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The first of this week's public events as part of the Birmingham International Piano Academy brought the Russian pianist Oxana Yablonskaya to the Conservatoire.
Paul was chaired by Alexander Braginsky of the United States, and included Oxana Yablonskaya, Claude Frank and Awadagin Pratt of the United States; Piotr Paleczny of Poland; Shi Shucheng of China; Alexey Skavronsky of Russia and Dubravka Tomsic of Slovenia.
Oxana Yablonskaya will launch the series of piano recitals Steven Osborne will be playing Beethoven and Rachmaninov as well as some of his own jazz improvisations