MUNSTER | International award-winning pianist Yana Reznik will perform with her signature passion and “sterling clarity” (Los Angeles Times) at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 as part of the Northwest Indiana Concert Association series.
Single tickets will be available on the night of the performance for $25 at the Munster High School Auditorium, 8808 Columbia Ave. Season subscriptions are $65 per person or $130 per couple; add $15 for a family subscription that includes school age children.
The Russian-born Reznik has made a particularly unique mark as a performer and distinguished civic leader. Since her sold-out recital at Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie Hall, New York) in 2004, Reznik has continued to garner international attention in competition and on the concert stage. Appearances include the Disney Concert Hall (Los Angeles) and Lincoln Center (New York) with ensembles such as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
She also pursues conducting opportunities, and her credits include conducting the complete Brandenburg Concertos from the harpsichord in Altenburg, Germany. Reznik has leveraged her success to create collaborations on and off stage, most notably her “Artistic Voyage” series, gathering musicians and artists of all disciplines to raise funds and awareness for charitable organizations around the world.
Reznik is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music and the University of Southern California, with continuing studies and at Interlochen (Michigan) and the Rachmaninoff School of Music (Moscow).
The Northwest Indiana Concert Association is celebrating its 65th season, and is committed to “offer to every man, woman and child the opportunity to experience the magic of live performance at an affordable cost.”