Music at the Museum

Celebration of Spring with Rachmaninoff

Music at the Museum

Music at the Museum presents a concert of Rachmaninoff’s music with Tanya Remenikova on cello, Linh Kauffman, soprano, and Denis Evstuhin on piano.

Acclaimed Russian cellist Tanya Remenikova has performed in London, Moscow, Jerusalem, Brussels, Bonn, Frankfurt, Florence, Shanghai, and most major American cities.  Her performances have been broadcast around the world on the BBC in London, National Public Radio, and American Public Radio.  Ms. Remenikova studied with musicians Valentin Berlinsky and Mstislav Rostropovich and Russian composer Edison Denisov.

Linh Kauffman has performed throughout the United States in oratorio, opera, new music, and musical theater.  Recents highlights include her Minnesota Orchestra debut in Arvo Pärt’s Como cierva sedienta under the baton of maestro Osmo Vänskä and her selection in a professional workshop of Handel choral works at Carnegie Hall.  Ms. Kauffman’s recent stage appearances include the Governess (Turn of the Screw) and the Countess (Le nozze di Figaro) with the University of Minnesota Opera Theatre, the title role in Handel’s Acis and Galatea with the Berkeley Opera and Maria in West Side Story at Sierra Repertory Theatre.

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