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SERGEY BELYAVSKY

Russian-born pianist Sergey Belyavsky has won acclaim for his extraordinary technical abilities, mature musicality and incredibly high professionalism.

Born in Moscow in 1993 into a family of musicians Sergey started playing piano at 5 and since then has dedicated his life to music. At the age of 10 he had his life debut solo recital and at the age of 11 – his first debut with the symphony orchestra. Since that his concert performances have spanned the globe. By age 25 Sergey has toured and performed in 28 different countries all over the world in most famous venues and halls.

Belyavsky is highly rated by many musical critics and reviewers for his “world-famous technical brilliance” , “unique interpretation”. “He sparkles like a slightly canted crystal chandelier in a turn of the century ballroom”.

Sergey has performed as a soloist as well as with internationally acclaimed symphony orchestras such as “Musica Viva” under the baton of A. Rudin, ‘Merit Artist of Russia’, Russian National Orchestra under the baton of A. Sladkovsky, ‘Merit Artist of Russia’, Chamber Orchestra «Kremlin”under M. Rakhlevsky ‘Merit Artist of Russia’; Georgian Chamber Orchestra, Ingolstadt, under L. Isakadze ‘Merit Artist of Georgia’, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra under Chief Conductor P. Kogan, Szeged Symphony Orchestra (Hungary); Budapest Symphony Orchestra of the Hungarian Radio; Kazakhstan State Symphony Orchestra; Kharkiv Philharmonic Orchestra, Ukraine; “Lviv Virtuosi” Chamber Orchestra, Ukraine; Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Vladimir Fedoseev, ‘People’s Artist of the USSR’, Orquestra Simfonica del Valles, Eduardo Portal, conductor; “Philarmonie der Nationen” under the baton of Justus Frantz,as well as Utah Symphony Orchestra, Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, Malta Philharmonic Orchestra.

Since 2005 , Sergey became a multiple prize winner of more than 30 competitions and festivals including:

1st prize at International Piano Competition “Juries in competition” Salzburg (2019)

3rd Prize and Bronze Medal at Gina Bachauer International Artists Competition, Salt Lake City.USA (2018)

Winner of Asia-Pacific International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, Daegu, South Korea, winner of 2 special prizes for best Polonaise and Sonata performances.

Winner of Second & Audience Prizes at Ferenc Liszt International Piano Competition, Budapest, Hungary

As well as the winner of Second & Audience Prizes at Maria Canals International Piano Competition, Barcelona, Spain.

Grand Prize and overall winner in “eMuse” Online Music Competition , Athens, Greece

Sergey graduated from the finest Russian Central Music School (CMS), and following the CMS he graduated with honors from the famed Moscow State “Tchaikovsky” Conservatory, while being in class of Prof. Elisso Virsaladze in 2016. For a year in 2016/17 Sergey traveled to Tel Aviv to study with Prof. Arie Vardi.

Currently Sergey is honing the mastery of his art at the Kalaidos Musikhochschule in Switzerland in the “Meisterklasse” Prof. Lev Natochenny.

Sergey has released three solo CDs, most recently of Chopin’s 24 Etudes.

 

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Repertoire:

Chamber repertoire:

Solo repertoire:

J.S. Bach

Partita no. 6 in E minor BWV 830

“Italian concerto” BWV 971

Preludies and Fuges 

 

Bach-Busoni 

Chorale Prelude BWV 639 “Ich ruf zu dir,Herr…”

Adagio from BWV 564

 

F. Busoni 

6 Preludes op. 37

no. 4 E minor,

no.7 A major

no.8 F sharp minor

no.15 D flat major

no.16 B flat minor

no.19 E flat major

 

D.Scarlatti

Sonata in D minor L.366/K.1

Sonata in E major  (K380 / L23)

 

W.A. Mozart

Sonata in C major K.330

Sonata in A minor K.310

Rondo  in A minor K.511

 

L.v. Beethoven

Sonata op.2 No 3 C major

Sonata op. 31 No 3 E flat major

Sonata op. 57 F minor ( “Appassionata”)

Sonata op.26 A flat major

Variations and Fugue op.35 E flat major “Eroica”

Rondo a capriccio op.129 in G major

 

F. Schubert

“Wanderer fantasie” D.760

Sonate C minor D.958

Sonate D major D.850

 

Schubert-Liszt

Marche Hongroise, S.425

6 songs “Müllerlieder”

Ballade “Erlkönig”

“Valse-Caprice No 6 “Viennese Nights”

 

F. Liszt

Hungarian rhapsodies 2,9,12,15

“Liebestraum” Nocturne no.3 S.54

Tarantella from the cycle “Venice-Naples”

“Ab Irato” S.143

6 Grand etudes after Paganini

Concert etudes:

“Il lamento”

“Gnomenreigen”

Transcendental Etudes:

No. 5 “Feux Follets”

No. 8 “Wilde Jagd”

No. 10 in F minor

No. 11 “Harmonies de soir”

No. 12 “Chasse-neige".

