will be accompanied by Domagoj Ivanovic on violin and Brian Mix on cello. The performance will start at 3 p.m.

Vancouver Island Opera hosting recital in Parksville

The performance will be at The MAC Sunday, April 10

Enjoy an afternoon with Nikolai Maloff and friends performing music by Haydn, Beethoven and Mendelssohn.

The Vancouver Island Opera recital series will take place at The MAC Sunday, April 10 at 3 p.m.

 

Nikolai Maloff, piano

Nikolai Maloff is the only Canadian pianist to win first prize at the prestigious Franz Liszt International Piano Competition in Italy, and is winner of many other competitions including the Eckhardt-Grammaté Piano Competition, the Young Keyboard Artist Association International Piano Competition and the Canadian Music Competitions. Maloff has appeared to resounding acclaim as soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, and collaborative musician in North America, Russia, Europe, and Latin America.

Domagoj Ivanovic, violin

Mr. Ivanovic graduated with a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Violin Performance at the University of Miami. Currently he is a member of the Vancouver Opera Orchestra, and concertmaster of Vancouver Intercultural Orchestra. He is also on the faculty of the Vancouver Academy of Music. . He is the recipient of  First Prize in the National Violin competition and First Prize in the National Chamber Music competition.

 

Brian Mix, cello

Brian has performed frequently with the Vancouver Symphony, as well as the CBC Radio orchestra, Vancouver Opera, the National Ballet, and other ensembles and recitalist, appearing throughout the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island, Gulf Islands. Alongside performing, Brian writes about music and teaches. He has been on the faculties of Vancouver Community College, the North Shore Music Academy, and Kingston College. Brian received a M.Mus degree from UBC.

— Submitted by Vancouver Island Opera

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