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Zlata Chochieva makes debut in Singapore

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This week Zlata makes her much anticipated debut in Singapore with recitals on Friday and Saturday evenings at Victoria Hall. The programmes will feature works from her latest CD (re)creations, as well Mozart, Scriabin and Ravel. “I heard that the Singapore audience is very special, very cultured and very warm as well, so I’m really,Read more ›

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Chochieva joins Board of Rachmaninoff’s ‘Ivanovka’

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Zlata Chochieva has recently joined the Board of Patrons of the Museum-estate of Sergei Rachmaninoff ‘Ivanovka’. His summer residence between 1890 – 1917, Rachmaninoff composed many of his works at the property. Zlata commented: Just a few weeks ago I received an invitation to become a member of the Board of Patrons of Ivanovka whichRead more ›

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Zlata Chochieva performs piano rarities

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Zlata is at the Husum Piano Festival “Rarities of Piano Music” in Germany this week. The performances take place at Husum Castle and her programme includes pieces by Henry Cowell, Pierre Sancan, Edvard Grieg and Nikolaj Medtner amongst others. It will be broadcast live on Deutschlandfunk Kultur on 20th August and available to stream afterwardsRead more ›

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Opus Klassik Awards nominations

It has been announced that both Benjamin Grosvenor and Zlata Chochieva have been nominated for Opus Klassik awards in the same two categories. Benjamin’s nominations are for his highly acclaimed ‘Liszt’ album, and Zlata has been nominated for her superb performance on her album ‘(re)creations’. The categories are “Instrumentalist of the Year”, and “Solo RecordingRead more ›

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Zlata Chochieva releases new CD

We are very pleased to announce that Zlata Chochieva’s new disc ‘(re)creations’ will be released worldwide on 12 February 2021 by Accentus. She presents piano transcriptions by three great pianists and composers, Rachmaninoff, Liszt, and Friedman, that lend new life to works by J. S. Bach, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Mahler and many more. Here is aRead more ›

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