Masterful Musicians to Perform in Sixteen Acres


Cellist and Pianist to Play Gorgeous Classical Selections
Tuesday, December 27, 6:30 p.m.
Sixteen Acres Branch Library

Add some joy to your holiday season and attend an educational, enchanting, free classical music concert at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 27th. Two teachers from the Community Music School of Springfield will play a wide variety of classical music at the Sixteen Acres Branch Library, located at 1187 Parker Street in Springfield. Sofya Shainskaya, a pianist with a distinguished career as a performer and teacher for over 30 years, was at one time the accompanist and musical arranger for the former USSR Olympic Gymnastic Team. Sofya’s husband, Boris Kogan, a cellist, was a child prodigy in his native Russia. Mr. Kogan was Assistant Principal cellist with the Leningrad Symphony and has performed in locations such as Yale University, Carnegie Hall, and Washington, D.C. As well as playing beautiful musical selections by J.S. Bach, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky, Sofya and Boris will talk about the composers, as well as their own experiences as musicians in the United States and in Russia.


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