Dimitriy Dyachenko Forest Gump), Hans Zimmer (Pearl Harbor), many French composers, pianist vyacheslav zubkov and conductor Roman Kofman http://www.concertartist.info/bios/dyachenko.html
Extractions: Dimitriy Dyachenko was born in 1976 in Kiev, Ukraine. Since his studies at the M. Lysenko State Music School and the Faculty of Choral Conducting at the Tchaikovsky National Musical Academy of Ukraine (where he studied symphonic conducting under Professor Roman Kofman), Dimitriy Dyachenko has held many concerts in Ukraine and in countries all around the world: Poland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, Croatia, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Holland, USA, Belgian and Spain, amongst others. His diploma-concert in conducting was with a student choir of the Tchaikovsky National Musical Academy, and Dimitriys debut as a symphonic conductor took place in June 2000 with the Opera Studio Orchestra of the Tchaikovsky National Musical Academy in Ukraine. Since July 2000 Dimitriy Dyachenko has been conductor/teacher of the Glier State High Music College of Kiev, Ukraine. Dimitriy composes music for film, television and computer games. He began playing the piano at the age of 7, and without formal training (but utilizing his excellent ear) began composing his own music at the age of 16. His favourite composers are P. Tchaikovsky, S. Prokofiev, G. Mahler, contemporary film composers Alan Silvestri (Forest Gump), Hans Zimmer (Pearl Harbor), many French composers, Pianist Vyacheslav Zubkov and conductor Roman Kofman.
Ukraine And Ukrainian Arts And Culture At BRAMA Ukrainian Maestros Mykola Sukach, vyacheslav zubkov at the Fox California Boston Globe) 10/24/2003. Ukrainian pianist shows flash ( Knoxville NewsSentinel) 10/24/2003 http://www.brama.com/art/headlines0310A.html
Extractions: Yara Arts Group Newsletter: Swan, China, Kyiv, ... Yara Arts Group Telnyuk Sisters to perform in NYC ... Ukrainian pianist shows flash (Knoxville News-Sentinel) 10/24/2003 ABT Opens Fall Season With Grand Duets [Dvorovenko, Malakhov] AP/Yahoo Iñòîð³¿ îäíîãî áåçóìñòâà A Record 55 Foreign Films Seek Oscar Nod ... Fall 03 Book Bundles and Offerings from CIUS: Ukrainian Literature, Ukraine in the 20th-century, History of Ukraine (CIUS) 10/02/2003 Photo: Russian ballerina Anastasia Volochkova dances during a training session in Kiev Reuters/Yahoo Cramped and kitsch Daily Telegraph ... Lafayette hosts a celebration of Russian culture (Contra Costa Sun) 10/01/2003 Current Month
MITKI Homepage News memory and celebration of the great russian pianist. They provided Dr.zubkov a bunchof presents Russian rockidols Boris Grebentshikov and vyacheslav Butusov. http://www.kulichki.com/mitki/whatsnew.html
Extractions: Only short segments of the animations and videos are available on the web, but it is still plenty of fun. Dmitry Shagin and Eugene Zubkov have just returned from the Pilgrimage to the Holy Mt. Athos where unfortunately no other members of Mitki could join them. Dyusha and Kolya Bekh were there, plus some other friends. The group visited 7 monasteries and traveled extensively in the Monastery Republic of the Mount Athos. The group was headed by by Father Markell this time. Next year Mitki plan a trip to Constantinople and Holy places of Italy.
Extractions: Vyacheslav Zubkov is a prizewinner of many Ukrainian and International competitions. In 1992 he has a Third Prize Winner at the I International Competition of Young Pianists (Kharkov) and the First Prize Winner at Rachmaninov All-Ukrainian Competition (Herson). In 1997 Viacheslav Zubkov became a winner at the II International Competition for Young pianists in Memory of Vladimir Horowitz in Kiev and also received a Diploma at the I Governor Competition of Young Pianists (Saratov, Russia). He is a Scholar of the program "The New Names of Ukraine". Vyacheslav Zubkov has many concerts both in Ukraine and abroad. He has already performed in many countries all the world: Germany, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, Hungary, Croatia, Russia, Holland, and USA. In 1994 Viacheslav appeared with the orchestra on the stage of Concertgebau in Amsterdam and in 1997 he played at Carnegie Hall in New York. In 1998 he had a recital on the Festival in Bohum (Germany). In 2000 Viacheslav performed on the festival in Budapest (Hungary).
Concert Bortkewicz Piano Concerto, guest pianist vyacheslav zubkov, Rossini Overture to the Barber of Seville, Bruckner http://www.tcsymphony.org/concert.htm
Mersinet Zachary, Matthew New age pianist. Biography, audio samples the Polish pianist, news, links, covers. Zito, Tommy - Information, pictures, calendar and biography. zubkov, vyacheslav http://www.mersinet.co.uk/main.cgi?/Arts/Music/Instruments/Keyboard/Piano/Pianis
Ukrainian Daily Newspaper "The Day" David Duballe (US), pianist and music critic, appeared with a lecture conductor(his piano concerto was performed, starring vyacheslav zubkov, winner of the http://day.kiev.ua/DIGEST/2001/15/culture/cul1.htm
Extractions: MARIYA KIM KNOWS HOW TO SET HER MIND ON VICTORY DMYTRO ONYSHCHENKO, WINNER OF GOLD IN THE MEDIUM GROUP The Fourth Vladimir Horowitz International Contest of Young Pianists is over, after featuring performers in the medium and senior groups (68 contestants from eleven countries). 18 unforgettable days of a fascinating albeit very strained musical marathon. Head of the jury, composer Ivan Karabyts, is happy to note that the contests geography has expanded and its prestige increased. The Ukrainian piano school was very impressively represented, he stresses. Now we have a whole generation of young talents, students of the Lysenko and Gliere special music colleges and Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music. A MUSICIAN MUST SPEND A LIFETIME TO PROVE HE IS BEST This years competition was severe. In the second round the contestants had to show academic technical merits, playing classical pieces. 25 made it to the next round in the medium group (14-19 years of age) and 22 in the senior group (19- 33). The pianists demonstrated their enviable independence of performing clichÎs and an ability to balance emotions. Many performed the most sophisticated compositions, each lasting up to fifty minutes, all showing genuine skill. And the National Philharmonic audience remained packed throughout the contest. The regular listeners gradually singled out favorites and encouraged them in every way possible. Several dramatic events took place during the contest.
