Kiev-born pianist Alexei Grynyuk displayed tremendous interest in music from his early childhood and started performing at the age of six.
As a thirteen-year-old he was already appearing with Ukrainian orchestras playing Chopin and Mozart piano concertos as well as winning international prizes including the first prize at the very last All-Soviet-Union piano competition in Moscow named after Sergei Diaghilev.
This year Alexei Grynyuk embarked on a massive 27-concert concerto tour of the United States performing Schumann and Prokofiev 3rd piano concertos with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine as well as giving a piano trio New York debut at the 92y Kauffman Hall with his regular trio partners Nicola Benedetti and Leonard Elschenbroich.
Future engagements include solo debut at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland and performing Beethoven's Choral Phantasy for the first time with the Kiev Philharmonic.
Apart from his solo work Alexei Grynyuk is a keen chamber Musician and is a member of the celebrated piano trio with his regular partners Nicola Benedetti and Leonard Elschenbroich. Their past performances included such venues as Concert Gebouw in Amsterdam and Royal Albert Hall in London as well as international music festivals, such as Cheltenham Festival in England and Ravinia Festival in the United States.
Occasionally Alexei Grynyuk serves as a jury member at iternational competitions. Past adjudications included Benjamin Britten International Violin Competition and Mykola Lysenko National piano Competition.
Alexei Grynyuk is invited to be on the panel of the prestigious Vendome Prize International Piano Competition known for its support of young extraordinary talents.
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