To Present

The balance of Ludmilla's career and romance with Chopin's music is devoted to her special passion for teaching the playing of his music, an accomplishment evidenced by the many successful younger pianists whom she trained over the last half century!

Among today's talented artists who were fortunate to have Ludmilla as a teacher are:

Artis Wodehouse - pianist, organist and music historian who has studied and transcribed the works of George Gershwin.

James Raphael - a finalist in the 1972 Tchaikovsky Competition. "James Raphael is a world-class pianist, a triumphant artist, a mesmerizing talent and he deserves a standing ovation wherever he plays." (NY Times)

Barry Weinberg - Who has performed throughout the US, Europe and the Mideast.

The news clippings and letters that are shared on this site are those which Ludmilla has tucked away over the years -- a teacher who has never forgotten the students she treasured.


Liszt Piano


2000


2002


2004

Letters

1985 - Father of Student
Daniel Harrington


2002 - LibertyView
Thomas P. Dempsey


2003 - Music Teachers Guild
Rockland County


2004 - Former Student
Brian Besterman

2004 - Artis Wodehouse
Artis Wodehouse

Recital Programs


Program - 1949

Program - 1951

Program - 1954

Program - 1956

Program - 1959

Program - 1960

Program - 1961

Program - 1962

Program - 1963

Program - 1964

Program - 1966

Program - 1968


Recital - Spring Valley

Program - 1980
Ludmilla Performs
Caught on Video
by a Parent


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Ludmilla's Berkwic's biographical data(1910-present) appearing on this Website was compiled and researched by Dr. Louis Alpert. The final text was written by Dr. Alpert in collaboration with musical writer and pianist, Mrs. Miriam Queensen.

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