katya apekisheva


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Meet the Artist - Katya Apekisheva, pianist By The Cross-Eyed Pianist September 28, 2016 Who or what inspired you to take up piano, and pursue a career in music? I grew up in a family of musicians. Both my parents are pianists and repetiteurs in different Moscow opera houses and so I was always surrounded by music.

Biography. Katya Apekisheva is one of Europe's most renowned pianists, in demand internationally as both a soloist and as a chamber musician. Since becoming a prize-winner in the Leeds International and Scottish Piano Competitions and collating awards such as the London Philharmonic 'Soloist of the Year' and the Terence Judd Award she has been marked out as a pianist of exceptional gifts ...

Katya Apekisheva is one of Europe's most renowned pianists, in demand internationally as both a soloist and as a chamber musician. Read more... Duo Biography Click here for Charles Owen and Katya Apekisheva's duo biography Rachmaninov Two-Piano Suites; Six Morceaux, Op. 11 OUT NOW CLICK HERE TO BUY Upcoming concerts 23 August 2023 | Stoller Hall

Katya Apekisheva. Born in Moscow into a family of musicians, Katya started to play the piano at the age of five and a year later entered the famous Gnessin School of Music where she was taught by Ada Traub and Anna Kantor. She continued her studies with Irina Berkovich at the Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem where she won an American-Israel ...

Katya Apekisheva Website: http://www.katyaapekisheva.com/ Biographical Info Born in Moscow, into a family of musicians, she attended the Gnessin Music School for exceptionally gifted children making her stage debut at the age of 12. She continued her studies in Jerusalem at the Rubin Music Academy and later at the Royal College of Music in London.

Mar 15, 2018 We are thrilled to announce this year's programme for the 2018 London Piano Festival @KingsPlace with performances by @IngridFliter @alexdariescu @owenpiano @KatyaApekisheva #KonstantinLifschitz #StephenKovacevich #LeszekMożdżer & #PaulRoberts! #LPF2018 bit.ly/2tOz9PP Show this thread Katya Apekisheva Retweeted Amy Z @Atzoey ·

BBC Four - BBC Young Musician, 2020 - Katya Apekisheva Katya Apekisheva Keyboard final Born in Moscow into a family of musicians, Katya attended the Gnessin Music School for exceptionally...

One of the most highly-acclaimed piano duos performing today, Charles Owen and Katya Apekisheva are passionate advocates for the wide range of four hands and two piano repertoire. In parallel with their extensive solo careers, they have been performing together around the world and across the UK since 2001.

Discography Katya Apekisheva Follow Artist + A leading Russian soloist, chamber musician, and accompanist, Katya Apekisheva was a winner of the Leeds Piano Competition. Overview Discography Credits Related Share on facebook twitter tumblr Album Discography full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums All

Katya Apekisheva is one of Europe's foremost pianists, in demand internationally as both a soloist a Katya Apekisheva. 743 likes · 1 talking about this. Katya Apekisheva is one of Europe's foremost pianists, in demand internationally as both a soloist a Katya Apekisheva

Back in December 2008 BBC Music Magazine spotted Katya Apekisheva as a talent to watch. We caught up with her ahead of a solo recital at Wigmore Hall this December to find out what she was up to. Advertisement. You've now recorded both chamber and solo piano repertoire. Which do you see yourself specialising in?

Explore Katya Apekisheva's discography including top tracks, albums, and reviews. Learn all about Katya Apekisheva on AllMusic.

Katya Apekisheva is widely recognised as one of the leading pianists in Europe. Born into a family of musicians, she studied at the Gnessin School in Moscow, The Rubin Academy in Jerusalem and the Royal College of Music in London. Katya was a prizewinner in several major competitions, including the …

This is a marvellously engineered disc, capturing Apekisheva's beautifully nuanced tone and playing. Her most winning accounts are of Fauré's six Impromptus, the most varied sequence, which are stronger public statements than the more intimate utterances of Scriabin; Chopin's lie somewhere in-between, the products perhaps of improvisations to small groups or parties.

Today's #Soundbites Concert, a oint promotion with #HertsMusicFes,t features Katya Apekisheva - Piano.. Schumann - Waldszenen (Forest Scenes), Op. 82 and Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition (1874) Lunches from 12.00.

Maxim Rysanov (viola), Alexander Sitkovetsky (violin), Alexander Sitkovetsky (violin, Katya Apekisheva (piano) BBC Symphony Orchestra, Jiří Bělohlávek Rysanov, the tone of his 1780 Guadagnini viola a miraculous combination of dark vigour with the translucency of a viola d'amore, has the most idiomatic partner in Jiri Belohlavek conducting ...

6. Preludes, Op. 34: XVII. Largo in A-flat Katya Apekisheva 7. Preludes, Op. 34: XIII. Moderato in F Sharp Katya Apekisheva 8. Preludes, Op. 34: X. Moderato non troppo in C-sharp Minor Katya Apekisheva 9. Preludes, Op. 34: IX. Presto in E Katya Apekisheva 10.

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