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Because of his opulent sound perception, Albert Mamriev is one dazzling technology stands by, the ideal interpreter for the Wagner transcriptions by Franz Liszt. Robert Nemecek - „Piano News“ Frank Piontek - „Nordbayrischer Kurier“, Bayreuth Mamriev: infallible technique… Sound amplitudes have been evoked, lake luminosity, hints of dance, strong accents, all fruit of an effective writing that served to enhance pianism qualifier by Albert Mamriev. Effects accompanied by a musicality who knew how to exploit dramatic, imperative, delicate alternations, serene and sometimes witty. Mario Petrucco – „Il Monferrato“ Albert Mamriev Prizewinner of many international piano competitions including: «Gina Bachauer», «Vianna Da Motta», «Glasgow», «UNISA» - Albert Mamriev was born in Derbent (Dagestan) and studied piano with his father - Yankel Mamriev, with Prof. Alexander Bakulov (Moscow Central Special Music School) , with Prof. Sergei Dorensky (Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatoire), and with Prof. Arie Vardi ( S. Rubin Music Academy Tel Aviv and Musikhochschule Hannover).     Albert Mamriev performing around the world at numerous prestigious concert halls as a soloist and as well with orchetras such as Beijing Symphony, Mexico Symphony, Jerusalem Symphony, Kiev Philharmonic, Oltenia Symphony, Shumen Sinfonietta etc… Mr. Mamriev has been a jury member at over a 50 competitions including "UNISA", "Ettore Pozzoli", "Hong Kong", "Kyiv", "Lyon", "Parnassos", "Astana", "Malta", "A . Scriabin, Cantu, Spanish Composers, Campillos, Arcangelo Speranza, Valesesia Musica, Isidor Bajic, Cesar Franck, Mozarte, Leganes, San Remo, « Gdansk-Baltic»…   His students are prizewinners of many international piano competitions: Evegeny Konnov – «UNISA» IPC – 2020, 1st Prize, Evgeny Konnov - «E. Pozzoli» IPC - 2019, 1st Prize, Evgeny Konnov - «A. Scriabin» IPC - 2019, 1st Prize, Anna Leyerer - «Paris» IPC - 2019, 1st Prize, Anna Leyerer - «Kyiv» IPC - 2019, 1st Prize, Evgeny Konnov - «Maria Canals» IPC - 2018, 1st Prize, Anna Leyerer - «Parnassos» IPC - 2018, 1st Prize, Evgeny Konnov - «Cantu» IPC - 2018, 1st Prize, Evgeny Konnov - «Malta» IPC - 2017, 1st Prize, Evgeny Konnov - «Spanish Composers» IPC - 2017, 1st Prize, Pavel Kachnov - «Lyon» IPC - 2017, 1st Prize   Albert Mamriev is a Founder and Artistic Director of: the International Society "FJKUK" - Hanover, the "New Stars" International Piano Competition - Wernigerode, the Festival for Piano and Orchestra «Klavierissimo» - Halberstadt, the «Young Piano Stars» Piano Competition - Königs Wusterhausen, the «Music Academy Neue Sterne Hannover», the «Hannover-Beethoven» International Music Festival - Hanover, the «Menorah» International Music Festivals - Duisburg and Hanover the Openair Concert Series "Young Soloists with Orchestra" - Brandenburg



Ukrainian Regina Chernychko, a prolific winner of numerous competitions, gave a performance in which she radiated lyricism and virtuosity without neglecting the dialogue with the orchestra. ElCorreo de Andalucia Regina Chernychko is a winner of the 60th International Piano Competition of Maria Canals in Barcelona , she had already collected first prizes in other international competitions such as  “Internationaler Wettbewerb für Klavier Animato Stiftung”, Zuerich (Switzerland), “Pianistico Internazionale Spazio Teatro 89”, Milano (Italy), “Ricard Vines” International Piano Competition,Lleida (Spain), laureate of “Chopin Prize” in Rome (Italy), “Delia Steinberg” Competition, Madrid,(Spain), “Young Musicians” in Enschede (Netherlands) and of  the Dorothy MacKenzie Artist Recognition Scholarship Award at the International Keyboards Institute & Festival, New York (USA). The engagements have brought Chernychko Regina at some of Europe’s important halls: Sala Verdi in Milano, Salle Cortot in Paris, Mozarteum Big Hall in Salzburg, Smetana–Saal in Prag, Palacio Euskalduna in Bilbao, Reduta Bratislava Concert Hall, Auditorio de Tenerife “Adán Martin”, Brucknerhaus Big Hall in Linz, Teatro de la Maestranza in Sevilla, Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid , L’Auditori and Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona. Ms. Chernychko made her orchestral debut in 1993 with the Kharkiv Philharmonic Orchestra, after has appeared as soloist with the following orchestras: Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid, Fort Worth Symphony Orchester, National Symphony Orchestra of Belarus, Orquestra Simfónica del Vallés, Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla, BadenBaden Philharmonic Symphony Orchester, Orckestra Sinfonika di Roma e del Lazio, Orkestr van heet Oosten, Mediterranean Chamber Orchestra, Bruckner Orchester Linz, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Tenerife Symphonic Orchestra, Ciudad de Granada Orchestra, Staatsorchester Stuttgart . She was a participant in LiveProgram at SWR 2 Culture Forum with Joachim Kaiser in Ulm (Germany), has a liverecordings in Radio 80 Bergen (Holland), SWR Karlsruhe (Germany), Radio Vaticana Musica in Rom (Italy), Radio Catalunya Música in Barcelona (Spain). She recorded a CD with Sonatas by Padre Antonio Soler on the NAXOS label. Regina Chernychko was born in Kharkiv (Ukraine) in a family of musicians, began to study the piano at age of four at the Kharkiv Special Music School for Giftes Children in Ukraine. She studied Solo Piano Performance BA,MA,SO with Olga RissinMorenova, with Ralf Gothóni / Piano Chamber Music SO at the University of Musik Karlsruhe, with Leonid Margarius at the International Piano Academy Incontri col Maestro in Imola and with Prof. Jacques Rouvier at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. She has also received artistic guidance from renowned musicians like Jerome Rose, Sontraud Speidel, Akiko Ebi, Peter Donohou, Boris Petrushansky, Malcolm Bilson, Joaquin Achúcharo,
Alexander Braginsky, Philippe Entremont.



