Nada RadulovichA conscientious and penetrating artist, Nada Radulovich is a dynamic performer who brings a refreshingly versatile repertoire to her audiences. Ebullient and spontaneous, she presents an ambitious pace of recitals featuring standard classical repertoire and overlooked gems. In addition to transcribing Tchaikovsky’s Six French Songs and Sarasate’s Zigeunerweisen, she discovered an incomplete manuscript for cello and piano on the shelves of the NY Public Library entitled “Romantic Fantasy’ by Antin Rudnitsky. She located the missing pages by connecting with the composer’s family, and performed the U.S. premier of the piece at Lincoln Center in 2011. Originally from Detroit, Nada left the Midwest to complete college studies at Smith College, Manhattan School of Music and the Peabody Institute; and is certified in the Suzuki teaching method. She relocated to Japan for one year where she performed, worked as a teacher, and survived the Kobe earthquake- returning to the U.S. to settle in NYC. She has been on the faculties of several music schools in the New York City area; in particular the Westchester Conservatory and the North Shore Suzuki Institute. She currently enjoys mentoring young musicians through a private studio and performs extensively. Recent solo appearances have been at Lincoln Center, Steinway Hall, the Mahwah Summer Music Festival, and the Roerich Museum in NYC..
Below you will find the complete list of scores edited by Nada Radulovich.
|Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilich||Six French Songs||Violoncello||Radulovich, Nada||Chamber||$ 9.99|