He is the recipient of the Grand Prize at the Stravinsky Awards International Piano Competition and a 1996 Young Artist Award from the Gilmore Foundation. In 1990 Slobodyanik became the youngest pianist, at fifteen, to win the Young Conert Artists International Auditions. At eighteen, he made his New York (Kennedy Center) and Washington D.C. (92nd Street Y) recital debuts.
Since then, he has appeared with such orchestras as the National Symphony, the Kirov Orchestra, the New York Chamber Symphony, the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra for a seasonopening conert at the Cologne Philharmonic Hall, and the New York Youth Symphony at Carnegie Hall. His recital engagements have included appearances at London's Wigmore Hall, the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, the Ambassador Auditorium in Los Angeles, UNESCO Hall, in Paris, the Moscow Conservartory Hall. In 1998/99, he made his debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Yuri Temirkanow and joined the Moscow Philharmonix Orchestra for several acclaimed appearances. Read more on Last.fm.
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