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Rachmaninov #3: Challenging, Beautiful and played with Passion


​Natasha Paremski has a fascinating piano career. Her piano studies began at the age of 4 with Nina Malikova at Moscow's Andreyev School of Music and they concluded in New York with Pavlina Dokovska at Mannes College of Music. After 2007 and the conclusion of her academic life, her professional musical engagements allowed her to travel and perform at innumerable concert halls and venues with a great ordeal of word class musicians.

Nevertheless, this recording of Rachmaninoff's 3rd Piano concerto is by far my favorite work that Natasha has done. The three movements are executed with passion, tact and musicianship which becomes an example on how music should be interpreted. On the other side, Andrew Litton and the Bergen Philharmonic played at a level that gave Natasha a solid support to deliver complete concerto at her best. We must remember that Rachmaninoff's 3rd piano concerto has the reputation of being one of the most challenging works in the piano repertoire due to its musical complexity, and the technical virtuosity it demands.

"Comparisons with Argerich should not be given lightly, but Paremski is so clearly of the same temperament and technique that it is unavoidable here."

by American Record Guide

Natasha's Bio

Natasha has performed with major orchestras in North America including Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, San Diego Symphony, Toronto Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Houston Symphony, NAC Orchestra in Ottawa, Nashville Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Oregon Symphony, Colorado Symphony, and Minnesota Orchestra. She tours extensively in Europe with such orchestras as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Vienna's Tonkünstler Orchester, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Orchestre de Bretagne, the Orchestre de Nancy, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Tonhalle Orchester in Zurich, Moscow Philharmonic, under the direction of conductors including Peter Oundjian, Andres Orozco-Estrada, Jeffrey Kahane, James Gaffigan, Dmitri Yablonski, Tomas Netopil, JoAnn Falletta, Fabien Gabel, and Andrew Litton. Natasha has toured with Gidon Kremer and the Kremerata Baltica in Latvia, Benelux, the UK and Austria and performed with the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra in Taipei.

Learn more about natasha via: http://www.natashaparemski.com/

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