TANYA STAMBUK
PIANIST

HIGHLIGHTS
Debut at Orchestra Hall in Chicago; Performed with Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra; Guest appearances on radio in New York City, Moscow and in Croatia

RESIDENCY ACTIVITIES
Performance Clinics
Master Classes

QUOTES
"...may become one of the dominant American pianists of her generation...The Chicago Symphoy's German Steinway has never poured forth a more compelling or beautiful sound this season." --Chicago Sun Times

 

On the occasion of her debut recital at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, Tanya Stambuk was hailed as "a player with a powerful technique, ideas of her own, and considerable promise" by The New York Times. She shows every sign of establishing a career of truly international stature. Ms. Stambuk's prize-winning playing has earned her much recognition and she was awarded first medal in the International Piano Competition in Oporto, Portugal.

Tanya Stambuk, Croatian-American pianist, began her studies at the age of six. She studied with Robert Turner, a former student of Josef Lhevinne. Encouraged by her parents and teacher, Ms. Stambuk came to New York at the age of seventeen to study at The Juilliard School under Sascha Gorodnitzki. Since then, she has studied with James Barbagallo and is currently completing her doctorate degree at Rutgers University where she coaches with Ilana Vered.

Ms. Stambuk has captured the attention of audiences here and abroad. It was not until her success and highly acclaimed orchestral debut at Orchestra Hall in Chicago that Ms. Stambuk began to receive further recognition. Since then, she has performed with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Orchestre de Toulouse, and she has been heard in recital at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, on Radio Zagreb in Croatia, the Robert Schumann Summer Festival in Germany, and in the Auditorio Nacional Carlos Alberto in Portugal. Tanya Stambuk has made guest appearances on radio in New York City, Moscow, and in Croatia, and has appeared on the television program "In Praise of Women Pianists." She has performed at the 92nd Street Y, the Music Academy in Philadelphia, and has made return guest appearances at the Rutgers SummerFest, and at the South Hampton Festival. Ms. Stambuk has also performed concerts in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.



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