Sakıp Sabancı Museum's performance stage, The Seed, will host pianist Natasha Paremski for the second time tomorrow as part of the 10th edition of the Istanbul Recitals. Parenski, whose artistry has been described as "an unstoppable energy with flawless technique," has been enchanting audiences around the world with her performances for years. The Moscow-born pianist began playing the piano at the age of four and moved to San Francisco with her parents at the age of eight and then to New York. Paremski soon became a U.S. citizen and gave her first concert at the age of nine with El Camino Youth Symphony in California. When she was 15 years old, she shared the stage with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. She hit the headlines in The New York Times with her exquisite performance of "Islamey Fantasy," a famously difficult piece that Scriabin is rumored to have broken his hand to be able to play. The Russian-American pianist has been lauded for her incredible mastery of her piano by classical music lovers all over the world.
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