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Mikhail Voskresensky

Mikhail Voskresensky

Mikhail Voskresensky


Mikhail Voskressensky commands an international reputation as a pianist in the great Romantic tradition. He graduated from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory under prof. Lev Oborin (piano) and prof. Leonid Roizman (organ). Prize-winner of Schumann International Competition in Berlin, International Competition in Rio de Janeiro, George Enescu International Competition in Bucarest and Van Cliburn Competition in Fort Worth. In 1957 the young pianist Read more on Last.fm
Mikhail Voskressensky commands an international reputation as a pianist in the great Romantic tradition. He graduated from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory under prof. Lev Oborin (piano) and prof. Leonid Roizman (organ). Prize-winner of Schumann International Competition in Berlin, International Competition in Rio de Janeiro, George Enescu International Competition in Bucarest and Van Cliburn Competition in Fort Worth. In 1957 the young pianist took part in the Prague Spring Festival where he performed European premiere of Shostakovich’s Second Piano concerto with the presence of Shostakovich himself. Voskressensky’s concert geography is very large.

He performed with more than 150 conductors in almost all countries of Europe, Japan, Korea, China, Australia, USA, Mexico and Peru. He had wonderful critics at international festivals in Tours, Colmar and Aix-en-Provence: “Voskressensky is not only an outstanding virtuoso, he lives in music and plunges into its depths…” Semaines Musicales, Tours. During his New York debut his performance of Liszt Sonata and 5-th Scriabin sonata was highly praised. His colleagues in chamber music include the Borodin quartet, the Shostakovich quartet, the Tokyo quartet in New York, violinists M.Yashvili (all violin sonatas of Beethoven in 2004-05 season), R.Nodel and P.Berman, and cellists E.Altman and A.Kniazev.

Voskressensky’s large repertoire includes all Beethoven sonatas, all works by Chopin, and 57 piano concertos with orchestra, played with John Pritchard, Franz Konwitschny, Kurt Mazur, Stanislav Scrowachewsky, Eugeny Svetlanov, Charles Dutoit etc. He recorded more than 40 CD’s. Mikhail Voskressensky is a distinguished professor at the Moscow Conservatory, the chair of the professorship of the piano faculty. His pupils have won 111 international prizes including 47 gold medals. In 2001-04 prof.

Voskressensky taught at Toho Gakuen University in Tokyo where his pupils won 12 different prizes including Akiko Yamamoto’s triumph at Schumann International competition in Zwickau in 2004. As a competition jurist M.Voskressensky was in Sydney, London, Leeds, Geneva, Hamamatsu, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles and many others. He was a jury member of the last Tchaikovsky Competition and is the chairman of Scriabin International Competition in Moscow. Not so long ago, he played the 1st concerto by Shostakovich in Beijing and the 1st concerto by Tchaikovsky in Shanghai under the baton of Charles Dutoit. In the fall of 2007, during the celebration of the 100th anniversary of his teacher Lev Oborin, Voskressensky played in the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory the 4th Concerto by Beethoven conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazi and the 2nd concerto by Brahms conducted by Leonid Nikolaev. Read more on Last.fm.

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