Supported by The Keyboard Trust
Vitaly Pisarenko, piano - Russia
First Prize winner of the 8th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition in Utrecht, and more recently the third prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition, Pisarenko is described as being an "immensely gifted pianist, with prodigious technique" by the New York Times.
Following study in Kiev, at the age of 12, he enrolled at the Central Music School in Moscow, and five years later graduated to the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, and whilst there entered and won the Franz Liszt competition. Since this time he has sought further studies with teachers in Holland, Italy, Germany and here in Britain now with Dmitri Alexeev. Also over this period, he has continued to hone his skills in public performances in over 25 countries.
Beethoven: Sonata Op. 26
Prokofiev: 10 pieces Op. 12
Schumann: Fantasiestϋcke op.12
Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsodie no. 10
Liszt: Rhapsodie no 13.
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