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Constantine Finehouse

Constantine Finehouse was recently praised by Rhein Main Presse Allgemeine Zeitung for his "interpretations of depth and maturity." Since receiving his Masters in Piano Performance from Yale University as a student of Boris Berman, he has performed extensively in the US and abroad.

Mr. Finehouse has played with numerous orchestras in the Boston area and has given a number of solo and chamber music performances in the city's best halls.  Earlier this year he completed "The Bolcom Project" with his American Double partner, violinist Philip Ficsor, which included an Albany Records CD release and a national tour  with concerts in  Boston, New York, Denver, Santa Barbara, Spokane, WA, and  Yale University. Finehouse is currently recording William Bolcom's complete piano solo works for Naxos Records.

Additionally, in the 2007-2008 season Finehouse has performed in Trieste, London, St. Petersburg, Russia and Odessa, Ukraine.  In the 2006-07 season Mr. Finehouse has given recitals at Brandeis University, MIT, Amherst College, Eastern Tennessee State University and Harvard Musical Association. Mr. Finehouse completed his undergraduate work at The Juilliard School under the guidance of Herbert Stessin and Jerome Lowenthal. He also studied with Bruce Brubaker at New England Conservatory where he is currently on faculty in the Preparatory and Extension Divsions.

His awards include the Vladimir Horowitz Scholarship from Julliard, a 2004 St. Botolph Club Foundation Grant and 2006 Classics Abroad Project Award.

We welcome Mr. Finehouse to his first appearance on the Historical Piano Concerts Series.

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