Sunday, January 19, 2014

One of Russia's Finest Young Pianists


 Andrey Gugnin

Only in Pattaya

“Gugnin exemplified pianism at its highest level, with his staggering technical prowess and musical sensitivity” – San Francisco Classical Voice

“Underlying his brilliant interpretive quality was a technical precision that was breathtaking”– Bermuda Royal Gazette

“...when the performance was delivered with such conviction and astounding virtuosity it was nothing short of sensational” – Bangkok Post

Two Contrasting Programs at Eelswamp

1. Sunday 2nd March at 5pm and, by popular demand, Tuesday 4th March, 6pm
Beethoven: Four Famous Sonatas: Moonlight, Pathetique, Appassionata and Waldstein 

2. Wednesday 5th March at 6pm
Russian Program: Rachmaninov Preludes op. 32; Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition and Prokofiev Toccata from the Seventh Sonata.

Andrey Gugnin is a graduate of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. He won second prize in the Beethoven Piano Competition in Vienna in June last year. He is one of the finest young pianists in Russia. He performs piano duets regularly with Vadym Kholodenko, winner of 2013 Van Cliburn Competition. He has performed in fifteen countries around the world, including as a soloist with the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.

We are very fortunate to have this talented pianist visit us in Pattaya.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear one of Russia's finest young pianists in two separate programs at Eelswamp.

Tickets: 1,200 baht for one recital, 2,000 baht for both. Tickets limited to 30 per event. Don't delay: All previous events at Eelswamp have sold out within a few days of announcement.

Reservation: Email or call 038 069681 office hours. Due to limited number of places payment must be received before the day. If you are unable to attend we will make our best effort to sell your place but cannot offer a refund. Location: 

Directions to Eelswamp: can be found at the bottom of this page of this blog entry: 

Youtube playlist comprising the performance at Siam Bayshore, both performances at Eelswamp and two interviews.