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Le Moyne College Presents Serbian Pianist Dorian Leljak in Recital

<p>SYRACUSE, N.Y. (For Immediate Release) … Serbian pianist Dorian Leljak treats Central New York audiences to performances of Robert Schumann's highly Romantic First and Third Piano Sonatas in Le Moyne College's Panasci Family Chapel on Thursday, March 8, at 7:30 pm.<br /> <br /> Dorian Leljak is a pianist who possesses an extremely high level of tonal control in a repertoire dedicated to the Classical and Romantic masterworks. A graduate of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad and Yale University, Leljak has appeared as a soloist and recitalist throughout the world -- Wyoming Symphony Orchestra, Belgrade Philharmonic, St. George Strings, and the Dusan Skovran Chamber Orchestra. He is also a frequent guest at international festivals: “Celebrating the Piano Recital Series” (Calgary), “Charles Ives Festival” (New Haven), “NOMUS Festival” (Novi Sad), and “City-Theatre“ (Budva). <br /> <br /> Named Artist-of-the-Year by the Belgrade Radio Broadcasting Corporation, Leljak made successful debuts in Carnegie Hall and Boston Philharmonia Hall. Currently, he serves as associate professor of piano at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad and is engaged as a deputy teacher of piano at the Royal College of Music in London. An active arts administrator in his native land, Leljak is founder of the Voyvodina Piano Teachers Association, executive director of the “Four Seasons” International Music Competition, founder of Yale Serbia and Montenegro, founder and artistic director of the Isidor Bajic Piano Memorial. Association, president of EPTA-Voyvodina, executive director of the “Four Seasons” International Music Competition, founder of Yale Serbia and Montenegro, and founder and artistic director of the Isidor Bajic Piano Memorial.<br /> <br /> Tickets are $12 general admission/$7 seniors. The concert is free to students. For more information, please call 445-5433.</p>
posted on: 2/20/2007