“Scherzo und Marsch”

“Reminiscences de Don Juan” 

Consolation No 3 in D flat major

“Faribolo Pasteur”, S.236/1

Valse de bravoure S.214 no.1

Valse oubliée No.1 (S.215/1)

Rondeau Fantastique sur un thème 

espagnol ‘EL CONTRABANDISTA’, S.252

Sonate B minor

 

R. Schumann

Symphonic etudes op.13

Toccata C major op.7

Carnaval op.9

Faschungsschwank aus Wien op.26

Novelette op.21 no.1

 

Cl.Debussy

“La Plus que Lente”

“L’isle joyeuse” 

Prelude “La danse de Puck”

Prelude “La sérénade interrompue”

“Suite Bergamasque”

F. Chopin

Polonaise in F sharp minor op.44

12 Etudes op. 10

12 Etudes op. 25

Ballade No 1 op.23 G minor

Ballade No 2 op.38 F major

Ballade No 3 op.47 A flat major

Ballade No 4 op.52 F minor

Nocturne op. 9 No 1 B flat minor

Nocturne op.15 No 2 F sharp major

Nocturne op.27 No 2 D flat major

4 mazurkas op.30

3 waltzes op.34 

3 waltzes op.64

Sonate No.2 B flat minor

G.Bizet-V. Horowitz

Variations on a theme from the opera “Carmen”

Rossini-Ginsburg 

“Figaro”

 

I.Albeniz

“Navarra”

P. Tchaikovsky

“The Seasons” (1-12) op.37bis

“Elegiac song” Op. 72 No 14

“Polka” op. 51

Grand Sonata G major op.37

 

M. Mussorgsky

“Pictures at an exhibition”

 

S. Rachmaninoff

5 preludes :

op.23:

No 1 F sharp minor,

No 2 B flat major,

No 4 D major,

No 7 C minor,

op.32

No 12 G sharp minor

Etudes-tableux op.33

No 3 E flat minor

No 4 E flat major

No 5 G minor

Etudes-tableux op.39

No 2 A minor

No 5 E flat minor

 

Kreisler-Rachmaninoff

2 Waltzes: “Liebesfreud”,”Liebesleid”

 

S. Prokofiev

“Suggestion Diabolique”

Sonata no.2 D minor op.14

Sonata no.6 A major op. 82

 

S. Taneev

Prelude and fugue G sharp minor op.29

 

D. Shostakovich

Prelude and Fuge Des-dur op.87 no.15

 

N. Kapustin 

Concert Etudes

No.3 op. 40 “Toccatina”

No.7 op. 40 “Intermezzo”

Etude No 1 op. 68

“Big band sounds”

Variations op.41

T. Adés

Three mazurkas op.27 (2009)

 

M. A. Hamelin

Toccata on “L’homme armé” (2016)

 

L. Desyatnikov

Nocturne (from the film “Giselle Obsession”)

Xiaogang Ye

Namucuo (Lake Namu) Op. 53

C.Vine

5 Bagatelles for Piano (1994)

J. Brahms

Sonata for Clarinet and Piano no.1 F minor

Sonata for Clarinet and Piano no.2 E flat major

Sonata for Violin and Piano no.1 G major

L. v. Beethoven

Sonata for Violin and Piano no.5 (op.24) F major

Sonata for Violin and Piano no.7 (op.30 no 2) C minor

Sonata for Violin and Piano no.10 (op.96) G major

W. A. Mozart

Sonate for Violin and Piano Es-dur K.380

F. Mendelsohn

Trio no.1 D minor op.49

Trio no.2 C minor op.66

F. Schubert

Sonata in A Minor D 385 for Violin and Piano

F. Poulenc

Sonate for Clarinet and Piano

Sonate for Flute and Piano

C. Franck

Quintet F minor

Sonata for Violin and Piano A major

D. Shostakovich

Trio no.2 op.67 E minor

S.Prokofev

Sonata for Violin & Piano No. 1 in F minor, Op. 80

S. Rachmaninov

Suite no.2 for 2 Pianos op.17

R. Schumann

6 Etudes in the Form of a Canon op. 56 for two Pianos

M. Ravel

"La Valse" (version for 2 Pianos)

Concerts with orchestras:

J.S. Bach

Concerto No 1 for piano and orchestra in d minor

W.A. Mozart

Concerto No 17 for piano and orchestra G major K.453

Concerto No 23 for piano and orchestra A major K.488

L. v. Beethoven

Concerto No 1 for piano and orchestra op. 15 in C major

Concerto No 3 for piano and orchestra op. 37 in c minor

J. Haydn

Concerto in D major

F. Mendelssohn

Concerto No 1 for piano and orchestra op.25 in g minor

C. Saint-Saens

Concerto No 2 for piano and orchestra in g minor

F. Chopin

Concerto No 1 for piano and orchestra in e minor 

F. Liszt

Concerto No 1 for piano and orchestra in E-flat major

Concerto No 2 for piano and orchestra in A major

“Totentanz”

Hungarian Fantasy, S. 123, for piano and orchestra

P. Tchaikovsky

Concerto No 1 for piano and orchestra in b-flat minor op.23

S. Rachmaninov

Concerto No 2 for piano and orchestra in c minor op.18

G. Gershwin

“Rhapsody in blue”

 

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