Alexei Grots

Alexei Grots

Alexei Grots

Born in 1988 in Moscow.
Studied at Moscow State Concervatory Academical Music College with Prof.Mag. Vera Khoroschina, graduated in 2007.

In 2012 graduated with honors from Department for Historic and Contemporary Performance of Moscow State Conservatory, having studied with Prof. Alexei Lubimov (piano), Prof. Mag. Yuri Martynov (historic keyboards), Prof. Konstantin Bataschov (composition). Now continues his education at Mozarteum University Salzburg with Jacques Rouvier (piano) and, as a postgraduate student, with Alexei Lubimov (piano and historic instruments).

Laureat of Young Musicians Festival “Festos” (2005, 2006).
Winner of the 1st prize at X Nikolai Rubinstein International Piano Competition (2010).

Participant of international festivals and masterclasses:
Klavier Festival Ruhr (2008) – Essen;
Festival for Contemporary Music – Baku (2008); Sanct-Hallen Festival (2008);

International seminar and masterclass held by Arnold Schoenberg Center – Vienna (2009).

Participated in Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival 2011 performing his own transcription of ‘Wozzeck’ for piano and string quintet (now available at Universal Edition),and Schoenberg’s ‘Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte’ with members of aron quartet (Austria).

During recents years, performed with Alexei Lubimov in several projects dedicated to works of Schoenberg, Schubert, Berg and Ustvolskaya. Together with A. Lubimov recorded a disc with four-hand compositions of Franz Schubert.

Alexei is in the team of the Young Artists of the Accademia Europea Villa Bossi in Bodio – Varese, Italy.


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