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Dear friends and colleagues,

Welcome to my website!

I wanted to share with you some information pertaining to the spring and summer events of 2024.

There are some several projects on the agenda:

Fresh from performing at CSUN ChamberFest and a recital in San Francisco in early February, there are recital programs in southern California, including one on March 10 to benefit the Thousand Oaks Philharmonic, an orchestra which offers local young talent a chance to perform with a professional orchestra: https://www.tophil.org/fund-raising/

Later I join forces with the cellist Misha Quint at the Well Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall for our Cello Piano Recital on Thursday, May 2nd: https://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2024/05/02/Misha-Quint-Cello-Dmitry-Rachmanov-Piano-0800PM

For the Summer 2024 events, I would like to share with you information on the International Music Festivals I will be participating in. Please, contact me for more information. I hope some of you will join me at these exciting events:

painted butterfly, illustration for Montecito Music Festival

On June 17-26 there will be Montecito Music Festival, located at Cal Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, SoCal, where I will attend its first session: Montecito Music Festival

Illustration of Piano Sicily festival

In July (July 2-14) I will be at the InterHarmony Music Festival in Northern Italy: https://www.interharmony.com/

On July 15-18 I will be teaching masterclasses at John Perry Academy in New Jersey: https://www.johnperryacademy.org/faculty

IOn July 19-23 I will be a Guest Artist at the Lancaster Piano Festival in Lancaster, PA: https://www.lancasterpianofest.com/2022-music-festival

These are inspirational music programs to attend, some located at beautiful and picturesque places. These special forums present opportunities to meet and interact with maestros and young talent from all over the world. They give unique possibilities to learn, play for distinguished world-class musicians in masterclasses and lessons, to work on solo as well as chamber repertoire, to absorb fresh information. In a word, these are significant symposiums to stimulate, inspire, motivate, form new friendships, open the new horizons, and teach you in many different ways. They are also a chance to perform and showcase your talent.

Please, take a look.

I would be glad to answer any questions you may have.

Cordially,
Dmitry Rachmanov
dmitry.rachmanov@csun.edu