Grand Piano Masters · The Legend Of Dombra
The Legend of Dombra
Amir Tebenikhin plays
Schubert, Prokofjew, Mendygaliev & Schumann
Concert Grand Piano D 280 by C. Bechstein
A concert recording from Bad Homburg Castle
HD Recording · DDD · c. 60 Minutes
mir Tebenikhin was born in 1977 in Kasachstan. He studied with Mikhail Voskressensky at the Tschaikovsky Konservatorium in Moscow and with Karl-Heinz Kämmerling in Hanover. During his young career Mr. Tebenikhin has already won many international awards, like the 1st prize at the "Vianna da Motta" Competition (Portugal) and awards at the Reine Elisabeth Competition in Brussels, the International Piano Competition Glasgow, at the 1st International Piano Competition in Panama City and the 1st Internationalen Carl Bechstein Piano Competition-Ruhr. Beside concert performances as a guest at famous festivals all over Europe, he played for example in the Carnegie Hall (NY), the Wigmore Hall (London) and Salle Pleyel in Paris. As a soloist he toured worldwide with the Orchestre National de Belgique, the Moscow Virtuosos, the BBC Scottish Symphonie Orchestra, the Sendai Symphonie Orchestra (Japan), the Kazakh State Symphonie Orchestra, the Shanghai Symphonie Orchestra etc.
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