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Butler Philharmonic Orchestra 
"Mendelssohn Mania!"
March 2, 2024 | Sorg Opera House
Middletown, OH
Ohio Valley Symphony Orchestra 
"Brahms and Beyond!"
April 27, 2024 | Ariel Opera House
Gallipolis, OH
West Virginia State Philharmonic Orchestra 
"Tchaikovsky 5!"
May 7, 2024 | Davis Fine Arts Center
Institute, WV
Robert Trocina, Music Director - Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra, Guest Conductor
West Virginia State Philharmonic Orchestra 
"New Worlds!"
May 14, 2024 | Davis Fine Arts Center
Institute, WV
Butler Philharmonic Orchestra 
"To Spring!" - Family and Educational Series
May 11, 2024 | Hamilton High School
Hamilton, OH
Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra 
"Mahler 1!"
May 20, 2024 | Gas South Theater
Duluth, GA
Ohio Valley Symphony Orchestra 
Repertoire TBD
April 26, 2025 | Ariel Opera House
Gallipolis, OH
1 Russian Pianist & 1 American Conductor
2 Russian Educations
Victoria Fatu, piano

Pianist Victoria Fatu has been recognized internationally for performances of deep musical expression, charismatic temperament and sparkling technique. She has scored victories in numerous international competitions and has received multiple grants from major foundations. In 1998, she won First Prize at the AMSA World Piano Competition for Young Pianists in Cincinnati (USA), a prize that included a solo recital performance at New York City's Carnegie Hall. In 2001, she received grants from both the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation and the Aram Khachaturyan International Scholarship Foundation. She was awarded the Excellence Prize by the President of the Russian Federation in both 2001 and 2002, and in the latter year she also received the "Youth of the Century Award" as Young Classical Musician of the Year.

At the age of 10, she performed Mozart’s D-minor Concerto K.V. 466 in the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, with Vladimir Fedoseev conducting the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra. She has appeared in solo and chamber music recitals in Germany, France, United Kingdom, the United States, Japan, China, Switzerland, Netherlands, Russia, Denmark, Kuwait, Poland, Sweden, Tunisia, Belarus, Ukraine, Estonia, Armenia and Romania. In addition to Spivakov and Fedoseev, she has collaborated with conductors such as Vladimir Ziva, Dmitri Liss, Valeriy Yarmoshkin and Murad Annamammedov, performing with the Moscow Virtuosi, the Russian National Orchestra, the Nizhny Novgorod Philharmonic and the Yaroslavl Philharmonic, among others.

Victoria Fatu has appeared on television and radio in numerous countries around the world, and has been featured in CD and video recordings. Her name has been added to the “Golden Book of the Russian Federation.”

Currently, she lives in Charleston, WV with her husband, Romanian violinist Cristian Fatu and daughters Vivienne and Sophie and son Mark.

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Russian Connections

       L. Bernstein:     Overture

                                     from Candide

D. Shostakovich:     Piano Concerto No. 2

                                     in F major, Op. 102

       G. Gershwin:     Rhapsody in Blue

      V. Kalinnikov:     Symphony No. 1

L. van Beethoven:     Overture

                                         from Egmont

          S. Prokofiev:     Piano Concerto No. 1

                                         in C Major, Op. 26

L. van Beethoven:     Symphony No. 3

Ludwig meets Sergei

Pianos Galore

     S. Prokofiev:     Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67

C. Saint-Saens:     Carnival of the Animals

      F. Schubert:     Symphony No. 5

             M. Glinka:     Overture

                                       from Ruslan and Ludmila

S. Rachmaninoff:     Rhapsody on a Theme of 

                                       Paganini, Op. 43

 D. Shostakovich:     Symphony No. 5

White Nights

Eine Kleine Mozart!

W. A. Mozart:     Overture

                                 from Le nozze di Figaro

      F. Chopin:     Variations on "Lá ci darem la mano"

                                 by W. A. Mozart, Op. 2

W. A. Mozart:     Symphony No. 41

        F. von Suppe:     Overture

                                        from Light Cavalry

              F. Chopin:     Piano Concerto No. 1

                                        in E minor, Op. 11

             H. Berlioz:     Symphonie fantastique

Vive la France!

The Romantics

                      G. Verdi:     Overture 

                                             from La forza del destino

                      E. Grieg:     Piano Concerto in A minor,                                                Op. 16

N. Rimsky-Korsakov:     Scheherazade

  M. Ravel:     Bolero

  M. Ravel:     Piano Concerto in G Major

J. Sibelius:     Symphony No. 2


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