About the Event
Vladimir Mogilevsky, the pianist, soloist, and chamber musician, has gained recognition for his unique interpretation of classical pieces, as well as his emotionally captivating concert performances. The press has praised him as not only a virtuoso in his own right but also the successor to Liszt, overwhelmed by his congeniality. In addition to his remarkable talent, Mogilevsky frequently presents his own exciting arrangements.
One of Mogilevsky's notable contributions includes an entire evening dedicated to the works of Frédéric Chopin. During these performances, he showcases a range of brilliant waltzes, nocturnes, and polonaises. What sets his concert programs apart is their fresh verve and lack of fixed patterns, which breathe new life into the familiar classical repertoire. Furthermore, Mogilevsky is always on the lookout for high‐quality rarities, ensuring that unknown works by great composers are also given the attention they deserve.
Born in Moscow, Mogilevsky's talent was nurtured from an early age, leading him to perform at renowned festivals by the age of 8. He completed his studies at the prestigious Gnessin Academy of Music with the highest distinction as a concert pianist. Since 1995, Mogilevsky has called Germany his home, continuing to enchant audiences with his extraordinary musicality.
5.0 of 5
Barbara P, Australia
Very professional and talented musician