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A traditionalist who honored his German musical heritage, Reger was nonetheless recognized as a formal innovator by modernists such as Arnold Schoenberg. Reger's own keyboard skills were considerable. These pieces were composed when he was living in Munich in 1904. Ksenia Nosikova probes the depths of these works with insight and sensitivity. Pianist Ksenia Nosikova, praised as "First rate" (Germany's Fono Forum), "Full of dramatic intensity" (London's International Piano), "Subtle and expressive" (France's Journal L'Alsace) "Impressive musicianship, musically very poetic" (Boston Globe), and "Refined sensibility and exquisite pianism" (New York Concert Reviews), has performed extensively in Europe, Asia, Russia, USA, Canada, and South America. The scope of her concert engagements expands from prestigious professional concert venues, such as Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall and Merkin Hall in New York City, and Dame Myra Hess Concert Series in Chicago, to major academic institutions world-wide, including over 180 American universities' guest artist series. She performed in various music festivals including Amalfi Coast (Italy), Schlern (Italy), Rimini (Italy), Munster (France), and Novi Sad (Serbia), as well as the Aspen and Sarasota Music Festivals in the United States. Her diverse and extensive repertoire list consists of masterworks and lesser-known pieces, as well as over 30 piano concertos. Ksenia Nosikova has recorded for Profil Medien, Albany Records, Centaur Records, and Capstone Records labels.