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Professors of the Moscow Conservatoire

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Tatiana Smirnova - Romantic Messages

Tatiana Smirnova - Romantic Messages
ID: SMCCD0109
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Harp

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Chopin - Zinaida Ignatieva, piano

Chopin - Zinaida Ignatieva, piano
ID: CR079
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental

Zinaida Ignatieva is the pupil of an outstanding Russian musician, Professor of the Moscow Conservatoire Samuil Feinberg.
During her studies at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, she participated in VI Chopin International piano competition in Warsaw and became a prize-winner; her performance was highly appraised by many eminent musicians, among them was Arthur Rubinstein who was the chairman of the jury. Rubinstein spoke of her as of a brilliant talent.
Zinaida Ignatieva’s concert activities is quite extensive; she appears in the best concert halls both in Russia and abroad - in Europe and Asia.
She has a large concert repertoire which includes compositions of classic, romantic and modern styles and all piano compositions of Frederic Chopin.
Zinaida Ignatieva is a Professor of the Moscow Conservatoire.
Many of her pupils are prize winners of international competitions. They work both in Russia and in Europe, USA, Asia, and Australia, giving concerts, teaching.
Zinaida Ignatieva regularly gives international master classes both in Russia and abroad (France, South Korea, Japan, etc).
She is given the title of "People’s Artist of Russia" for her merits in the art of performance by Russian Government.
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Alexei Nasedkin - Beethoven. Piano sonatas Nos.8, 17, 31

Alexei Nasedkin - Beethoven. Piano sonatas Nos.8, 17, 31
ID: CR021
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Professors of the Moscow Conservatoire
Subcollection: Piano

Recorded at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire in 1998

Alexey NASEDKIN, an outstanding representative of the contemporary Russian piano performing school, continues the traditions of the lofty Apollonian style set by Heinrich Neuhaus who was his teacher at the Moscow Conservatoire. This pianist is distinguished by deep penetration into the essence of the compositions he performs and passionate inspira-tion combined with refined, filigree, virtuoso technique, which enables him to achieve success in the most challenging works of the classical repertoire.
His name is associated with elevated and flawless renderings of classical composers: Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Chopin, and Liszt. He is a brilliant interpreter of Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Medtner, Skriabin, Glazunov, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, and Shchedrin. The pianist is also keenly interested in the best pieces of Schoenberg, Berg, Hindemith, and Britten. The clarity of his interpretations is evidently accountable to the fact that he is a serious and original composer, author of several symphonic and chamber works. Nasedkin is a member of the Russian Composers' Union.
Born in 1942 in Moscow, Alexey was a child prodigy. He began to study music at the age of five with Anna Artobolevskaya, a reputed teacher at the Central Specialized Music School, wrote a fairy opera when he was seven, and then a ballet. He played with great success at important and prestigious concerts and gave recitals of his own compositions. Alexey appeared with a sym-phony orchestra at the age of eleven, and at sixteen he took part in a musical competition at the World Festival of Youth and Students in Vienna, where he was awarded his first gold medal. He received brilliant education at the Moscow Conservatoire, studying with the renown pianist Professor Heinrich Neuhaus and, after his death, with Professor Lev Naumov. He scored further victories in Moscow, Brussels, Leeds, Munich, and other cities.
The following famous musicians were Nasedkin's creative partners in different years: conductors Konstantin Ivanov, Nikolai Anosov, Kirill Kondrashin, Nathan Rakhlin, Evgeny Svetlanov, Vladimir Fedoseev, and Yury Temirkanov; cellist Natalya Gutman; and violinists Victor Pikaizen and Irina Bochkova.
Alexey Nasedkin, holder of the honorary title of People's Artist of Russia, combines world concert tours with teaching and master classes. He holds professorship at the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire and was a jury member at several prestigious international competitions.
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Vera Gornostaeva plays all piano sonatas by Chopin

Vera Gornostaeva plays all piano sonatas by Chopin
ID: CR037
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Professors of the Moscow Conservatoire
Subcollection: Piano

