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Anna Shelest (Uncredited)

Anna Shelest

The distinguished career of Anna Shelest includes a performance at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris when she was only eleven years old, and her orchestral debut with the Kharkiv Symphony Orchestra the following year in a performance of Rachmaninoff's First Piano Concerto.  Hailed as the “female reincarnation of Liszt” and “a piano lioness,” she has performed throughout the world as both a soloist and chamber musician, including appearances with the Cincinnati, Montreal, and Netherlands Symphony Orchestras, as well as the St. Petersburg Philharmonic. Her recent performances include debuts at Alice Tully Hall and Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall in New York City. A native of Ukraine, Ms.

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Anna Shelest 8/30/11: Anna Shelest

With a repertoire that ranges from the Baroque to today’s contemporary composers, the award-winning pianist has thrilled audiences throughout the world.

Anna Shelest

With a repertoire that ranges from the Baroque to today’s contemporary composers, the award-winning pianist has thrilled audiences throughout the world.

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