ALEXEI GRYNYUK, piano  -  Ukraine  

Urgent information from OCMS.

Leonard Elschenbroich is indisposed with Flu. He cancelled a concert last night, Thursday, and has, unfortunately had to cancel his participation in tomorrow evening's recital for us.

We are however, very fortunate to have another programme presented by

Alexei Grynyuk, piano.

Well-known to our members for the stunning recital given two years ago when he received a Standing Ovation for his first performance for us,  we can be assured of a concert which will give great pleasure.

Please help us to make this a successful occasion, by letting as many of your friends know that we have such a superb pianist coming to play tomorrow night.


CHOPIN                                Nocturne in B Op 9 No 3

CHOPIN                                Polonaise in A flat ‘Heroic’

CHOPIN                                Andante Spianato and Grand Polonaise Brillante Op 22

RACHMANINOV               Piano Sonata No 2 in B flat Op 36


LISZT                                      Sonata in B minor S.178

LISZT                                      Mephisto Waltz


Alexei Grynyuk:  Equally at home in classical, romantic and 20th Century repertoire, the British-Ukrainian pianist, Alexei Grynyuk, was born in Kiev, and  has been described as producing          ".sublime playing, a breathtaking performance."  -"A young Horowitz reborn." Pianoworld Magazine,Amsterdam

At six years Alexei began to give his first concerts and at thirteen he attracted wide interest when he won the 1st prize at the All Soviet Piano Competition in Moscow. By then he had already been touring Eastern Europe as a soloist as well as performing Mozart and Chopin piano concertos with Ukrainian orchestras!

Alexei’s musical development was shaped by his studies at the Kiev Conservatoire under Natalia Gridneva and Valery Kozlov, followed by a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music in London where he studied with Hamish Milne. Hecurrently, lives in London , and givesconcerts in some of the most prestigious venues in the world, including the Wigmore Hall and South Bank Centre in London,  Salle Cortot and Salle Gaveau in Paris, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory and other famous concert halls in Europe, plus his New York debut at the Metropolitan Museum.                 


Suzanne Connor,

Artists' Liaison,

Oxshott and Cobham Music Society




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