Results For Ukrainian 9 zubkov, vyacheslav Prizewinner of many Ukrainian and International competitions. 10Samoshko, Vitaly Ukrainian pianist. Biography, photos, and repertoire. http://www.xasa.com/directorio/search/Ukrainian/
The Music Dealers Network: Musicians/Keyboard Players Schembri , Brian pianist/conductor; page includes biograghy, reviews, photos,etc. 15) Review It Upgrade to Silver/Gold. zubkov, vyacheslav - Prizewinner of http://www.music-dealers.net/start/Musicians/Keyboard_Players/more6.html
Boheme Music CD Catalog double bass, Valeri Lyustrov saxophone, Sergei zubkov - tuba. jazz ensemble ledby classical-trained pianist and composer vyacheslav Artyomov Composer (Russia http://www.boheme.ru/eng/catalog/allstars.asp
Extractions: An experimental fluegelhorn player German Gerasimov became known as far back as the 1960s, though his most famous creation - a legendary chamber jazz group Kadans - was formed in the 1970s. Many leading Russian jazzmen had the schooling of Kadans. The group played in a unique style between jazz and modern chamber music which put it to the leading positions in Russian jazz. Kadans has long since ceased to exist though German Lukianov continues to play with his own smaller groups (mostly quartets and trios). Boheme Music" catalogue contains two Lukianov's CDs which are reissues of all four Kadans LPs of 80s. Apple Tea Brothers Mikhail (piano) and Andrei (double bass) Ivanov began to play jazz in 1980s in Rostov-on-Don. In 1992 the trio they played in won the first prize at a prestigious jazz competition in Belgium. The musicians stayed in Brussels where they worked as a home band of the best jazz club in town. After they have moved to Moscow, they compile jazz programs in several clubs and record intensively with various soloists of the Moscow jazz mainstream - Sergei Manukian, Svetlana Panova, Nora Ivanova, the sax players Igor Butman, Boris Kurganov and others. The "Boheme Music" catalogue contains three their CDs and two more are scheduled to appear. Modus This Moscow group was formed in 1992 under the name Lilac Orchestra. Now one of the best groups in Moscow's fusion and jazz rock community, Modus also uses elements of New Age and acid jazz. The group participated in the Jazz Kaar-97 festival (Tallinn and Tartu) which is the biggest jazz festival in the Baltic states. Their previous CDs were published by SNC (under the name Lilac Orchestra) and by RDM (under the name Modus). Members of the group are: Vladimir Ivanov - keyboard, Vladimir Volodin - percussion, Dmitri Kosinsky - double bass, Valeri Lyustrov - saxophone, Sergei Zubkov - tuba.
Tiscali - Search Translate this page recordings by the Polish pianist, news, links, covers. 167.Zito, Tommy Information,pictures, calendar and biography. 168.zubkov, vyacheslav Prizewinner of http://directory.tiscali.it/Arts/Music/Instruments/Keyboard/Piano/Pianists
Extractions: UK Piano duo; brief information only. Aleksander, Adam Polish/Canadian Classical pianist, includes brief biography and contact information. Alonso, Jose Ramon (b.1966) Spanish pianist's personal home page. Alvarez , Carmen Concert pianist born in Uruguay. Includes biography, sound bites, concert reviews, photos, etc. Archontides, P. B. Greek-Australian pianist. Includes biographical information press releases and upcoming events. Argerich, Martha (b.1941) Excerpts from a 1979 interview with Dean Elder; in-print discography; reviews. Aubin, Isabelle Brief information on the Canadian pianist with several links. Austbo, Hakon Homepage of the Norwegian pianist living in the Netherlands. Biography, repertoire, discography and upcoming concerts. Bakker, Johan Dutch pianist brings more than 35 original compositions for solo piano. With audio clips. Bates, Leon
¥345/I,III-VIII/Listings Band Jazz rock outfit led by pianist Kondakov performs the fine work of EugeniyaKatz, vyacheslav Mikhailov, Dmitry zubkov, Ivan Govorkov and Elena Gubanova. http://www.sptimes.ru/archive/times/344-345/listings.html
Extractions: [see addresses] Dates and times given in All About Town are correct at the time of publication. However, last-minute changes are not infrequent for live performances. If you plan to attend an event, you should verify dates and times using the telephone numbers at the end of each entry or in the address lists. Unless otherwise listed, stage events start at 7 p.m. stages Friday, March 6 opera Madame Butterfly (Cio-Cio-San) Puccini's tragic opera about an American soldier who leaves his Japanese wife, prompting her to kill herself. Elegant staging with scenes remarkably resembling the recent opera film. Mariinsky Theater of Opera and Ballet. 6:30 p.m. PREMIERE! Carmen Bizet's opera about Don Jose, who is caught between his love for the gypsy Carmen and the beautiful Micaela. Mussorgsky Theater of Opera and Ballet. See story, page II. Yevgeny Onegin Tchaikovsky's opera based on Pushkin's verse-tale. Tatyana, at first rejected by Onegin, refuses his confession of love when he returns after she has married the old Prince.