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Olga Kern is a famous Russian classical pianist. Born on 23rd April, 1975 Kern at Eleventh Van Cliburn International Piano Competition won the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Gold Medal. Kern is a world renowned musician today who has performed at various prestigious festivals. Her concerts should not missed at any cost. You can very easily avail tickets for her concerts from Online Seats.

Olga Kern belonged to a family of musicians with ties to Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky. She started playing piano at five at Central Music School of Moscow with Evgeny Timakin. She pursued her postgraduate studies from Moscow Conservatory and continued with Sergei Dorensky there. In Italy she was instructed by Boris Petrushansky.

At eleven Kern won her first international competition. She has received first prize in many other competitions as well. At seventeen she won her first Rachmaninoff International Piano Competition. Her award list does not end here. Kern is a laureate of as many as eleven international competition. President of Russia awarded her an
honorary scholarship.
Olga Kern has entertained people with performances at various prestigious places like he Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Symphony Hall in Osaka, Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Salle Cortot in Paris and La Scala in Italy. She is also known for performing solo with large number of Orchestras like La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra, St. Petersburg Symphony, Russian National Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, China Symphony, Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Cape Town Symphony Orchestras, Torino Symphony and Bolshoi Theater.

Olga Kern has played on all continents winning hearts of people wherever she has performed. Press, critics, fans everyone has loved her stage presence. On 1st May, 2004 she had her first recital at Zankel Hall of Carnegie Hall in New York. She gave such a stupendous performance that she was again invited to play at Carnegie Hall's main Stern Auditorium. Evening saw another brilliant performance by her. She has been also guest artist at many international festivals like Casadesus and Radio-France Montpellier festival in France, in Germany she performed in Kissinger Sommer and Klavier Ruhr festivals, Busoni Festival in Italy and Ohrid Festival in Macedonia.

Kern has been acclaimed by media. Los Angeles Times called her "…masterly performances…models of simplicity, control and concentration…a reminder that great pianistic technique often consists of being able to articulate clearly and to use exquisite taste without artifice…playing this pure and unaffected comes only from the most evolved and selfless musicians."

Boston Herald said "There were no cannons firing inside Symphony Hall, but Kern shot off plenty of rockets with her reading of Rachmaninoff's showy 'Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.' Kern played like every note mattered, and she convinced this reviewer that she deserved every bit of her competition victory. Many players try to pound Rachmaninoff into submission. Kern played with fire, but she didn't try to burn the house down. Her Rachmaninoff had plenty of meaning, energy and articulation…a rising keyboard star."

Boulder Daily Camera said "The audience jumped to its feet in well-deserved ovations, and the monumentally talented artist responded with encores that stretched beyond this review's deadline. From feather-light musical whispers to explosive instrumental fireworks, Kern's rare gift is that of a serious and true musician, whose golden touch is never harsh and always controlled."

The Washington Post said "Kern's musicality radiates off the stage and saturates the hall, and it is joyously alive, immediately communicative, fragrantly sensual, and almost visual in its intensity. Whatever it is – call it star quality – music likes Kern the way the camera liked Garbo."

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