Faculty - Special Music School at Kaufman Center
Native of Moscow, Russia, Irina Nuzova has performed across the U.S. and Europe including the Phillips Collection in Washington DC, Gardner Museum in Boston, Weill and Merkin recital Halls in New York, at the Schubert Club in St. Paul, Rhode Island Chamber Concert Series, as well as in Italy, Brazil, Czech Republic, Germany. In collaboration with cellist Wendy Warner, the duo released their debut recording, Russian Music for Cello & Piano. It has been featured on radio across the US and was nominated for best chamber music recording by ICMS.
Irina Nuzova studied in Russia under the guidance of Alexander Satz, and in the US with Lev Natochenny, Oxana Yablonskaya, and Jerome Lowenthal at the Manhattan School of Music and Juilliard. She also studied privately with Jean-Bernard Pommier and worked in the cello studio of Harvey Shapiro which contributed to her development as a musician.
She has given Master Classes at the University of North Dakota, the Music Institute of Chicago, Ball State in Indiana, Amory University, the Schwob School of Music in Georgia, and the University of Georgia.
Irina Nuzova teaches piano and chamber music at Special Music School in New York and was on the Faculty at the Hartt School at the University of Hartford, where she got her DMA. During the summers Ms. Nuzova teaches and performs at the Olympus Musicus Festival in Prague, the MAYA Summer Academy in Switzerland; the EUROARTS festival in Poland, the Clazz International Festival, and the Perugia Music Festival in Italy.
Together with renowned violinist Dmitri Berlinsky Irina Nuzova founded and serves as an artistic director of the Juventus Pro Musica - chamber music concerts for young professionals; Ms. Nuzova also organizes piano Master Classes in NY city.