Asiya Korepanova on The Cunningham Piano Show | S01E16

Asiya Korepanova on The Cunningham Piano Show | S01E16

Russian-American pianist Asiya Korepanova is a creative tour-de-force. From her breathtaking piano transcriptions to her innovative YouTube videos and educational outreach, Asiya is passionate about sharing the full depth and richness of classical music to audiences of all ages. Asiya is the founder of “Music for Minds“, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing uniquely programmed classical music performances to classroom children. Asiya is also the founder of ‘Festival Baltimore’, a two-week chamber music series and summer academy at Linehan Hall of University of Maryland, Baltimore County, featuring the complete works of composers in various genres.

Featured Works:
“Extase” Op. 21, No. 2 by Amy Beach/Transcribed by Asiya Korepanova
Rose Adagio from Sleeping Beauty – Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky/Transcribed by Asiya Korepanova

Featured Piano: Yamaha CF6
Piano Technician: Bob Duggan

Asiya’s websites:
https://www.asiyakorepanova.com/
YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNJJG49fbwJPiOkQHaboA0Q
Festival Baltimore: https://www.festivalbaltimore.com/
Music For Minds: https://www.musicforminds.org/

Shot on location at Cunningham Piano Co. in King of Prussia

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