2018 Bachauer Bronze Medalist Sergey Belyavskiy has won acclaim for his extraordinary technical abilities, mature musicality, and high professionalism. Born in Moscow in 1993 into a family of musicians, he started playing piano at 5 and since then has dedicated his life to music. He performed his debut solo recital at age 10 and first performed with orchestra at age 11. Since then, his concerts have spanned the globe, with performances in 28 different countries.
He has performed as a soloist with internationally acclaimed symphony orchestras including the Russian National Orchestra, the Russia Chamber Orchestra, the Georgian Chamber Orchestra, the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, the Szeged Symphony Orchestra (Hungary); the Budapest Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Kazakhstan State Symphony Orchestra, the Kharkiv Philharmonic Orchestra, Lviv Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Simfonica del Valles, Philarmonie der Nationen, the Utah Symphony Orchestra, the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, and the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra.
Mr. Belyavsky is a prize winner of numerous competitions, including Gina Bachauer International Artists Competition, 4th Asia pacific international Fryderyk Chopin Piano competition, Sydney International Piano Competition, Liszt Ferenc international Piano Competition, eMuse online Music competition, Maria Canals international Music competition, and Almaty International Piano Competition.
He graduated with honors from the famed Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory in 2016, studied for one year in Tel Aviv, and is currently honing the mastery of his art at the Kalaidos Musikhochschule in Switzerland.
Sergey Belyavsky has released three solo CDs, including his recent recording of Chopin’s 24 Etudes.
Fantasy in C Major, D. 760 (Wanderer)
from Die schöne Müllerin
Der Muller und der Bach
Transcendental Etude No. 5 in B-flat Major (Feux follets)
Transcendental Etude No. 8 in C Minor (Wilde Jagd)
Tarantella from Venezia e Napoli, Années de pèlerinage II
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 9 in E-flat Major (Carnival in Pest)