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Alexander
Gavrylyuk

Piano

Born in Ukraine, Alexander Gavrylyuk started taking piano lessons at the age of seven. He won first prize at the Vladimir Horowitz International Piano Competition for Young Pianists and, as the youngest participant, first prize at the Hamamatsu Competition a year later. in 2005 he was multiple prize-winner at the Arthur Rubinstein Competition in Tel Aviv.

The Ukrainian pianist has since triumphed in all the great concert halls and has made solo appearances with the world’s leading orchestras including their New York and Los Angeles Philharmonic, the symphony orchestras of van Chicago, Sydney, Seoul and Tokyo, the Russian National Orchestra, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

Gavrylyuk has made many guest appearances in the Master Pianists series at the Concertgebouw since 2009. He first appeared with the Concertgebouworkest in 2010 in acclaimed performances in Amsterdam and Rotterdam of Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto under the direction of Mikhail Pletnev. He made regular return visits, performing in Rachmaninoff’s Second and Third Piano Concertos, Prokofiev’s First Piano Concerto and Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor.

Born in Ukraine, Alexander Gavrylyuk started taking piano lessons at the age of seven. He won first prize at the Vladimir Horowitz International Piano Competition for Young Pianists and, as the youngest participant, first prize at the Hamamatsu Competition a year later. in 2005 he was multiple prize-winner at the Arthur Rubinstein Competition in Tel Aviv.

The Ukrainian pianist has since triumphed in all the great concert halls and has made solo appearances with the world’s leading orchestras including their New York and Los Angeles Philharmonic, the symphony orchestras of van Chicago, Sydney, Seoul and Tokyo, the Russian National Orchestra, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

Gavrylyuk has made many guest appearances in the Master Pianists series at the Concertgebouw since 2009. He first appeared with the Concertgebouworkest in 2010 in acclaimed performances in Amsterdam and Rotterdam of Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto under the direction of Mikhail Pletnev. He made regular return visits, performing in Rachmaninoff’s Second and Third Piano Concertos, Prokofiev’s First Piano Concerto and Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor.