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Pianist Roman Rudnytsky speaks about his love for music

Maestro pianist Roman Rudnytsky conducts a masterclass at the Mini Convention Center.
Maestro pianist Roman Rudnytsky conducts a masterclass at the Mini Convention Center. Photo by Ava White/KNOM

Roman Rudnytsky, a prizewinning concert pianist from Ukraine, taught a masterclass June 14 at the Mini Convention Center in Nome.

Rudnytsky is known for having played in more than 100 countries, playing alongside orchestras, receiving a Julliard School education and teaching at universities worldwide. He says his favorite aspect of music is bringing to life music that composers wrote hundreds of years ago.

KNOM’s Ava White spoke with him and has this report:

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