About Evgeny Sinaisky
Evgeny Sinaiski comes from an acclaimed musical family and is a pianist who has dedicated his life to chamber performance and teaching, absorbing the traditions of both the Russian and western European schools. Though young, Evgeny Sinaiski is an experienced teacher. In his career as a mentor he naturally combines the classical teaching traditions of St Petersburg with a contemporary approach to performance practice. His students include prize-winners at local and international chamber music competitions.
Evgeny Sinaiski has won prizes at numerous international competitions, among them the Young Pianists’ Competition (Riga, 1984), the International Chamber Ensembles’ Competition (Heerlen, Netherlands, 1995), the International Dmitry Shostakovich Chamber Ensembles’ Competition (Hanover, Germany, 1997) and the ARD International Chamber Ensembles’ Competition (Munich, Germany, 1998). He has received diplomas as best accompanist at international competitions in Poznań and Wrocław (Poland, 2004 and 2006) and trainee prizes at the Prussia Cove international festival (Great Britain, 2006) and the Prague Conservatoire (2008).
Evgeny Sinaiski frequently appears in concerts as a soloist, ensemble-player and accompanist. He has performed at the Great and Small Halls of the St Petersburg Philharmonic, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire and the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall (Moscow), the Musikverein and the Konzerthaus (Vienna), the Große Saal of the Mozarteum (Salzburg), the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), the Alte Oper (Frankfurt), the Herkulessaal (Munich), the Palais des Beaux-Arts (Brussels) and various concert halls in the USA, Italy and Great Britain. Evgeny Sinaiski has performed with such acclaimed ensembles as the Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, the Latvian Chamber Orchestra and the Symphony Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre (Minsk). Since 1996 Sinaiski has been a key participant at the Summer School Marktoberdorf (Germany), and since 2000 he has been a permanent concertmaster at the International Summer Academy of the Mozarteum (Salzburg).