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Claude Debussy

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Performances with the Attacca Quartet in Rhode Island in late 2017 were followed by new collaborations to explore piano works for four hands. In January 2018 Irina performed sevearl works at Rockefeller University with Inesa Sinkevych, among which Ravel's Spanish Rhapsodie.

"The October 5 2014 concert by members of the Phillips Camerata began with Fauré’s Theme and Variations for Piano, Op. 73...Pianist Irina Nuzova turned in an utterly beguiling performance, with a deft, near-weightless touch that allowed each variation to blossom and evolve effortlessly into the next. It was a genuinely poetic performance, from a pianist of uncommon gifts." Stephen Brooks, The Washington Post

"On August 6 2013 we took a trip back to 1914 for Ravel’s “Piano Trio” with violinist Amy Schroeder, cellist Andrew Yee and pianist Irina Nuzova. The performance was the finest I have ever witnessed of the piece, in that the three players, especially Nuzova, seemed to have a very simpatico feeling for impressionism and not only evoked the musical genre, but did it with a blending of Ravel’s melodies, harmonies and rhythms with no self-consciousness to make me aware that I was listening to impressionistic music." The Catskill Chronicle, Shandelee Concerts review

"Your concert yesterday evening was in many ways astonishing. Indeed, it was not only the difficulty within the program, but the depth of vision and feeling that was communicated to those listening. I have heard these pieces many times before, but seldom with such fervor. Whatever it was that was attempted was surely in the service of a vision and conviction I have seldom witnessed." (audience member)

    Photocredit Mark Gurevich 2012

STRAD raves about Russian Music for Cello and Piano

  “Wendy Warner and Irina Nuzova confirm themselves as high-ranking artists with this excellently recorded and produced CD of Russian music...."  “Such full-blooded and committed playing can’t fail to entrance.” Full review


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September 2010 Fanfare Magazine: “Warner’s fluid, amber-hued cello is one of the most plaintively poetic sounds this writer has heard all year and Nuzova’s style is stark, lyrical, and rhythmbound. Again, not for fans only.” 
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