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" A bright, emotional, powerful pianist. Along with these mighty qualities he does not lose exquisite, soulful lyricism. His style resembles that of Sergei Rachmaninoff. Alexander is captured by Rachmaninoff's ideas, feels and understands them perfectly. Sinchuk leaves the impression of an intellectual pianist" Yuri Danilin, "Literaturnaya Gazeta" "Alexander Sinchuk is an outstanding pianist with an extremely sincere, trustworthy and expressive manner of performance. This pianist is of an innate kind, he is great at phrasing and listening to the "silence of a sound", he feels the moment of contemplation perfectly. careful yet with a creative attitude to the text of an author" Alexander Merkulov, Professor of the Moscow State Conservatory "Alexander Sinchuk is a bright new phenomenon in a modern musical world. He is able to carry on an intimate conversation with a listener. His bold and possessive pianism is distinguished by a particular, refined sound, vivid sparkling, characteristic sharp metric pulse and elegant virtuosity, able to convert into purely yet impulsive playing." Ludmila Osipova, "Radio of Russia" The rise in Alexander Sinchuk's career began following his first prize victory at the Fourth International Sergei Rachmaninoff Competition (Moscow 2008), after which the nineteen-year-old pianist performed a solo recital at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Today Alexander Sinchuk's concerts take place in Moscow, throughout Russia and abroad - Ukraine, Serbia, Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Germany, Austria, Great Britain, Portugal, France, Denmark, Luxembourg, Israel, Morocco and the United States. Alexander Sinchuk was born on 27 July 1988 in the town of Nakhodka, Primorsky Krai in Russia. He started to study music at the age of seven in the School of Arts of Bolshoy Kamen, Primorsky Krai. Alexander's first teacher was Elena Kulikova. Beginning from 2000, Alexander continued his education with the Merited Artist of Russia, Professor of Far Eastern Academy of Arts, Isolda Zemskova (Vladivostok). While studying in Vladivostok, the young pianist gave solo concerts in cities of the Far East, Japan, and Korea. Alexander attended the Xth International Summer Art School "New Names" master classes in Suzdal (Russia) in August 2002, where he studied in the class of the People's Artist of Russia, professor of the Moscow State Conservatory, Naum Shtarkman. In September 2002, Alexander Sinchuk was accepted to the Central Music School of the Moscow State Conservatory P. I. Tchaikovsky in the class of the Merited Cultural Worker, Nina Makarova. Alexander attended International master classes held by Professor of Basel Academy of Music, Rudolf Buchbinder in July 2005 in Zurich. Alexander Sinchuk completed the Central Music School cum laude and continued his education in the Moscow State Conservatory P. I. Tchaikovsky in the class of the Merited Artist of Russia, Professor Valery Pyasetsky. He graduated from the Moscow Conservatory cum laude in 2011 and has since entered post graduate school. The pianist improved his skills in master classes held by Professor Dmitri Bashkirov in the same year. In 2012 Alexander was accepted into the Artist Diploma program - the most prestigious performance program offered at the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles in the class of Professor Daniel Pollack. Alexander Sinchuk is a laureate of various Russian and international piano competitions and funds scholarship holder: II International Young Pianists Competition, First Prize Laureate (2002 - Vladivostok, Russia) V Maria Yudina International Compe-tition, First Prize Diploma (2003 - St. Petersburg, Russia) II All-Russian Young Musicians Open Competition "New Names", Diploma of the Prize-Winner (2004 - Hanty-Mansyisk). International Competition "Art of I century", Grand Prize (2004 - Kiev, Ukraine) VI International K. Igumnov Young Pianists Competition, Grand Prize (2006 - Lipetsk) 2003-2006 - Scholarship holder of the Regional Charity Fund "Performance Art of Russia" 2002, 2004 - Scholarship holder of President's programme "Young Talents" 2005-2008 - Scholarship holder of Vladimir Spivakov's International Charity Fund IV Rachmaninoff International Competition, First Prize Laureate (2008 Moscow), Diploma for the best performance of monographic programme containing Rachmaninoff's pieces, special award of Rachmaninoff Society - solo concert in Carnegie Hall, New York (February 2009). IX International Competition for Young Pianists in memory of Vladimir Horowitz, First Prize Laureate, Gold medal (2012 - Kiev, Ukraine) International Competition "Nuits Europeennes du Piano", First Prize Laureate (2012 - Luxembourg) 6th Prix Du Piano Interlaken Classics, Grand Prize (2013 - Berne, Switzerland) XIII International Music Competition in Morocco, Second Prize, Audience Award and the Orchestra Award (2013 - Rabat /Casablanca) Being the scholarship holder of Vladimir Spivakov's International Charity Fund, the young musician has performed extensively in Russia and abroad (Italy, Israel, Serbia, Bulgaria), among which there were recitals and concerts with the National Philharmonic Orchestra headed by Maestro Spivakov and Symphony Orchestra of Raanana, headed by Maestro Nir Cabaretti. From January through March 2010 Alexander Sinchuk gave 37 concerts together with the Moscow Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra in a large tour around the United States (Directors - Alexey Kornienko, Robert Cole). Alexander Sinchuk has also been performing with numerous Russian and foreign symphonic and chamber orchestras and played together with the most prominent conductors such as Vladimir Spivakov, Valery Gergiev, Dmitri Jurowski, Dmitry Vasiliev, Fabio Mastrangelo, Valery Poliansky, Maxim Eshkenazi, Djordje Pavlovic, Howard Griffiths etc. The pianist is a frequent guest of classical music international festivals. Alexander has performed in a number of chamber concerts together with the baritone soloist of Hamburg National Opera, Pavel Baransky. In 2009 Vista Vera company issued the CD "Romances, Sergey Rachmaninoff" by Pavel Baransky and Alexander Sinchuk.

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