1st prize Tchaikovsky Piano Competition for Young Musicians
1st Prize International Scriabin Competition, Moscow
Awarded the Queen Elizabeth Rosebowl
Sunday March 19th, 6pm
Beethoven Sonata no.31 op.110
Schumann from Fantasiestücke op.12 nos. 1, 2, 3, 5
Scriabin Sonata no.4
Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition
Andrei Korobeinikov is one of the most famous young pianists in Russia. "His tickets sell out within two hours of being announced," said a lady sitting behind me at the Tchaikovsky Competition.
He is only the second person after Rachmaninov to have graduated from Moscow Conservatory with honours at the age of 19. He holds a law degree. He has won many prizes and has played in more than forty countries with top orchestras. He is much in demand and it is a great privilege for us to have him perform at Eelswamp. His full biography is well worth reading.
Reservations: 1,200 baht per person
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 038 069681 office hours. Due to limited number of places payment must be received before the day.
Tickets: No tickets will be issued for concerts. Admission to the music room on the day of the concert will be in accordance with the sequence of receipt of payment (ie, who pays first goes in first and may select their desired seat).
Etiquette: The music room is only 72 square meters. Audience sounds and flashing phone screens are distracting. You must sit still, put your phone away and stifle coughing as much as possible. Fishing for sweets or other objects in your handbag is strictly prohibited.
No photos allowed during the main performance. But photos may be taken during encore. Please do not upload videos to Youtube.