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Hyoung Joon
Chang

Korea

Since his debut with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra at the age of sixteen, Korean born pianist, Hyoung-Joon Chang has worked with eminent conductors including Walter Hendl, Tadaaki Otaka, Thomas Sanderling, Paul Freeman and Ian Hobson. Chang has collaborated with world-renowned orchestras such as the London Philharmonic, the Tokyo Philharmonic, the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia, the Czech National Symphony, Sinfonia Da Camera, the Osaka Symphony, the Victoria Symphony, the Chautauqua Symphony. Chang was the soloist for the Korean premiere of the Concerto for two pianos and orchestra by Vaughan Williams and the Rainy Day for the piano and the orchestra by Kang-Yul Lee, the latter winning the Art Award of the Year in Korea. In addition, Chang has given acclaimed solo recitals on international stages in Europe, the United States, Canada, Japan, and Korea.

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Sergei
Dorensky

Russia

Sergei Dorensky was born in Moscow. He studied with Grigory Ginzburg at Moscow Central Music School. He graduated summa cum laude from Moscow Conservatory in 1955, where he completed his postgraduate studies in 1957 and began his teaching career becoming a Full Professor in 1979. He won awards at the 5th International Youth Festival in Warsaw (1955, 1st Prize and Gold Medal), International Piano Competition in Rio de Janeiro (1957, 2nd Prize). 

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Martin
Engstroem

Sweden

Martin Engstroem received his schooling and a degree in Music History from the University of Stockholm. He began his early career as a manager by creating his own concerts series for young Swedish musicians at the Stockholm National Museum. Still a teenager he also arranged major concerts for Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Antal Dorati and Staffan Scheja. In 1972-1973 he worked for the Foreign Division of Ibbs & Tillett artists’ management in London dealing with British artists as John Ogdon, Shura Cherkassky and many UK orchestras. In 1975 Martin Engstroem moved to Paris to become partner in the artists management company Opéra et Concert. During 12 years he worked with major artists such as Karl Böhm, Birgit Nilsson, Jessye Norman, Lucia Popp, Renato Bruson and Leonard Bernstein. His prime interest was to develop new talents and many of the young musicians he represented went on to major careers such as Barbara Hendricks, Neil Shicoff, Han-Na Chang and Giuseppe Sinopoli. 

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Stanislav
Ioudenitch*

USA

Born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Ioudenitch studied at the Uspensky School of Music in Tashkent, the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid, the International Piano Foundation Theo Lieven (Lake Como, Italy), the Cleveland Institute of Music and the UMKC Conservatory of Music. A former student of Natalia Vasinkina and Dmitri Bashkirov, he also studied with Karl Ulrich Schnabel, William Grant Naboré, Leon Fleisher, Fou Ts’ong, and Rosalyn Tureck.

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Piotr
Paleczny*

Poland

One of the most outstanding Polish pianists and professors, five international competitions laureate. He completed piano studies at the Frederick Chopin Music University in Warsaw at the Jan Ekier class. His success at the 8th Frederick Chopin International Piano Competition opened him the doors of the best world concert halls. Receiving the Third Prize, the Special Prize for the best Polonaise performance and the Witold Małcużyński Prize initiated his career, which he enjoys until now.

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Boris
Petrushansky*

Russia

Boris Petrushansky`s highly original creativity and vivacious personality have gained him wide recognition as a concert pianist. He started playing piano at the age of five, supported by a musical family, and had among his teachers the eminent Heinrich Neuhaus. After studying with Lev Naumov, he graduated from the Moscow Conservatory in 1975, having already distinguished himself in major international competitions, for example at Leeds in 1969, Munich in 1971, and Terni in 1975 where he won the first prize. Ever since the summer of 1975 when he gave two unforgettable recitals at the Festival dei due Mondi at Spoleto and the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino (substituting Richter), Petrushansky has not looked back. His performances have taken him to Italy, Finland, Sweden, Japan, Great Britain, Germany, France, Belgium, Austria, Czechoslovakia, USA, Hungary, Israel, Egypt, Mexico, Taiwan, Hong-Kong, S. Africa. 

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Valeri
Piassetski

Russia

The central place in the life of Valery Piassetski is occupied by pedagogy. Among his students it is sufficient to mention the name of the winner of XI International Tchaikovsky Competition, National artist of Russia, Laureate of Russia Government award, President of New Names International Charity Foundation Denis Matsuev. More than 120 times the students of Piassetski became laureates of international and all-Russian competitions. To his credit are victories and laureate titles of major youth competitions: Eurovision, International Tchaikovsky Competition, International Krainev Competition, Chopin Competition, The Nutcracker, Junior Musician of the Culture TV Channel 2010, Rotary competition and many more.

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On the 2nd of May at the Moscow Philharmonic's Chamber Hall the master classes of professors Boris Petrushansky, Piotr Paleczny and Stanislav Ioudenitch wil ltake place. Entrance and participance are free.

To attend the master class please register here: https://mosfilarmonia.timepad.ru/event/697992/
To participate in the master class please send a message to grandpianocom@gmail.com.

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