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Pianist Inna Muravnik was born in Russia and earned a Bachelor and Masters Degree in

music from the Rimsky-Korskov Saint Petersburg (Leningrad) State Conservatory. At the Saint Petersburg Conservatory, she won the Schubert Honors Competition and played in the Saint Petersburg (Leningrad) Philharmonic Hall. She was a member of The Saint Petersburg (Leningrad) Concert Organization and a soloist chamber music performer and accompanist, presenting concerts in major cities of the former Soviet Union. She annually toured Russia and the Baltic Republics, giving concerts for several years. After immigrating to the States in 1989, she earned a Post-Graduate Diploma in Performance from The Boston Conservatory, where she has presented numerous recitals and performed as a soloist with The Boston Conservatory Orchestra. She later joined The Boston Conservatory as a piano faculty member of the Music Special Programs Division. Ms. Muravnik has been a piano professor at the Anna Maria College and is currently a faculty member at the Pakachoag Music School; she also maintains a private piano studio. Ms. Muravnik is an active pianist in the Boston and Worcester area. She presents solo recitals and appears in numerous chamber music concerts at The Boston Conservatory, Boston University, New England Conservatory, Wellesley College, and the Federal Reserve Bank, as well as other notable areas. For the third year in a row, Ms. Muravnik has given a series of lecture-concerts on piano music of the 17th to 20th centuries at the John Curtis Free Library at Hanover, MA. She has released three discs of her recitals in the past two years. She has also received excellent reviews in “The Hanover Mariner.” Ms. Muravnik’s recital portrait was published on the front page of “The Shrewsbury Chronicle.”

 

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