Alexander Yakovlev

Winner of the 2nd Takamatsu International Piano Competition, over 50

An international competition-winning Russian treasure

Alexander Yakovlev _

Born 1981 in Rostov-on-Don, Southern Russia. Started playing the piano at the age of 6. Studied at the Rostov-on-Don Music School, where he continued to study with Mr. Osipenko (a disciple of the legendary pianist Lev Oborin) after graduation. He then continued his studies at the Salzburg Mozarteum and Berlin University of the Arts.

Boasting a glorious history of winning competitions from early on, he has won the Grand Prix and other prizes at all competitions in Madrid, Milan, Rome, Berlin, Naples, Kiev, and Moscow, as well as 3rd place in Geneva and 2nd place in Monza, Italy. In 2010, he won the Takamatsu International Piano Competition and became famous in Japan. In Madrid, Ferrol, and Campillos in Spain, and also in Rome, Cantu, Varallo Vercelli, and other piano competitions in Italy, he won over 50 competitions between 2005 and 2009. Demonstrate.

He has appeared in many major halls around the world, including Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, Philharmonic Hall in Berlin, Victoria Hall (Geneva), Catalunya Music Hall, Valencia Music Hall, La Coruña Theater, La Sapienza Concert Hall (Rome), San・Performed at Barnabas (Brescia, Italy), Verdi Conservatory Verdi Hall (Milan), Bilbena Theater (Mantova, Italy), Zaragoza Concert Hall, etc.

He has performed with many orchestras, including the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Orchester de la Suisse Romande, the Royal Chamber Orchestra, the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, the Rostov Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Rome, and the Mikhail Jola Philharmonic Orchestra. He has performed with conductors such as Kogan, R. Martynov, O. Balan, D. Jablonsky, K. Nagano, and Shunsaku Tsutsumi.

The CD has been released from Harp in Germany and Sounare in Italy. He has also recorded for many television and radio programs, including Berlin Deutschland Radio, Vatican Radio, Italian Broadcasting Corporation, and Spanish National Radio.

He has given many recitals to great acclaim in Moscow, Rostov-on-Don, Berlin, Dortmund, Salzburg, Vienna, Sofia, Milan, Rome, Madrid, Valencia, Seville and Barcelona.

The 2012-2013 season will also see tours in Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain and the United States.

As a new treasure of Russian pianism that has produced the best pianists of the century, further attention is being paid to his future activities.

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