A very promising career in Russia was interrupted when he decided to move to Yugoslavia following his marriage in 1976. Two years later Koroliov was appointed professor in Hamburg. During and after his time as a student Evgeni Koroliov won numerous prizes at international competitions such as the Leipzig Bach Competition in 1968, the Van Cliburn in 1973 and the Grand Prix Clara Haskil Vevey-Montreux in 1977. This enabled him to appear in many countries in Eastern and Western Europe, Canada and the USA. While mastering a broad classical, romantic and contemporary repertoire Evgeni Koroliov has always been particularly interested in the work of Johann Sebastian Bach.
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