Salmagundi Art Club of New York


Katya Grineva in Concert 2017
Upper Gallery, March 08, 2017

Wednesday, 7:30PM

TICKETS: $35, $25 for SCNY Members - or click HERE.

, having just completed her 16th appearance at Carnegie Hall, will be returning the Salmagundi Club to entertain and enthrall music lovers with sounds of Chopin, Schubert, and Debussy.

The hour and ten minute program  will begin at 7:30 and be performed without an intermission.

The evening's selections will include:
Rachmaninoff, Eighteenth Variation  from Rhapsodie on a Theme of Paganini
Debussy -Arabesque
Schubert, Liszt Swan Song
Schubert, Impromptu in A Flat Major
Ravel, Boat on the Ocean
Chopin, Waltz in C Sharp Minor no.7
Chopin, Waltz in E Minor op. Posthumous
Beethoven, Moonlight Sonata
De Falla, Fire Dance

Ticket holders are welcome to patronize the Club's dining room prior to the concert. Dining begins at 5PM with a $35 Buffet Menu (see below).  Reservations, 212-255-7740.

Buffet Menu:

Salad Bar:

Soup of the Day
Arugula Salad; Mozzarella; Cucumber, Carrots, Beets, Tomato, Croutons, dressing

Sautéed Shrimp (Portuguesa)
Cavatelli Provencal (Vegetarian)
Roasted Organic Chicken
Grilled Asparagus
French Fries

Pear Tart


When the teenage Russian pianist, Katya Grineva, came to New York in 1989, she had two goals: to study in America and one day, to play in Carnegie Hall. Katya Grineva made her American debut in 1993 performing the Mozart Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-Flat, k. 595 with the Baltimore Symphony. Katya made her Carnegie Hall debut on May 13, 1998.

Living most of her adult life in NY, she acquired a reputation as a pianist of exceptional romantic/poetic expression. Commentators agree that Katya achieves her impact at the piano more through subtlety rather than by force. Above all, she values the beauty of tone. She stresses a suppleness and a natural approach to the keyboard. Her interpretation and mastery of the piano can be summed up by the following: ' with Katya you sink into the sweet abyss of the music…'

Ms. Grineva has been soloist with the Acadiana Symphony, the ARS Nova Musicians Chamber Orchestra, the Manhattan Virtuosi Orchestra and the European Philharmonic Orchestra in France. Her recitals have captivated audiences at the Laurier Society in Paris and in one of the most prestigious concert halls in Paris, Salle Gaveau.

For more information about the artist, please visit


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