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Alexander Gavrylyuk is unfortunately indisposed and has had to withdraw from our Perth Piano Sunday concert on Sunday 13 October.

We have been very lucky indeed in finding a fantastic replacement in Vadym Kholodenko. He is currently performing Rachmaninov’s 3rd Piano Concerto with the RSNO and has agreed to stay on and offer the following programme:

Mozart Fantasia in c minor, K475
Beethoven 7 Bagatelles Op 33
Beethoven Rondo a capriccio Op 129
Tchaikovsky Piano Sonata in G major Op 37

An abbreviated biography follows and we look forward very much to his performance on Sunday.

Vadym Kholodenko won the 2013 Van Cliburn competition and is fast building a reputation as one of the most musically dynamic and technically gifted young pianists. Kholodenko has collaborated with distinguished conductors including Valery Gergiev, Leonard Slatkin, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Kirill Karabits, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Paul Daniel, Pinchas Zukerman, Yuri Bashmet, Vladimir Spivakov, Ion Marin and Kazuki Yamada. In 2013 he held a residency at the Mariinsky Concert Hall where Valery Gergiev named him Artist of the Month and recently requested him for concerto performances and recordings in Paris, Luxembourg and St Petersburg. In North America Kholodenko has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic and San Diego Symphony Orchestras, and toured with the Staatskapelle Weimar under Kirill Karabits. He has given recitals throughout the United States including in New York, Washington and Boston and at the Aspen Music Festival. His 2017 London debut with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra resulted in an immediate re-invitation whilst elsewhere in Europe he has recently worked with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitane, Orchestre Philharmonique de Luxembourg, Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Copenhagen Philharmonic, Prague Symphony Orchestra, RTVE Symphony Orchestra in Madrid and Orquesta Nacional de España. He has recently given solo recitals at the Vienna Konzerthaus, Wigmore Hall and LSO St Lukes in London, Liszt Academy Budapest, Radio France in Paris, Lucerne and at the SWR Schwetzingen Festspiele, La Roque d’Anthéron and Chopin Festival in Warsaw.

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