The pianist Alexej Lubimov, born in Moscow in 1944, is one of the most important pianists from the former USSR, performs on historical keyboard instruments, but is also committed to contemporary music.
In 1968 he was one of the first musicians who dared to perform pieces by John Cage and Terry Riley in the Soviet Union.
Alexei Libomov is a founder of fortepiano tradition in USSR and one of the most important musicians in the world.
“I cordially and especially invite you to this recital, because it has been my dream for more than 10 years that Ian Bostridge comes to Bonn with his life’s work – Schubert’s “Winterreise”. I think this is one of the best, if not the best interpretation of Schubert from my personal opinion and I am happy to bring him to Bonn for the first time” – Rostislav Krimer.
On October 16, an extraordinary benefit concert will take place in the Beethoven-Haus Bonn, dedicated to the well-being of children and young musicians in crisis and emergency situations worldwide. The event unites well-known musicians on one stage with selected young talents who have now found a home in Germany. Together they bring their skills together to provide assistance to those affected by wars and emergencies in different countries.
“…Conclusion: A brilliantly colorful and pianistically brilliantly designed piano recital.” Michael Wruss, NEWS, March 2022
Praised for his extremely sensitive playing and technical brilliance, Alexei Volodin is in demand with orchestras of the highest caliber. He has an extraordinarily diverse repertoire that ranges from Beethoven and Brahms to Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev and Scriabin to Shchedrin and Medtner.