RECITAL of two Ukrainian virtuosos: cellist Oleksiy SHADRIN and pianist Artem YASYNSKY . Cello through different styles and eras: from the Italian Pietro Locatelli, the Viennese classic Ludwig van Beethoven, the Austrian romantic Franz Schubert and the German romantic Johannes Brahms.
After the concert, a friendly talk with the musicians and an autograph session.
WHY YOU SHOULD GO:
– You are shaking on the territory of emotions & driving in an atmosphere of friendship and privacy.
– a virtuoso game of young talented Ukrainian artists.
– you get a real live impression in real time with live music, you breathe musical oxygen.
– Discover or re-immerse yourself in the world of real art, listen to masterpieces selected by time and history of civilizations.
Cellist Oleksiy SHADRIN :
– Finalist of the third David Popper International Competition in Hungary in 2005 and the VI International Nutcracker Competition in Moscow in 2005.
– Laureate of the Second Prize of the International Cello Competition in Minsk in 2008.
– Laureate of the First Prize of the International Competition. Lysenko in Kyiv in 2012.
– Laureate of the III prize of the Dvorak International Competition in Prague in 2018.
Since 2004 he has been a scholarship holder of the International Fund for Assistance to Highly Gifted Children of Volodymyr Spivakov. He received a scholarship from the arte Musica-Stiftung.
Since 2016 to 2020, Alexei Shadrin has been studying at the Kronberg Academy, in the class of Professor Frans Helmerson.In 2016 and 2018, the cellist was an active participant in master classes, where he was awarded a scholarship by Boris Pergamenshchikov. He performs as a guest soloist in Ukraine, France, Switzerland and Germany . Shadrin is a partner on the stage of such artists as Pavel Balef, Valery Sokolov and Eugene Izotov. He plays the modern instrument of master Heiko Sefert Plauen.
Pianist Artem YASYNSKY – Laureate of competitions:
– Sydney International Piano Competition (USA)
– Gina Bachauer International Artist Competition (USA)
– Top of the World Piano Competition (Norway)
– Sendai International Music Competition (Japan)
– Battista Viotti Competition (Italy)
– Competition of young pianists in memory of Horowitz (Ukraine)
– Theodor Leschetizky Competition (Germany)
– Steinway-Förderpreis (Germany).
In 2015, Artem became a finalist in the Honens Piano Competition and won a gold medal, as well as the audience award at the World Piano Competition (USA).
In 2010, Artem moved to Germany, where he received a master’s degree from the University of Bremen in the class of Professor Patrick O’Byrne. He graduated from graduate school and, as an associate professor, currently teaches piano and chamber music at this school. During his studies, Artem was supported by such foundations as the Keyboard Charitable Trust, VERE MUSIC FUND, Clavarte Foundation, Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben, Hans und Stefan Bernbeck-Stiftung and others.
He has given concerts in Germany and many other European countries, in the USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, and South Korea.
In May 2015, his first album was released at the Naxos Grand Piano Label with works by Polish composer and pianist Jozef Hofmann. This CD brought him positive reviews from such publications as Gramophone, American Record Guide, Fanfair, Diapason, Radio Bremen . The second CD with sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti was released in January 2018 at Naxos Label.
Partners of the concert:
– the VERE MUSIC FUND, which gave grants to Ukrainian musicians for participation in international competitions and meister-classes, music competitions in Ukraine, as well as realizing festival projects and innovative events.
–GO “FRIENDS OF MUSIC” – They want to love music and listen to them, to create an innovative artistic and space, in which members will be update skills brilliance and will learning hearing. They would like fund a lot of sense and experience in modern music.
P. Locatelli – Sonata for cello and piano in D from cycle 12 Sonata for cello and piano, op.6
F. Schubert – Sonata Arpeggione, D 821
L. van Beethoven – Sonata for cello and piano №1, op. 102
J. Brahms – Sonata for cello and piano in F № 2, op. 99