THU—October 4—7:30 PM
$15 ($10 ASF Members)
Swedish pianist Lana Suran returns to Scandinavia House for a performance that includes music by J.S. Bach, S. Prokofiev, S. Rachmaninoff, and J. Brahms.
The performance includes J.S Bach’s Schafe können sicher weiden BWV 208; Sergei Prokofiev’s Piano Sonatano. 9 in C Major, Op.103; J.S Bach/S.Rachmaninoff’s Suite from Partita in E for Violin; and J. Brahms’ Piano Sonata No.1 in C Major, Op.1.
About the Musician
Since her debut at Gothenburg Concert House at the age of eight, Lana Suran has appeared as soloist and with numerous orchestras in Sweden and abroad. She has performed in Alice Tully hall, Jordan Hall, Symphony Hall, Louisiana Museum of Fine Arts, Stockholm Concert House, Berwaldhallen, Helsingborg Concert House, Concert Noble, CNSMDP, Splendor Amsterdam, Musikgebouw, Petruzzelli Opera House, Mozarteum, Casa da Música, Grand Hall of Tbilisi State Conservatory, and all major concert halls in Sweden. Her first CD was released in 2017 and includes solo works by Rachmaninoff & Shostakovich Piano Concerto No.2 with Dalasinfoniettan & Daniel Blendulf.
Her 2017-2018 season highlights include debut recital and chamber music appearances for the Festival Internacional de Música de Esmeraldas (EC), Cercle Suédois (FR), Mannes Sounds Festival (NY) and Scandinavia House (NY) and concerto apperances with KMH Symphony Orchestra in Stockholm. This season also marks her debut recital in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.
Lana currently lives in New York and is an Artist Diploma candidate studying with Ursula Oppens at Mannes School of Music. She holds degrees from previous studies at New England Conservatory of Music in Boston where she studied with Alexander Korsantia from 2011-2016. She has received additional mentorship from Hung Kuan Chen, Tema Blackstone, Menahem Pressler, Jeremy Denk and Stefan Bojsten.