NY virtuoso’s winery show

Pianist Roman Rudnytsky on tour in Europe.
Pianist Roman Rudnytsky on tour in Europe.

Described by the New York Times as having ‘uncommon skill,’ Mr Rudnytsky is touring Australia where he is bringing the pleasure of classical music and to residents of many regional towns and cities.

Born in New York into a Ukrainian musical family, he began the study of piano at age four and gave his first full recital at age seven.

He is a graduate of the famous Juilliard School in New York and has studied at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, as well as Austria and Italy.

Mr Rudnytsky has been awarded in a dozen prestigious international competitions, including the Leventritt and J.S. Bach contests. He has appeared as a soloist with a number of orchestras globally.

Edgecombe Brothers manager Alf Edgecombe said the company had ‘jumped at the chance to have Roman perform here.’

‘We also wanted to keep it accessible for as many people as possible, so the ticket price is low.

‘We encourage people to get their tickets early to avoid disappointment and then rug up and come down for a wonderful night.’

Edgecombe is selling tickets for $35 each, which includes a cup of soup, crusty bread, a glass of wine and unlimited tea and coffee.

The performance starts at 7pm.

Tickets can be purchased by calling 9296 4307. Edgecombe Brothers is at 1733 Gnangara Rd (corner of Gnangara and West Swan roads), Henley Brook.

– Mr Rudnytsky will also perform at Bindoon Town Hall on July 13 at 7pm. Tickets available from the Chittering Visitor Centre.