Hi friends, I’ve got one more video for you in 2020 — and it’s more Bach — this time a meatier segue to my post from last week (see video at bottom).…
As colder weather returns to the East Coast and the pandemic shows no signs of slowing down, I’m putting together this post to share with you the three pieces (so far) that I composed to be performed live, over Zoom..
I’ve been using Instagram as my on-the-go sketchpad of sorts, making 1-minute (or shorter) loop-minded tunes — here are a few and I’ll add others as they avail themselves.
“The President’s Own” United States Marine Band performs Ljova’s “Bagel on the Malecón” beautifully as part of their Music in the Schools program — take a listen (with intro)!
Here’s an interview with me about our Corona-times life — thank you to Greg Cahill and the good people of Strings Magazine for the questions!
Deadlines are important — as is follow-up. This piece took nearly 20 years to record — with apologies!
What’s another waltz among friends? This one very much indebted to a style of my father, composer Alexander Zhurbin — possibly the only moment of me playing piano on all of the internet! Enjoy!
Ljova – “Midnight Suite” Improvised Suite for Fadolín in three movements. 1. A Nign 2.…
Just about two weeks ago, by complete chance, I met the comedian Kate McKinnon at a popular Upper West Side cafe. In the next hour, I picked up our kids from school, as it turned out, for the last time in…..
Dear Friends, Roughly a third of my work typically comes from performing in public as…