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Covenant Arts Concert with Eugenia Zukerman & Friends

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Photo Credit: Angela Jimenez

Three internationally acclaimed artists come together for an evening of exceptional music.


Eugenia Zukerman has been hailed by the press as “one of the finest flutists of our time.” An internationally renowned recitalist and soloist, she was honored by Young Concert Artists and by The Open University of Israel for her lifetime achievement in music. Ms. Zukerman is not only a flutist, but a writer, artistic director, television/web journalist and educator and has recorded for Delos, CBS Masterworks, Pro Arte, Vox Cum Laude and Newport Classics. As an author, Ms. Zukerman has published and co-authored several books and has contributed articles to such prominent periodicals as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Esquire and Vogue. She holds an honorary doctorate by Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois and is currently a member of the faculty of New York University’s Department of Music and Performing Arts. Television performances include her role as arts correspondent for more than 300 profiles on CBS SUNDAY MORNING, the Charlie Rose Show (PBS), NBC’s Today and A & E’s Breakfast with the Arts. To learn more, please visit


Svetlana Strezeva is a prominent Russian-born American soprano and Laureate of the Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow and Glinka Vocal International Competition in Minsk. She did her professional studies at La Scala in Milan, Italy, under the guidance of Opera Diva Simionato and made her debut at the Bolshoi Theater as Shemakha in "Le Coq D'Or" by Rimsky-Korsakoff under the direction of Maestro Eugene Svetlanov. Mme Strezeva has recorded with the Bolshoi Opera Orchestra, Moscow Pops Symphony and the orchestra of Russian Folk instruments. She has been praised as "The Great Russian Nightingale" by Russia's St. Petersburg Press. Now residing in the United States, Mme Strezeva occasionally performs with her pianist and daughter Milana. To learn more, please visit


Milana Strezeva is a Moldovan-American pianist, talented vocal collaborator and a consummate voice coach. A graduate of The Julliard School, Milana has been part of several opera productions including Dicapo Opera (NYC), Sorg Opera (OH), and American Opera Company (NYC). Milana is also the founding member of the award-winning Manhattan Piano Trio, one of the most prominent and active chamber music groups in America. Along with her Trio, she has performed over 300 concerts in the past four seasons spanning 30 US States, South Africa and Australia. To learn more, please visit








For more information about Covenant Arts, contact:
Dr. Jeanell W. Brown, Chair
Department of Music