Evgeny Konnov was born in 1992 in Chirchiq (Uzbekistan). He began to study piano at the age of four with Natalia Krivosheina. From 1999 to 2007 he studied at the famous „Gnessin Music School” in Moscow, under T. N. Sarkisian's supervision. From 2008 to 2012, he studied at the „Academy of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory” in Moscow, under N. G. Syslova's supervision. From 2012 to 2013 he studied at the „Robert Schumann Hochschule” in Düsseldorf, under Prof. G.F. Schenk's supervision. From 2013 to 2021 he studied with Evgenia Rubinova at the „Leopold-Mozart-Center of the University of Augsburg” and from 2017 to 2021 with Prof. Albert Mamriev at the „Piano Academy Neue Sterne in Hannover”. From 2019 to 2022 he studied with Prof. Jan Gottlieb Jiracek von Arnim at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. In 2022 he began studying historical keyboard instruments with Prof. Christoph Hammer at the Leopold Mozart Center of the University of Augsburg. In the season 2020/2021 he was a Artist in residence at the Staatstheater Augsburg. His debut album was released by Naxos in 2022 with piano sonatas by the Catalan composer Antonio Soler and was highly acclaimed by the international press ​ He is the winner of many competitions, the most important of them (members of World Federation of International Music Competitions): 2017 first prize at the 18th Compositores de España International Piano Competition in Madrid (Spain), 2018 first prize and public prize at the 64th Maria Canals Barcelona International Music Competition in Barcelona (Spain), 2019 first prize and public prize at the 31st International Piano Competition Ettore Pozzoli in Seregno (Italy), 2020 first prize at the 14th Unisa International Piano Competition in Pretoria (South Africa) ​ Evgeny Konnov has given concerts in important concert halls in Spain (National Auditorium of Music in Madrid, Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona, Euskalduna Conference Centre and Concert Hall in Bilbao, Auditorio Manuel de Falla in Granada, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya in Barcelona, L'Auditori in Barcelona, Auditorio de Tenerife), Germany (Gasteig in Munich), Portugal (Casa de Musica in Porto), France (Salle Cortot in Paris), Russia (Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory), Italy (Teatro Dal Verme in Milan, Casa di Riposo per Musicisti), Austria (Konzerthaus in Vienna), Belgien (Flagey Building in Brussels), Japan (Act City Hamamatsu), Netherlands, Poland, Malta, Uzbekistan, South Africa and Morocco ​ He played with: Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid (Juanjo Mena), Orchestra Sinfonica de Tenerife (Lina González- Granados), Orquesta Sinfónica de Bilbao (Miguel Harth-Bedoya), City Orchestra of Granada (Lucas Macías), Augsburger Philharmoniker (Domonkos Héja), Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra (Lawrence Golan), Orchestra Filarmonica Mihail Jora di Bacau (Ovidiu Balan), Orquestra Internacional Virtuosos de Madrid (Mariusz Smolij), Jove Orquestra Nacional de Catalunya (Manel Valdivieso), Orchestra Sinfonica Citta di Grosseto, Orchestra "Antonio Vivaldi" (Lorenzo Passerini), Ryazan Symphony Orchestra (Sergey Oselkov), Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo (Giancarlo De Lorenzo), Vienna City Orchestra (Abuzar Manafzade), Philharmonic Orchestra Wernigerode (Christian Fitzner), Orquestra Filarmonica Portuguesa (Osvaldo Ferreira) ​ Many of his recordings and interviews were broadcast by radio and television broadcasters: BBC Radio, Orfeus Radio, RTBF Auvio, Augsburg, D Major TV, TGR Lombardia, Rai 3, Seregno tv, Russia Culture and others He also takes part as a jury member at such competitions as A. Scriabin International Piano Competition in Grosseto, Clavis Bavaria and International Piano Competition Spanish Composers in Las Rozas de Madrid ​ First prize winner:

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