Welcome to our Virtual Concert Halls!
We are a team of four professional musicians who provide our clients an opportunity to share their talents and hard work on our Virtual Concert Halls stage.
Current situation shut down physical performance venues. This project was born out of our desire to keep going, and not give up what we value.
We believe that live performances are very important for performers and for their growth. We want to stand together in the current difficult situation and continue to share our clients performances and shows.
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Anna Ouspenskaya, Scriptwriter and Host
Anna Ouspenskaya is one of the most recognized performing artists of the Washington, D.C. area. In 1991 she made her first trip to the United States, winning Second Prize in the Bach International Piano Competition in Washington, DC. Since that year Anna was coming to US every year to perform and give master classes which took her to 18 states. In 1993 Ms. Ouspenskaya became a finalist at the Bach International Piano Competition in Germany. She made her first CD in with Altarus records, and her second is on its way on Ramsey records. Both CDs represent Russian music: the 1st of Rodion Shchedrin and the 2nd of Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky.
An established chamber musician, Ms. Ouspenskaya has since performed with principal members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra and Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra.
Native of Yaroslavl, Russia, Anna was born to a family of professional musicians. At the age of seven she made her debut with the Yaroslavl Philharmonic playing Haydn’s Piano Concerto in D Major. She graduated from the Moscow Central Music School and earned her Master degree from St. Petersburg Conservatory. Before moving to United States Ms. Ouspenskaya worked at Dudelange Conservatory in Luxembourg, also giving performances in France, Germany, Italy, Belgium and Scotland.
Ms. Ouspenskaya made her Carnegie Hall debut in 1999 and Kennedy Center debut in 2002; she performed Saint-Saens Fourth Piano Concerto and Tchaikovsky’s Second Piano Concerto in New York City and Washington, DC.
A committed teacher, Anna holds a private studio in her home, and she is on the piano faculty of Levine School of Music in Washington, DC. Her students won numerous awards in local and state piano competitions. Anna and her Music Studio were featured in the TV show Rock Your Block.
Fedor Ouspensky, Creative Producer
Fedor Ouspensky started taking violin lessons at the age of 5 at the Levine School of Music in Washington, DC. He studied with Naoko Tanaka at the Juilliard School, Oleg Rylatko at the National Symphony Orchestra Fellowship program, and with Aaron Rosand privately. He also studied conducting with Maestro Mark McCoy and Maestro Glaser.
In 2012 and 2013 Fedor was invited by Maestro Lorin Maazel to join the first violins section in the Castleton Festival Orchestra, the youngest ever musician to hold a position in that orchestra. He performed publicly at such prestigious venues as Carnegie Weill Recital Hall in New York and the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Since age 12 Fedor has been giving full program solo recitals.
Fedor held a position of the Assistant Concertmaster of the Bel Cantanti Opera (2012-2014), a professional opera company in Maryland with fully staged performances in Washington DC area of Rossini’s Barber of Seville; Mozart Cosi Fan Tutti, Puccini’s Madama Butterfly among other operas. For five years prior he was a concertmaster of three orchestras of the American Youth Philharmonic.
Fedor is a devout promoter of classical music: in 2009 he became one of the founding performer-members of Arts Are For All Ages, a non-profit organization in the Washington DC area, which provided classical music concerts to retirement communities.
Teaching young musicians is another of Fedor’s passions: he has taught students of different ages and levels, he also coached young violinists in preparation for youth and school orchestra auditions. Fedor loves methodical approach to teaching, and he has built a system of individual plans and written follow-up assignments which he gives to his students to help them make better use of their practicing time.
Frane Rušinović, Technical Director
Frane Rusinovic is a Croatian-American pianist born in Split, Croatia. He started playing piano at the age of 9 and has been pursuing a career as a concert pianist ever since. At the age of 10, he moved to the United States with his family, where he studied piano with Anna Ouspenskaya at the Levine School of Music in Washington D.C., earning a Certificate of Distinction. He continued his study as a student of Boris Slutsky at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore.
At the age of 18, he moved to Germany to study at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln where he earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in piano performance. There, he studied with Dr. Florence Millet and graduated in the class of Jacob Leuschner. Frane has performed at numerous recitals and master classes with renowned world pianists such as Kemal Gekic, Pavel Gililov, Arbo Valdma, Martin Houghs and Arkady Aronov. He took part in and won many local and national piano competitions, performing at Merkin Hall, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York, and the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. In recent years, he has continued performing all across Europe: Dusseldorf, Hannover, Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, Split, and more.
Frane currently resides in northern Virginia and is actively performing as a soloist, with chamber music ensembles, and with several jazz combos.
Igor Zubkovsky, General Producer
Igor Zubkovsky started playing cello in his native Russia. He won top prizes at international competitions, including the International Cello Competition in Minsk, Belarus (II prize), and the Tansman Competition in Lodz, Poland (Grand Prix). As a member of The Brahms Trio in Moscow, he won Second Prize at the Trapani, Italy and First Prize at the Weimar, Germany International Chamber Music Competitions.
With a remarkable record of performances, awards and academic distinctions, Mr. Zubkovsky was awarded a full scholarship to the Peabody Conservatory of Music where he earned a Graduate Performance Diploma. Since 2003 he has been a member of the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, and continues to perform extensively as a soloist and chamber musician. He has appeared at Merkin Concert Hall in New York, at the prestigious Newport Music Festival, and has since performed recitals in Massachusetts and at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Live recordings of those concerts are frequently broadcast on TV and over the Internet.
Recent engagements include performances of the Brahms Double Concerto with the West Chester University Orchestra and Tchaikovsky Rococo Variations with the Altoona Symphony. He has since performed in a series of chamber music concerts in Paris with the Marquis ensemble as well as at the Moscow Conservatory Rachmaninov Hall. Trio concerts with Anna Ouspenskaya and Elisabeth Adkins (as part of the Levine Presents series) were aired on WETA, Washington Classical Music Radio station. Mr. Zubkovsky is the author of numerous arrangements and transcriptions of duets and trios featuring the cello. He premiered the Cello Sonata by Isaac Mikhnovsky and has several CD recordings to his credit.