Vera Gomostaeva's name belongs to a constellation of brilliant Russian musicians, and it has its own, peculiar colouring. The Moscow Conservatoire... Henry Neighaus' piano school… Really by right has she inherited her teacher's wonderful spirit, no matter be it performance or pedagogics, TV talks by the piano or printed articles. Is it not due to that spirit that her interpretations are full of Chopin's light breath and inimitable gracefulness, or convey a passionate philosophical voice of Beethoven, inevitable as the fate? Wonderful hands of Gornostaeva the pianist. Bright and figurative language of Gornostaeva - the enlightener and teacher. It is not easy to single out the best of her originality, sincerity, almost hypnotic force. Only a few musicians on Earth combine the brilliant, really encyclopaedic intellect with a gift of bewitching the audience. But the most significant is her deep historic vision of culture in the whole range of its great ideas, links and senses, everlasting dialogue with music creators. It is not purely by chance that Vera Gornostaeva speaks about Bach or Mozart as alive persons.
Tamara Grum-Grzhimailo
Chopin ... It is hard to explain his eternal attraction, tenderness, love. Chopin's pose in the photo made not long before his death seems as inim-itable as his music. Who else but Chopin could sit in such a way in front of the lens? Love for him cannot be overcome. He attracts me like a magnet, eventually changing and becoming still nearer and dearer. Sometimes I seem to hear his voice... Like a sphinx, Chopin is always a mystery for pianists all over the world. How can one express the heart confusion, passion, aspiration of Chopin's images without losing their equilibrium and harmony? How can one combine Chopin's romanticism full of sincerity and improvisation with a strict laconicism of his compositions? How can one convey inspired ardency of Chopin's culminations leaving his fine and plastic pianism untouched? Maybe Chopin created his own piano and released its unknown forces? His three sonatas are like three human ages, they contain the whole creative experience of the human personality. There is a "depth of the biographic imprint", a wide panorama of creative quests from the very first steps until the peak of life, the acme… In every age of the man's life there is a special meaning of its own. And it is different for every man in the world. Sometimes a genius can live a huge life only in 27 years. The measure is different: it depends on the term of the existence. If it is short, the time tightens. Lermontov, Schubert, Mozart, Pushkin, Chopin, - so short and yet so long lives! Vera Gornostaeva..
© Classical Records
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Valery Kastelsky plays Scriabin

Valery Kastelsky plays Scriabin
ID: CR090
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Professors of the Moscow Conservatoire
Subcollection: Piano

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Schubert. Vera Gornostaeva - piano

Schubert. Vera Gornostaeva - piano
ID: CR074
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Professors of the Moscow Conservatoire
Subcollection: Piano

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Alexander Goldenweiser, piano

Alexander Goldenweiser, piano
ID: CR107
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Professors of the Moscow Conservatoire
Subcollection: Piano

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Mikhail Voskresensky plays all sonatas by Scriabin

Mikhail Voskresensky plays all sonatas by Scriabin
ID: CR038
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Professors of the Moscow Conservatoire
Subcollection: Piano

Mikhail Voskresensky is one of Russia's leading pianists. He is the winner of four international piano competitions (Schumann in Berlin, in Rio de Janeiro, George Enescu in Bucharest, and Van Cliburn in Fort Worth, Texas). In 1966 he was honoured with the Merited Artist of Russia award and in 1989, the People's Artist of Russia. Mikhail Voskresensky has extensive concert experience. He is the only pianist in Russia to perform all of Chopin's piano compositions during one concert season (in 1982-83, in nine recitals in the Maly Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire) Mikhail Voskresensky graduated from the Moscow Conservatoire where he studied under Ilia Klyachko, Boris Zemliansky, Yakob Milstein, Lev Oborin (piano) and Leonid Roizman (organ). As student of the famous Lev Oborin, the winner of the First Chopin's Competition in 1927, Voskresensky adopted his teacher's refined romanticism, and perfect taste in harmony with the piano's splendid sound. The images evoked by his playing suggest contrasting musical colours, never out of harmony, with a charming legato inducing the instrument to sing. "His playing fascinates audiences with its artistry, cordiality and ingeniousness. Mikhail Voskresensky is a very talented and intelligent musician", Oborin wrote about his pupil. Voskresensky's repertoire includes Beethoven's 32 sonatas, all the works of Chopin, and 54 piano concertos. He has performed with orchestras under the direction of more than 150 conductors, among them, John Pritchard, Franz Konwitschny, Kurt Masur, Eugeny Svetlanov, Stanislav Skrowachewsky, and Kirill Kondrashin. His 40 CD's include recent recordings of all sonatas and studies by Scriabin, "Pictures at an Exhibition" by Moussorgsky, and the Second Sonata by Shostakovich. Pupils of this well-known Professor of the Moscow Conservatoire have won 98 prizes in international competitions, among them 43 gold medals. Mikhail Voskresensky regularly gives master classes in Russia, France, Germany, Spain, Holland, the USA, Australia, Japan and other countries. He has participated as juror for international competitions in London, Leeds, Sydney, Tel Aviv, as well as for the Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov Competitions in Moscow. He continues to be Chairman of the Jury for the Scriabin International Competition in Moscow. Mikhail Voskresensky is President of the Scriabin International Society, the Patron of EPTA-RUSSIA (European Piano Teachers Association), and Guest Professor in the Toho Gakuen School in Tokyo. Although Mr. Voskresensky devotes many of his efforts to teaching and giving master classes in various countries, he undoubtedly considers his primary purpose to be performing. Voskresensky is an extraordinary and unique musician: when hearing his playing one can feel his sincere and subtle soul - a rare thing, indeed, in our rational times.
© Classical Records
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