Instrumentalist - Piano | North American Representation

Yevgeny Sudbin has been hailed by London’s Daily Telegraph as “potentially one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century.” He has appeared with distinguished conductors and symphony orchestras throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand including London Philharmonic, BBC Philharmonic and BBC Scottish orchestras, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Singapore Symphony, Bergen, Czech and Warsaw philharmonics, Budapest, Belgium and Tampere philharmonic orchestras and the European Union Orchestra. In the US, he has appeared with the symphony orchestras of Atlanta, Seattle, San Francisco, Utah, New Jersey, Indianapolis, Kansas City and the Vancouver Symphony in Canada. In 2015, he made his Chicago debut as soloist at the opening concert of the Grant Park Music Festival, performing Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with Music Director, Carlos Kalmar. In the 2015-16 season he performs Beethoven’s Concerto No. 1 with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and with Osmo Vänskä at the Tapiola Festival. He also performs all Beethoven concerti with Vänskä and the Minnesota Orchestra, and has engagements in France, with L’Orchestre de Lyon under Leonard Slatkin.


Posted: Sep-18-2015
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Pianist Yevgeny Sudbin's album of Scriabin and Medtner Piano Concertos is featured in BBC Music Magazine as a 'Concerto Choice' for February 2015. 

Posted: Mar-10-2015
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"The three pieces by visionary Russian composer Alexander Scriabin were full of titanic virtuoso gestures and luscious moments where the melody floated on a sea of harmonic colour."

— The Telegraph (UK)
Posted: May-14-2015
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Sudbin’s recordings of Medtner’s first and second piano concertos (BIS1588 and BIS1728) were widely admired, with the first disc nominated for a Gramophone Award and the second being dubbed an “Essential Recording” in BBC Music Magazine.

His recordings of Scriabin have similarly garnered universal acclaim. The liner notes, written by Sudbin, state with conviction that both concertos are “absolute masterworks – unjustly underperformed and constantly underappreciated”.

With great empathy for, and insights into each composer. Yevgeny Sudbin takes on the great challenges – musical as well as technical – posed by the two works, with the eminent support of the Bergen Philharmonic and their chief conductor Andrew Litton.

Posted: Jan-5-2015
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Posted: Sep-10-2014