Dasha Bukhartseva, piano
Dasha Bukhartseva appeared most recently on Show 305, recorded in Coral Gables, FL, on April 29, 2015. Previously she appeared on Show 196, recorded in Boston, MA, on May 3, 2009, and Show 164, recorded in Aspen, CO, on August 5, 2007.
Program bio from Show 305:
Dasha Bukhartseva (piano), 22, is emerging as an up-and-coming young Ukrainian pianist. She has performed in prestigious venues such as Merkin Hall, Paul Hall, Millenium Hotel Hall in New York City, National Opera Theatre and Odessa Philharmonic in Ukraine, and the Kremlin in Moscow. Ms. Bukhartseva is a winner of numerous competitions including the International Competition for Young Pianists in Memory of Vladimir Horowitz; The International Piano Competition in Memory of Svyatoslav Richter; the International Piano Competition in Memory of Eugene Koka in Chisinau, Moldova; The International French Competition in Paris; and the International French Piano Competition in Brussels. She is currently enrolled in a Master of Music Program at the University of Miami Frost School of Music, where she is pursuing a degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy under tutelage of Professor Tian Ying and Dr. Naoko Takao. Along with her studies, she holds a Teaching Assistant position with the Piano Department, as well as the Preparatory Division.
Program bio from Show 196:
The Shapka Trio is comprised of clarinetist Christopher Pell (18, Bronx, NY), cellist Madeline Fayette (17, Wading River, NY), and pianist Dasha Burkhartseva (16, New York, NY). They are coached by Anthony Brackett of the Juilliard School Pre-College Division. Both Christopher and Dasha are past recipients of From the Top’s $10,000 Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Awards and have previously appeared on From the Top.
Listen to Dasha
Show 305, Miami, FL
The first piece, Our Evenings, and the second piece, A Blown Away Leaf, from On an Overgrown Path by Leoš Janáček
Show 196, Boston, MA
IV. Allegro from Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano in A minor, Op. 114 by Johannes Brahms
Show 164, Aspen, CO
“Autumn Leaves” by Oleg Polevov, and Toccata in C major by Vitaly Filipenko