Bronika Kushkuley is the first prize winner of three international young artist
piano competitions including the International Young Pianists Competition in
Senigallia, Italy in 1997 where she competed with 46 pianists under the age
sixteen from 20 countries.
She is also the winner of two concerto competitions and has performed with
several orchestras. Her appearances with orchestras include a performance of
Saint-Saens piano concerto No.2 with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops, as
well as performances with the New England Philharmonic (Richard Pittman,
Conductor), New England Conservatory Youth Philharmonic Orchestra (Benjamin
Zander, conductor) and others.
A part of Bronika's May 2000 NEC recital was broadcast by National Public Radio
and her recordings were featured on Boston Classical Radio Station (WCRB) in
"The Great Young Ladies of Classical". In June 2001 she performed in
Copley Square as part of WCRB's concert series.
Bronika has performed in numerous piano recitals in Massachusetts, New York,
Connecticut, Rhode Island, Hawaii, Washington D.C., Germany, Austria, Italy,
Holland, France and Switzerland, including performances at Weil Recital Hall at
Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Teatro Marcello (Rome), PAC-Padiglione d'Arte
Contemporanea (Milan), Jordan Hall, Boston's Symphony Hall and Avery Fisher Hall
(with Disney Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra).
Bronika published her first solo CD when she was 10 years old. Her second and
third CDs were recorded when She was 12 and 15 respectively.
Visit Bronika's Website.