Duo Classical Benefit Concert

Actions Panel

Duo Classical Benefit Concert

Duo Benefit Classical Concert featuring virtuoso violinist Attilla Sautov and Ukrainian pianist Oleksandr Savchenko

By US Artist Management

When and where

Date and time

Sunday, June 18 · 4 - 5:30pm PDT


La Jolla Community Center 6811 La Jolla Boulevard San Diego, CA 92037

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Duo Classical Benefit Concert featuring virtuoso violinist Attilla Sautov and Ukrainian pianist Oleksandr Savchenko.

Update as of 6/08/2023: Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, pianist Oleg Poliansky will not be able to perform at this concert. To continue our support of the orphanage in Mexico, as well as a musician from war-torn Ukraine, we will proceed with the event. He will be replaced by Ukrainian classical pianist Oleksandr Savchenko. If you purchased tickets to this event before June 8th and would like a refund, please contact us, and we will issue you a refund.

Shalom Strings is pleased to announce a Duo Classical Benefit Concert featuring virtuoso violinist Attilla Sautov and Ukrainian pianist Oleksandr Savchenko. Come and celebrate an early Father's Day with a marvelous afternoon of exquisite music! The duo will be presenting a delightful program of masterful works by Bach, Debussy, Gluck, Massenet, Schubert, Handel, Mendelssohn, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven and Ponce Cuéllar. Don't miss this opportunity to experience a most entertaining and enjoyable concert! Oleksandr Savchenko will also briefly share about his experience of war in his native Ukraine and seeking refuge in the US.

Stay after the show to greet and chat with the brilliant musicians and to purchase signed CDs. Tickets are also available at the door 30 minutes prior to the concert. A portion of the proceeds will be used to aid an orphanage in Ensenada, Mexico. Thank you for your support! Please share about this event with your friends.

Attilla Sautov is renowned in music circles around the world for his brilliance as a soloist, having performed on every continent with some of the world's major orchestras and with many leading chamber musicians. Sautov has performed as concertmaster in many of the world's most prestigious venues, including Cologne Philharmonic Hall, Munich Philharmonic, Düsseldorf Philharmonic Tonhalle, Philharmonic Hamburg, The Schauspielhaus - Berlin Concert Hall, National Arts Center in Ottawa, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Centre Colon in Madrid, Spain, and Sydney Opera House, Australia. A winner of international violin competitions as well as a producer of recordings, Sautov is passionate about bringing quality classical music to lesser-served music lovers. He plays a 1705 Stradivarius copy which he acquired in Cremona, Italy.

Oleksandr Savchenko, born in Kiev in 1997, studied piano at the R. Glier Kyiv Institute of Music, under renowned piano pedagogue, Irina Gavrylyuk, and graduated with high honors. He continued his studies in 2018 at the Ukrainian National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music until the war broke out in Ukraine. Seeking refuge in the US, he is an emerging concert pianist, performing in classical concerts throughout the country. In addition to performing, Savchenko is also a conductor, music teacher, and a prolific composer of poetry, songs, and works for piano, chamber and symphony orchestras. His compositions are performed internationally.

About the organizer