Irina Nuzova—Piano; Winner of many international prizes and awards, Irina Nuzova has appeared in recitals as a soloist and chamber musician in the United States, Europe, and South America. In Europe, she has performed at the Amici della Musica concert series in Florence, at the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, the Moscow Conservatory, and in the Netherlands. In the United States, she has played at the Phillips Collection and the National Gallery in Washington D.C., Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall in New York, the Gardner Museum in Boston, and the Music in the Parks Series in St. Paul. Ms. Nuzova has also appeared in radio interviews and performances in Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., among others, including a live broadcast on WFMT in Chicago. She has also appeared on NPR. Ms. Nuzova is a native of Moscow, Russia, where she studied at the Gnessin Academy of Music under the guidance of Alexander Satz before moving to the United States. She holds degrees from the Manhattan School of Music and the Juilliard School. She earned her Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the Hartt School of Music. Ms. Nuzova is also a member of Camerata Phillips, a chamber ensemble in residence of the Phillips Collection Gallery in Washington D.C. Together with the cellist Wendy Warner, Ms. Nuzova was part of a Duo-in-Residence at the Music Institute of Chicago. She has given master classes at the Schwobb School of Music in Columbus, GA and the Music Institute of Chicago.