Kiev-born pianist Alexei Grynyuk displayed tremendous interest in music from his early childhood and at just six years old started giving his first concerts.
He attracted wide attention at the age of thirteen when he won the first prize at the Sergei Diaghilev All-Soviet-Union piano competition in Moscow. By then he had already been touring Eastern Europe as a soloist as well as performing Mozart and Chopin piano concertos with Ukrainian orchestras. Later he went on to achieve numerous awards at international piano competitions including first prizes at the Vladimir Horowitz International Piano Competition in Kiev and the Shanghai International Piano Competition in China.
Equally at home in Classical, Romantic and Twentieth-Century repertoire, Grynyuk has been described by Le Figaro (Paris) as “master of transparent and sovereign touch…astonishing personality and absolute transcendental virtuosity”. He has already appeared at many of the world’s most renowned concert halls, including Wigmore Hall and the South Bank Centre in London, Salle Cortot & Salle Gaveau in Paris, the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatoire, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and other prominent venues of Europe, United States, Mexico, Japan, South Korea and Morocco.
|Mozart||Piano Sonata No.12 in F major|
|Beethoven||Piano Sonata No. 23 in F minor Op. 57 “Appassionata”|
|Mendelssohn||Variations Sérieuses Op. 54|
|Schubert||Impromptus Op. 90|
|Listz||Hungarian Rhapsody No. 9 in E flat major|