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Alexei Sultanov - Official Website NEWS EVENTS. Sept. 2009. The Flying Musicians Association, Inc. announces its partnership with The Alexei. Sultanov Foundation http://alexeisultanov.org/
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Artist Series History - CU Presents Sultanov, Alexei Queen Ida the Bon Temp Zydeco Band. 19891990 Ma, Yo-Yo Dean, Laura Dancers Musicians The Philharmonia Baroque/Nicholas McGegan Dir. http://cupresents.org/default/index.cfm/about-us/artist-series-history/
June 2009 Music Library Acquisitions List Books Music Library Media CD collection CD 2181 Sultanov, Alexei. Klavierkonzerte sound recording = Piano concertos = Concertos pour piano / Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff. http://library.colstate.edu/music/collection/200906.pdf
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Alexei Sultanov (7 August 1969 â€“ 30 June 2005) was a Russian American classical pianist of Uzbek origin. His father was a cellist, his mother was a violinist, and his grandmother was a well-known Uzbek actress. At the age of 6, he began piano lessons in Tashkent with Tamara Popovich. He became famous after winning the Eighth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1989, at the age of 19. He was the youngest contestant in that year's competition. Listeners were awed by the volume he was able to generate. After winning the Van Cliburn, he made appearances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and Late Night with David Letterman In October 1995, Alexei won second prize at the International Frederick Chopin Piano Competition ; the grand prize was not awarded. Sultanov refused to accept the second prize, and suffered a severe stroke soon after. Even after a second stroke in 2001 paralyzed his left side, Sultanov continued to play the piano with his right hand with his wife, Dace Abele, accompanying him with the left hand. He died on June 30, 2005 at the age of 35 in Fort Worth Sultanov on "Late Night With David Letterman" Chicago Tribune Special Report The Eighth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Sultanov announced as the winner, video
CLASSICS BELOVED V.A. [CD] LAZAREV,ALEXANDER (Conductor) MASSENET,JULES (Composer) ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA (Performer) LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (Performer) I SOLISTI VENETI (Performer) SULTANOV,ALEXEI http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/detailview.html?KEY=WPCS-11551
Medical Updates The last few months have seen much activity in the Sultanov household. Faizul, Alexeiâ€™s father, has returned to Moscow â€“ and of course Dace and http://alexeisultanov.free.fr/news.htm
Extractions: March 22, 2005 The last few months have seen much activity in the Sultanov household. Faizul, Alexei’s father, has returned to Moscow – and of course Dace and Alexei had a wonderful farewell party for him. They can always find something to celebrate – on January 15 they even had a party to celebrate my 892-month birthday! Fortunately for me, they did not put candles on the cake. What fun! Christmas is, of course, a time of great celebration for the Sultanovs. This year, they again participated in the Jingle Bell Marathon for arthritis; both dressed in Santa hats, with Alexei’s wheelchair festooned with lights. They also rode on a float in the annual Festival of Lights Parade in downtown Fort Worth. Last fall, Alexei and Dace had started performing in nursing homes and doctors’ offices. Well, the pace has picked up. On Christmas Eve they returned Plaza Medical Hospital, where Alexei had spent so much time in ICU the year before, to play Christmas carols for the patients and their families. One family commented, "What a wonderful Christmas present for all who were there. It really touched all of us at a very low moment…Thank you both again for the time you took to perform for all of us there." In January they played during a church service at Westside Unitarian Universalist Church; again to a most appreciative audience. Then, in February, they were invited to Tarrant County College, where they performed for an audience of students and faculty. Both of these audiences gave them standing ovations. Most recently, in March, they played at Harris Hospital at a support group for stroke victims.
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