Nikolai DEMIDENKO

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1955-07-01
Education Moscow Conservatoire
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Style Nikolai Demidenko, Esq
Career pianist; visiting prof: Univ of Surrey, Yehudi Menuhin Sch; medallist: Concours International de Montreal 1976, Tchaikovsky Int Competition 1978; performances incl: Br debut with Moscow Radio Symphony Orch 1990, Piano Masterworks series Wigmore Hall 1993; 1994-95 appearances incl: Hollywood Bowl, Berlin with Berliner Symphoniker, Royal Festival Hall with RPO and Yuri Temirkanov, various Scottish venues with Scottish Chamber Orch, Toronto, Haskil-Kempff Festival Luxembourg, St John's Smith Square for BBC, Belfast, Chester and Ribble Valley Festivals, complete Mussorgsky song cycles with Anatoli Safiulin St John's Smith Square, Rouen and Verbier Festival, Int Piano Series Royal Festival Hall, Gramophone Award Winners Festival Wigmore Hall; 1995-96 season incl: Celebrity Recital Series Barbican, Scriabin Concerto with Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, Prokofiev Second Concerto with LPO, Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue with BBC Philharmonic Orch, series with Israel Philharmonic, tour of Australia for ABC, Int Piano Festival Singapore, Gramophone Award Winners Festival Wigmore Hall; 1996-97 season incl: recitals in Amsterdam, Istanbul, Munich, Prague, Toronto, Warsaw, Bristol, Windsor Festival, Barbican Great Orchs of the World Series (with Moscow Philharmonic), Polish Radio Symphony Orch, Orchestre Philharmonique de Luxembourg; 1997-98 season incl: A Romantic Voyage (3 part recital series) Wigmore Hall, recitals in Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney; 1998-99 season incl: Barbican Celebrity Recital Series, Beethoven's Diabelli Variations with Twyla Tharp Dance Co in Paris and London; 1999-2000 season incl: Int Piano Series recital at Royal Festival Hall; >ir< for Hyperion Records incl: works by Bach-Busoni, Chopin, Liszt, Medtner Second and Third Piano Concertos with BBC Scottish Symphony Orch (winner Gramophone Award 1992), Rachmaninov Music for Two Pianos with Dmitri Alexeev (nominated Classic CD Instrumental Award 1995), Live at Wigmore double album, Tchaikovsky First Piano Concerto, Scriabin Piano Concerto (winner Classic CD Award 1994), Weber Concertos, Clementi Sonatas, Mussorgsky Song Cycles, Schubert Impromptus, Prokofiev Piano Concerto cycle (with London Philharmonic and Alexander Lazarev)
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