R. Wagner. F. Liszt. G. Mahler
Works by west-european composers-romanticists will be played in this concert. "Mind may be mistaken, feelings - never", that's why they considered music ideal kind of art. Virtuoso piano concerto by the greatest composer and pianist of the 19th century F. Liszt, Overture to The Master-Singers of Nuremberg by opera art reformer R. Wagner and Symphony No 7 by G. Mahler.
Soloist - Alexander Ghindin, is generally recognized both by critics and music-lovers as one of the most talented and distinctive pianists of his age. “His execution fascinates by wonderful combination of feeling and mind. He creates the atmosphere of stunning intensity expressing fine and incomparable virtuosity” (Les Expressions, France).
At the age of 17 the musician became a Prize-winner of the X International Tchaikovsky Competition, in n1999 he received the II prize of the Queen Elizabeth Music Competition in Brussels. In 2007 he won the Cleveland International Piano Competition (USA).
Alexander Ghindin performs which the leading orchestras of the world at major venues: Averifiher Hall (New York), Kennedy Center (Washington), Suntory Hall, Sumida Triphony Hall (Japan), Palais des Beaux-Arts (Brussels), “Concertgebough” (Amsterdam), Salle Gaveau, Theatre de Champs Elysees, Theatre du Chatelet(Paris), Gasteig (Munich), Rudolfium (Prague), Ricksallen (Stockholm), Theatre Olimpica (Rome),Opera House (Tel Aviv), at the halls of Warsaw, Saint Petersburg, and Moscow Philharmonic Societies. The pianist recorded 17albums on such labels as “Decca Records (England), “Le Chantdu Monde” (France), “DML”(Japan), “Capriccio” (Germany), “Ondine” (Finland), “Rusian season” (Russia), “CD ACCORD” (Poland).