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NYC concert pianist playing UOG

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Concert pianist from New York City Roman Rudnytsky is set to perform Saturday at the University of Guam as part of the college's 60th year anniversary and part of his Micronesian tour. This is the virtuoso's fourth visit to the island. Concert goers can look forward to his interpretations of various works from Beethoven, Schumann, Clemente, Liszt, and Chopin.

"I think it's a great way to interpret music and bring music across to listeners and there's so much music written for the piano that does that, so many people enjoy listening to music written for piano and I'm glad that being a pianist, I'm able to convey that music to my audiences," he shared with KUAM News. 

The concert is set for Saturday, January 21st at the UOG Class Lecture Hall at 7:30pm. Tickets will be on sale at the door for $10.

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