LNSO SEASON OPENING CONCERT
25.09.15LNSO, The Great Guild
A cold winter’s day in Saint Petersburg inspired Ādolfs Ābele to compose Vīzija (Vision). His contemporaries reveal that the composer […]
Andrei Korobeinikov was fortunate and honoured to perform concerts with such amazing conductors as Temirkanov, Slatkin, Ashkenazy, Iván Fischer, Vedernikov, Thierry Fischer, Dmitri Jurowski, Vladimir Ziva, Dmitri Liss, Mikhail Pletnev a. o.
Andrei feels himself as a soloist, but also adores performing chamber music recitals, especially with such miraculous artists as violinists Vadim Repin, Regis Pasquier, Alina Ibragimova, cellists Alexander Kniazev, Henri Demarquette, Borodin Quartet, Vanbrugh Quartet, pianists Boris Berezovsky, Frank Braley. He has performed Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with Tine Thing Helseth, Sergei Nakariakov, David Guerrier, Mikhail Gaiduk, and also collaborated for Skryabin’s Prometheus with the St Petersburg State Capella Choir.
Among other orchestras, Andrei has had pleasure to perform with the Philharmonia Orchestra, NHK Symphony Orchestra, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Czezh Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestre National de France, Sinfonia Varsovia, Camerata Bern, St Peterburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Koncertzaus Berlin Orchestra a. o.
Andrei has performed at such festivals as La Roque d’Antheron, Festival de Radio France et Montpellier, Festival de musique de Menton and La Folle Journée, Klarafestival, Sommets musicaux de Gstaad, White Nights, Art-November, and many others. His performances were broadcast by TV channels Arte, Mezzo, Kultura, and by such radios as BBC 3, France Musique, NDR Kultur.
Andrei Korobeinikov (1986) began to play the piano in 1991. In 2001 he entered the Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire (in the class of Andrei Diev), where he graduated with honors in June of 2006, having received 5+ for the final state examination of piano recital. Therefore, graduating from the Moscow Conservatoire with honors at the age of 19, Andrei repeated Serge Rachmaninoff’s unique achievement of 1892.
In 2006 Andrei Korobeinikov won a scholarship to study at the Royal College of Music in London and entered the postgraduate course in the class of Vanessa Latarche. In 2008 Andrei has graduated with honors from the Royal College of Music in London and was awarded a special prize: the Queen Elisabeth Rosebowl.
At the same time, in 1998 (at the age of 12) Andrei entered the law faculty of the European Law University in Moscow, where he has graduated with honours in 2003 as a lawyer specialized in civil law.