By Mary Westmoreland, President, Bronxville Women's Club
Feb. 15, 2021: If music be the food of love, play on! The Bronxville Women's Club is offering a special concert via YouTube.
The concert showcases Bronxville Women's Club member Oxana Mikhailoff, an international award-winning pianist and her musical partner Vassily Primakov, also an award winning pianist and recording artist. Every piece on the program is a labor of love!
Oxana plays Chopin's Nocturne op.15 F Sharp Major and Chopin's Sonata #3. Vassily performs Schumann's Symphonic Etudes.
You can access this beautiful YouTube concert recording during the month of February by clicking HERE.
This concert has been made possible by the generous donations of Bronxville Women's Club members and arts lovers everywhere.
If you would like to support programs like this at the Bronxville Women's Club click HERE.
Photo courtesy Bronxville Women's Club
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