Macedonian Pianist – Boban Mirkovski at Teatru Manoel

On Wednesday 15th March 2017 at 8pm pianist Boban Mirkovski from Macedonia will be performing a piano recital at Teatru Manoel.

In this recital, Mirkovski will be performing the Toccata Op 7 in C-Major by R Schumann, Hungarian Rhapsody by F. Liszt, piano works by leading Russian Composer Aram Khachaturian, Serbez Donka, a piano piece based on traditional Macedonian folk combined with classical and jazz music by Macedonian composer D Imeri and Piano Sonata by 20th century Russian Composers– Dmitri Shostakovich.

Boban Mirkovski was born 1991 in Skopje, R. Macedonia. He started off his education by attending the State Music School “ “Ilija Nikolovski – Luj”. He graduated in 2013 from the Faculty of Music Arts in Skopje. His tutor and mentor was the well-known Macedonian pianist Simon Trpceski. Boban finished his master studies in 2015 in FMA Skopje under the tutorship of Prof. Aleksandar Serdar, from Serbia.

Mirkovski performed in numerous concerts in Macedonia and abroad and won many awards. Among the most important concerts are: Concert in Boskovice (2007), Czech Republic; concert in San Daniele, R. Italy (2007) ,and a concert in Washington DC, USA (2011). He also took part in many Simon Trpceski’s concerts, many solo concerts in Macedonia and also as a soloist in concerts with Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra (2011; 2012). He also was part of the most important FMA and State music school concerts.

Currently he works as a piano professor at SMBEC “Ilija Nikolovski – Luj” Skopje and achieves many prestigious awards with his students.

Boban Mirkovski piano concert will be held on Wednesday, 15th March 2017, at 8pm at Teatru Manoel. Senior Citizens and Students can benefit from discounted priced tickets for this concert. Visit www.teatrumanoel.com.mt, send email to bookings@teatrumanoel.com.mt or call 21 246389 for ticket bookings.

Monique Chambers

Monique Chambers

Monique started indulge in 2011 having edited Gourmet and been the food and travel columnist for Malta Today. A marketing professional by trade, Monique's passion is to promote local talent and Malta in general. Free time is her biggest indulgence, when she can tinker in her craft room or the kitchen, or be selfish with a book, the sofa and good glass of wine (of course, wearing something beautiful and with freshly coiffed hair!)

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