• Click to contribute to WMHT
  • Click to make/update a sustaining contribution to WMHT
  • Click to join the WMHT e-news mailing list

Pianist Emile Naoumoff in concert in Troy

Last Updated by Rob Brown on
Photo Credit: Frederic Reglain




Emile Naoumoff revealed himself as a musical prodigy at age five, taking up the piano and adding composition to his studies a year later. At the age of seven, after a fateful meeting in Paris, he became the last disciple of Nadia Boulanger, who referred to him as "The gift of my old age." Naoumoff performs an amazing, varied recital Saturday night, 11/11, at 7:30pm (pre-concert talk at 6:30pm), part of the Troy Chromatic Concert Series. Music of Nadia Boulanger and her younger sister, Lili, plus Naoumoff’s own transcriptions and compositions.

NPR Classical News

Karim Wasfi's 'Spontaneous Compositions' Aid Stability In Iraq

Renowned Iraqi conductor and cellist Karim Wasfi tells NPR's Scott Simon about his music, the challenges of his work...

Arkiv Music Advertisement - Arkiv Music logo with "buy music and support public radio" in red below it on a white backgroundArkiv Music AdvertisementArkiv Music Ad for PBS Anywhere featuring a TV, desktop computer, and mobile devices for watching PBS anytime, anywhere.Watch PBS and WMHT Anytime, Anywhere!PBS