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Wednesday 18th March 2015
Alexander Panfilov


Piano Recital by Alexander Panfilov.

Commences 7.30pm at Hartlepool Town Hall. Doors open at 7.00pm.

Programme:

Schumann: Symphonic studies
Ravel: Gaspard de la Nuit
Debussy: Estampes
Stravinsky: Petrouchka


Alexander Panfilov

 

Artist Information:

Alexander Panfilov was born in Moscow and began studying piano at age six at the Gnessin School in Moscow. From 2006 he studied at the Moscow State Conservatory and in 2012 was admitted to the Royal Northern College of Music for a postgraduate Master. He is the winner of several international music competitions: Yudina Marina in St. Petersburg, Petar Conjovic in Belgrade, Ibla Grand Prize 2010 in Ragusa, Minsk, 2010 in Minsk, Russia, "A. Speranza " Competition  of Taranto. He has given numerous concerts in the most prestigious concert halls: the Moscow Conservatory, Philharmonic Chamber Hall in Moscow, Minsk Great Philharmonic Hall, Carnegie Hall in New York.He has performed at festivals: Neuhaus in Moscow, Schwarzwald Music Festival in Germany and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. He has studied with the masters RobertLevin, Martin Roscoe, Michel Beroff, Ilja Ivary and Gabriel Kwok. His repertoire rangesfrom Bach to contemporary music up to Scarlatti. Just last year Alexander won First Prize at the prestigious Brant Piano Competition.

   

Reviews:

" ... one of the most thrilling performances of the competition, that of the Sonata in F minor Op 57, ‘Appassionata', given by Alexander Panfilov…   Looming large over the instrument, Alexander Panfilov displayed a delicacy and control that infused his reading of Op 57 with unusual clarity, precision and expressionistic power, a reading which did not pull back at the galvanic unleashing of fortissimo outbursts yet also valued the emphasis of local gesture and motif." - Malcolm Miller.

"To cap the evening, Russian pianist Alexander Panfilov performed Prokofiev writ large. He has technique and musical understanding of someone much, much older and farther along life's musical path. He also has the strength of imagination and stage presence to make for a powerful, dynamic and always fascinating performance. Having seen him perform several times now, I am convinced that Alexander has the potential for a major performing career. He's that good." - Jeffrey James, Editor, International Composer.

 

 

 

 

 

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