Chicago pianist hits Carnegie Hall in style
January 24th, 2017
When Chicago pianist Ani Gogova debuts at Carnegie Hall on Jan. 27, Chicago fashion will be on full display.
Gogova will perform solos from her “Fantasies, Fairytales & Nightmares” album.
During the fairytale portion, Gogova will wear a champagne-and-gold-beaded coat by Mark Roscoe, a Chicago-area designer. He also created the slinky black-and-gold sequin halter gown that she’ll wear during the nightmare music. On her feet, strappy Dark Angel shoes by Chicago designer Brian Atwood.