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Ludmila Krasin is a Senior Lecturer II in Piano at the University of Massachusetts, teaching Piano Classes for music majors and serving as collaborative pianist for students and faculty.

Her recent appearances as a guest artist (2018) include the Association of Brazilian Trumpeters, in Joao Pessoa, Brazil, and a recital tour to Ohio with Dr. Joshua Michal and Allyson Michal where they performed at Ohio State University, Bowling Green University and Ohio University.

As part of the trio with Prof. Eric  Berlin, trumpet and Prof. Gregory Spiridopoulos, trombone, Ms. Krasin appeared at Yale University, McGill University, Eastman School of Music, Ithaca College, North Texas University, Baylor School of Music, Oklahoma State University  and others.

Ms. Krasin is a native Russian, graduated Summa Cum Laude from both the Rimski-Korsakov School of Music of the Leningrad Conservatory and State Academy of Culture where she received Artistic and Teaching Diplomas in Piano Performance and Choral Conducting.  Before coming to the United States in 1996, she was an active member and performer for Leningrad State Youth Philharmonic, served on the Faculty of the Teachers State College of Leningrad, and was an accompanist for the State Theater of Komissarjevskaya.

She resides in Northampton, MA with her husband, Bruce Krasin, also a musician, and in her spare time enjoys downhill skiing and spending time with her daughter, Ekaterina and grandson Johnny.

(Photo by Eric Berlin)