Alexey Lebedev, pianist.
Charismatic and powerful stage presence, technical mastery at the keyboard and lyrical poetic passion in the sound.
...with elegance and lightness...
...mit Eleganz und Leichtigkeit...
Fabulous Piano Virtuoso
fascinates the audience and the press worldwide
Alexey Lebedev is one of the most interesting musical interpreters of his generation, having won numerous awards and top prizes at World Federation international piano competitions, including the legendary Feruccio Busoni Competition in Bolzano, the Maria Canals International Competition in Barcelona, the G.B. Viotti Competition in Vercelli, and the Jose Iturbi Competition in Valencia.
Lebedev's important artistic conceptualizations have been hailed by such world-famous pianists and teachers as Alfred Brendel, Dmitri Bashkirov, Leon Fleisher, Xu Zhong, William Grand Nabore, Joaquin Soriano, John O'Conor, and tamas Ungar. Alexey Lebedev graduated summa cum laude from the St. Petersburg State Conservatory, studying with professors Tatiana Kravchenko and Tatiana Zagorovskaya. He also studied at the University of Music and Drama in Hanover with professors Mi-Kyung Kim, Matti Raekallio, and Einar Steen-Nökleberg.
The charismatic piano virtuoso Alexey Lebedev has fascinated audiences and the music press with his expressive playing at numerous recitals, orchestra concerts, and as chamber musician ("Duo Arte Mozart") in Europe, Asia, North America, and Russia.
Lebedev was born in 1980 in St. Petersburg, Russia, to a musical family - his father was a conductor. At the age of only 14, Lebedev made his orchestral debut playing Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto Op. 18. Since 1998, he was won 15 first prizes in competitions in Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Germany, the Netherlands, and Bulgaria.
Sonata in C Minor Hob.XVI:20
Sonata in E-flat Major Hob.XVI:49
Sonata in C Major Hob.XVI:50
Sonata in E-flat Major Hob.XVI:52
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN "APPASSIONATA"
The new CD release!
Polonaise in C major, Op. 89
Fantasia in G minor, Op. 77
Piano Sonata in D minor,
Op. 31 No. 2 "The Tempest"
Piano Sonata in F minor, Op. 57