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Russian-born pianist, Yana Reznik has performed throughout Russia, Europe and the United States. She gave her Carnegie Hall Debut in New York in 2002 as a winner of the Artists International Competition. Her guest artists were the renowned St.Petersburg Quartet. She has also appeared on such stages as the Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, The Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory and the Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia. Yana has performed with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and World Youth Symphony orchestra as a concerto soloist.

Yana Reznik's artistic career began at the Rachmaninoff School of Music in Moscow where she studied with Raisa Bekerman. Since 1995 Miss Reznik has been living in the United States and has received her Bachelors Degree from the Manhattan School of Music, New York, under the guidance of Phillip Kawin. Currently, Miss Reznik is a student of John Perry at the prestigious Colburn School of Music where she is pursuing Professional Studies Certificate. Yana’s future plans include a performance with the USC Orchestra as a Concerto Competition Winner in February 2007, concerts in California, Ohio, Utah and New York.

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