Maxim Lubarsky

Maxim Lubarsky


A native of Odessa Ukraine, Maxim Lubarsky is a virtuoso at the piano. Originally trained as a classical pianist, Maxim later developed a passion for jazz and came to Berklee College of Music to further his studies. Since moving to the United States, Maxim has had an opportunity to wrk and record with several renowned musicians such as Steeve Gett, Abraham Laboriel, Gabrielle Goodman, Rhiannon, Patrice Rushen, Greg Osby, Dave Samuels, and Terri Lynn Carrington, and participated in Bean-Town Jazz Festival, Cambridge Music Festival, Krivoy Rog Jazz Festival, Diacetum Festival, Usadba Jazz Festival, and ArtsNaples Festival, to name a few. Maxim has become a yearly performer at the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, where in 2009 he was invited to perform Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" with the Symphony Orchestra. He continues a vivid performing and recording career, leading Maxim Lubarsky Group and working on several other projects with talented musicians from Boston and New York.

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