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Mr. Roy Bogas

Professor of Music

Holy Names University

HQ Phone: (510) 436-1000

Email: r***@***.edu

Holy Names University

3500 Mountain Blvd

Oakland, California 94619

United States

Company Description

Holy Names College was founded in Oakland, California in 1868 and offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a variety of disciplines to approximately 1,000 students. Committed to the vision of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, wh... more

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Employment History

Director and Pianist
MasterGuild Series

Principal Solo Pianist
San Francisco Ballet

Pianist
Gualala Country Inn

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On Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, ...

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On Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, July 14, 2013, the Gualala Arts Center, as part of its Chamber Music Series, presents Roy Bogas and Friends. Both days' concerts are at 4:00 p.m. Tickets are $30 advance for each concert; $5 more day of concert. Children and young people ages 7 through 17 are admitted free.

Pianist Roy Bogas received his training in New York and at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He made his debut with the San Francisco Symphony at age 14, and at age 19 he became the accompanist to the famous violinist Yehudi Menuhin, playing over a hundred concerts with him throughout North and South America. He has also played with Joseph Szigeti and many other well-known artists.
In 1962 he was a prizewinner at the second Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. He has performed as soloist with virtually every orchestra in Northern California and with many other orchestras in this country and abroad. Mr. Bogas is Professor of Music at Holy Names University in Oakland, and is also Principal Solo Pianist for the San Francisco Ballet. An active chamber musician, he is the founder and director of the MasterGuild Series of chamber music concerts at Holy Names. He has led the Gualala July Chamber Music Weekends since 2003.


David McCarroll, violin & Roy Bogas, piano | Gualala Arts

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David McCarroll, violin & Roy Bogas, piano

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David McCarroll & Roy Bogas
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Roy Bogas Almost from the time he could walk, Roy Bogas felt the pull of music - and an uncanny facility for recognizing, and eventually naming, notes. Bogas, who performs for the San Francisco Ballet and other orchestras, can instantly tell whether a given tone is an A or a B flat or a C sharp or any interval between. Known as "perfect" or "absolute" pitch, it's a rare ability in adults, even among professional musicians, who typically have what's known as "relative pitch," or the ability to tell what a note is only when given a starting note as a reference. A student of Ada Clement, Adolph Baller, Hedwig Rosenthal and Rosina Lhevinne, Roy Bogas received his training in New York and at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
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Bogas received a special prize at the Queen Elisabeth of Belgium International Competition in 1960 and in 1962 he was a prizewinner at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, making his New York and London debuts the following year. In addition to recital work, he has performed as soloist with virtually every orchestra in California, most recently with the North State Symphony under the direction of Kyle Pickett, as well as many other orchestras in this country and abroad, including the Longview, Texas Symphony, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Mexico City, the Radio Orchestra of Ljubjlana, the Belgrade Philharmonic and the Moscow Philharmonic under the direction of Kiril Kondrashin. Mr. Bogas has appeared at many summer music festivals including the Ravinia Festival in Chicago, the Sandpoint, Idaho Festival and the Mendocino and Lake Tahoe Festivals, as well as the Gualala Summer Festival of Music, of which he is the founding director. He is principal solo pianist for San Francisco Ballet and founder of the MasterGuild Series of chamber music at Holy Names University in Oakland, where he is also Professor of Music.


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& Roy Bogas, piano

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Roy Bogas Almost from the time he could walk, Roy Bogas felt the pull of music -- and an uncanny facility for recognizing, and eventually naming, notes. Bogas, who performs for the San Francisco Ballet and other orchestras, can instantly tell whether a given tone is an A or a B flat or a C sharp or any interval between. Known as "perfect" or "absolute" pitch, it's a rare ability in adults, even among professional musicians, who typically have what's known as "relative pitch," or the ability to tell what a note is only when given a starting note as a reference. A student of Ada Clement, Adolph Baller, Hedwig Rosenthal and Rosina Lhevinne, Roy Bogas received his training in New York and at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
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Bogas received a special prize at the Queen Elisabeth of Belgium International Competition in 1960 and in 1962 he was a prizewinner at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, making his New York and London debuts the following year. In addition to recital work, he has performed as soloist with virtually every orchestra in California, most recently with the North State Symphony under the direction of Kyle Pickett, as well as many other orchestras in this country and abroad, including the Longview, Texas Symphony, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Mexico City, the Radio Orchestra of Ljubjlana, the Belgrade Philharmonic and the Moscow Philharmonic under the direction of Kiril Kondrashin. Mr. Bogas has appeared at many summer music festivals including the Ravinia Festival in Chicago, the Sandpoint, Idaho Festival and the Mendocino and Lake Tahoe Festivals, as well as the Gualala Summer Festival of Music, of which he is the founding director. He is principal solo pianist for San Francisco Ballet and founder of the MasterGuild Series of chamber music at Holy Names University in Oakland, where he is also Professor of Music.


Event Schedule - Fort Bragg Center for the Arts Music Series

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Cellist Peter Wyrick & Pianist Roy Bogas

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Cellist Peter Wyrick and pianist Roy Bogas have performed frequently in Gualala and we were extraordinarily lucky to entice them to Mendocino.
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Mr. Bogas was a prizewinner at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, and at the age of 19 became accompanist to Yehudi Menuhin, playing over a hundred concerts with him throughout North and South America. He has performed as soloist with many orchestras in California and abroad. urrently he is principal solo pianist for the San Francisco Ballet and a professor of music at Holy Names College.


Gualala Arts Summer Chamber Music Weekend 2013

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Roy Bogas | Summer Chamber Music Weekend Roy Bogas and Friends Gualala Arts Summer Chamber Music Weekend 2013

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Roy Bogas and Friends This traditional weekend of inspired performances by pianist Bogas and outstanding musicians from the San Francisco Symphony is the biggest musical event of our concert season.

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