Piano Andrei Korobeinikov


“Less was certainly more in this Russian´s hands”
(Charles Lonberger, Beverly Hills Outlook, June 2005)
“In fact he plays extremely well”
(David Murray, the Financial Times, January 2006)
“Outstanding young prodigy of today”
(David Mellor, the Mail on Sunday, February 2007)
“As per the cancellation of Ivo Pegorelich, it gave the audience a possibility to hear what most think one of the best concerts of 2006 Festival, the recital of a young Russian Andreï Korobeinikov”.
(Le Monde, 16th August 2006)
Andrei Korobeinikov was born in Moscow in 1986. This young pianist performed in more than 20 countries all over the world and was rewarded more than 20 prizes in national and international competitions among them Alexander Scriabin International Piano Competition and Rachmaninov Piano Competition in Los Angeles in 2005 where he received a special public prize.
At the age of 19, he graduated with honors from the Moscow Conservatory (class of Andrei Diev). Thanks to G. & J. Simmonds Scholarship, he pursued his studies at the Royal College of Music in London in the class of Prof. Vanessa Latarche.
In 2006, Andrei Korobeinikov made his debut in France at the Festival “La Roque d´Anthéron” which brought him to the “Folle Journée” in Nantes, Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro. In 2007, he performed in London Rachmaninov piano concerto n°2 with the conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy. Being regularly invited over the world, he appeared at the Festival of Radio France Montpellier, Festival International de Piano de La Roque d´Anthéron, Auditorium du Louvre in Paris, Wigmore Hall and Chipping Campden in London, Big Hall of Moscow Conservatory.. to be coming the Washington Performing Arts Center, Festival de Gstaadt…
In Chamber Music, he plays with distinguished musicians like Boris Berezovski, Alexander Kniazev, Dmitri Makhtin, Henri Demarquette..
This exceptional pianist also graduated at the age of 17 from the Law European University of Moscow. He is also very keen in composition and his works were performed in several recitals.
In 2008, he has recorded for Mirare/Harmonia Mundi a CD devoted to Scriabin. The next one will come out beginning of 2009 with a selection of Beethoven Sonatas and Bagatelles.