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16 JANUARY 2020, 7:30PM



Hailed by The Telegraph as “potentially one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century”, Yevgeny ​Sudbin makes a long-awaited return to Singapore with a one-night-only solo recital of some of his favourite music, including sonatas by Scarlatti, the resourceful and imaginative Gaspard de la nuit by Ravel, a selection of piano pieces by Tchaikovsky, and the Singapore première of Sudbin's own transcription of Tchaikovsky's gorgeously passionate fantasy overture to Romeo & Juliet. A spellbinding evening of virtuoso pianism not to be missed!



The Artist


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SCARLATTI - Four Keyboard Sonatas


TCHAIKOVSKY ARR. SUDBIN - Overture, Romeo and Juliet


TCHAIKOVSKY - Two Nocturnes


SCRIABIN - Nocturne for the Left Hand in D-flat major Op. 9 No. 2


RAVEL - Gaspard de la Nuit


(Programme subject to change at the artist’s discretion)

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“... potentially one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century” (The Telegraph)


“… one of the most important pianistic talents of our time” (International Record Review)

Yevgeny Sudbin has been hailed by The Telegraph as “potentially one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century”. As BIS Records’ only exclusive artist, all of Sudbin’s recordings have met with critical acclaim and are regularly featured as CD of the Month by BBC Music Magazine or Editor’s Choice by Gramophone. His Scriabin recording was awarded CD of the Year by The Telegraph and received the MIDEM Classical Award for Best Solo Instrument Recording at Cannes. It was described by Gramophone as “a disc in a million” while the International Record Review stated that Sudbin’s Rachmaninov recording “confirms him as one of the most important pianistic talents of our time”. His 10th anniversary disc of Scarlatti Sonatas was received with equal rapture and not only hit No. 1 in the Classical Music Charts but was also nominated for the Gramophone Classical Music Award. Sudbin was also nominated as Gramophone Artist of the Year in 2016.

Highly praised as a concert soloist — with The Telegraph describing his performance of Rachmaninov's Concerto No. 1 at the BBC Proms as ‘sublime’ — Sudbin has worked in recent seasons with the Philharmonia, Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, as well as Minnesota Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic, Luzerner Sinfonieorchester, Czech Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, National Center for the Performing Arts Orchestra and many others. He also performs regularly in many of the world's finest venues and concert series including the Queen Elizabeth Hall (International Piano Series); Tonhalle Zurich; Royal Festival Hall; Concertgebouw (Meesterpianisten, Amsterdam); Avery Fisher Hall (New York) and Davies Symphony Hall (San Francisco).

Sudbin has collaborated with some of the world’s most influential conductors, such as Neeme Järvi, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Osmo Vänskä, Hannu Lintu, Tugan Sokhiev, Mark Wigglesworth, Andrew Litton, Dmitri Slobodeniouk and Vassily Sinaisky. In addition, his love of chamber music has led him to collaborate with many musicians including Alexander Chaushian, Ilya Gringolts, Hilary Hahn, Julia Fischer, the Chilingirian Quartet, Johannes Moser, Vadim Gluzman and many others. Appearances at festivals in the past have included Aspen, Mostly Mozart, Tivoli, Nohant, La Roque d'Antheron, Menton and Verbier.


Highlights of his 19/20 season include recitals at the Queen Elizabeth Hall as part of the International Piano Series (London), Salle Gaveau as part of the Concerts de Monsieur Croche series (Paris), Berlin Piano Festival (Berlin), Serate Musicali (Milan) and Lofoten Piano Festival (Kabelvåg). Furthermore, he will work with various orchestras throughout the season, including a return visit to the BBC National Orchestra of Wales for 2 concertos and debuts with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra.


Sudbin was born in St Petersburg in 1980 and began his musical studies at the Specialist Music School of the St Petersburg Conservatory with Lyubov Pevsner at the age of 5. He emigrated with his family to Germany in 1990 where he continued his studies at Hanns Eisler Musikhochschule (Galina Ivanzova). In 1997 Sudbin moved to London to study at the Purcell School and subsequently the Royal Academy of Music where he completed his Bachelor and Masters degrees under Christopher Elton. He was supported by the Hattori and Pulvermacher Foundations as well as The Wall Trust, of which he is now Vice President. In 2010, he was awarded a Fellowship by Academy and is now a Visiting Professor.


Sudbin lives in London with his wife and three young children and, in his spare time, he is an avid photographer.

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