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Haydn Sonata (2-11-1967 New York)

"Nina Lugovoy's pianism has the sort of clarity and rhythmic inevitability that is the hallmark of a true artist. She collaborated with the full awareness of the independance of her role." (The Washington Post). 


Nina Lugovoy has achieved critical acclaim for her performances throughout Europe, North and South America and the Far East. Praised by the Miami Herald as "the perfect chamber music pianist", Miss Lugovoy has appeared at many of the major festivals in Europe and the United States, including the Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival. She has also performed in festivals in Claremont and Ojai, Claifornia, Vinyeyard, San Francisco, Snowbird and Park City (Utah), International Music Institute, Spain;

in Yugoslavia; Cardiff, Wales, Stratford, Ontario; and Spoleto, Italy.


Miss Lugovoy has made numerous recordings for the Atlantic, Kapp, CRI, Epic and Columbia labels. She has on national television over the PBS and CBS networks and has recorded recitals for broadcast by the CBC in Canada and BBC in Great Britain.


Following her Carnegie Hall debut at age 10, Nina Lugovoy was awarded scholarship to the Curtis Institute where she studied with Isabelle Vengerova.



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