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Constantine Finehouse

Praised by Rhein Main Presse Allgemeine Zeitung for his "interpretations of depth and maturity,” Constantine Finehouse has performed in Trieste, London, Budapest, St. Petersburg and Odessa and most recently with violinist Olga Caceanova at Galeazza Castle in Italy and with cellist Sebastian Baverstam, at the Concert Artists Guild Winners Concert at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall.

Since receiving his Masters degree in Piano Performance from Yale University, this versatile pianist has performed extensively in the US and abroad, as well as locally with orchestras in the Boston area and in solo recital and chamber music performances in the city's best halls.
Recently 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 and at Yale University.  His newest recording is “Backwards Glance,” a pairing of Brahms’ music with that of Richard Beaudoin.  Finehouse is currently recording William Bolcom’s complete piano solo works for Naxos Records.

He serves on the faculty of New England Conservatory Preparatory and Extension Divisions.  His awards include the Vladimir Horowitz Scholarship from Julliard, a 2004 St. Botolph Club Foundation Grant and 2006 Classics Abroad Project Award.  His performances have been most recently reviewed in the Boston Musical Intelligencer.

This is Constantine Finehouse’s second performance on the Historical Piano Concerts series.

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