When Ludmilla first arrives in America in 1947 she tries to restart
her piano career by seeking a university teaching position. Her
first position was that of piano teacher at Marymount College.
She then captures the attention of Dr. Clarence Adler, a founder
of the Piano Department at Julliard. Dr. Adler arranges concerts
for Ludmilla at the Harvard Club, Town Hall, the prestigious Lotos
Club and the Brooklyn Museum Radio Series.
She also performs as soloist in the piano concertos of Mozart,
Rachmaninoff and Chopin with symphonies in the New York area. One
of Ludmilla's specialties is her live concert performance of all
twenty-four of Chopin's Etudes -- a remarkable feat!