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Celebrated young pianist returns to Detroit to make classical music cool again

Ivan Moshchuk will perform at Orchestra Hall on June 9, in the first solo piano concert presented by ProMusic in over 10 years.
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Ivan Moshchuk will perform at Orchestra Hall on June 9, in the first solo piano concert presented by ProMusic in over 10 years.

Ivan Moshchuk has been playing piano publicly since he was a young teenager. 

Born in Russia and raised in Grosse Pointe, Moshchuk became the first Michigan artist to win the Gilmore Young Artists award in 2010. 

He's since gone on to perform in concert halls around the world.

Watch Moshchuk perform Prelude in B minor by J.S. Bach, arranged by Alexander Siloti:

After spending some time in Paris, Moshchuk has returned to Detroit to continue his performing and recording career. He also wants to help boost Detroit's cultural and classical music experience through an arts initiative he's founded called The Detroit Sessions.

Moshchuk joined us on today's Stateside.

GUEST Ivan Moshchuk is a 25-year-old, internationally-renowned pianist from Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Learn more about Moshchuk and hear more of his work by visiting his website and his blog.

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