Marina Radiushina, D.M.A. ‘10 has been accepted into a two-year residency at Carnegie Hall called The Academy, where she will be performing regularly in chamber settings and working with world-renowned artists. A competition winner and finalist, she has been described as a virtuoso whose playing is distinguished by rare depth of interpretation and understanding of style and a pianist with enormous temperament and maturity.
The Academy selects up to 20 of the world’s finest young professional musicians to be part of the program and provides them with varied professional experiences including ensemble performances in Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School and Skidmore College; school partnerships within the New York City public school system; residencies at Skidmore College; and the opportunity to propose and develop community-based group projects. It provides support and benefits for the fellows while part of The Academy and a professional network. Radiushina majored in keyboard performance at the Frost School of Music.
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