Highly acclaimed Ukrainian pianist, Oleg Poliansky will make his highly anticipated Australian debut with Violin Virtuoso Attilla Sautov and Cello Virtuoso Renat Yusupov performing at Maleny Uniting Church, 1284 Landsborough - Maleny Road, Maleny on Friday 28 November at 7 pm.
Their explosive virtuosity will astonish with masterpieces by Schubert, Beethoven, Paganini, Tchaikovsky, Gypsy Air Czardas by Monti, Chopin and Debussy.
Attilla Sautov was born in Uzbekistan in May 1977. He began to play the violin at the age of four and made rapid progress. He was taught initially by his father. At the age of five he played his first recital, and by six had completed his first concert performance playing the Vivaldi and Bach Concertos. Attilla has been successful in many international competitions. In 1989 he was winner of the Stolyarsky Pan-Soviet violin competition held in Odessa, followed by the Dvarionas competition in Latvia and 1994 in the China International Competition. Since then, his career has included performances on all continents, with all the major orchestras and with many leading chamber musicians. He performed the Paganini and Bruch concertos at the International Music Festival in Ukraine. Attilla has been a member and concertmaster of several orchestras in Europe.
In 2000 he performed with Philharmonic of Nations, in Budapest, Kiev, Moscow, China, Beirut, Czechoslovakia, and Poland. From 2002 – 2005 he was the Concertmaster of the Cologne New Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, performing with it in Gibraltar, Spain, Andorra, France, Belgium, Canada, England, Denmark, Norway, Germany and Australia. In 2005, he gave several performances of Paganini’s Violin Concerto No.2 at venues around Europe in Conservatoire de Luxembourg, The Schauspielhaus – Berlin Concert Hall, Cologne Philharmonic Hall, Dusseldorf Philharmonic Tonhalle, Philharmonic Hamburg, Munich Philharmonic. Attilla Sautov has played on every continent and in over 40 countries. He has performed in some of the world’s most prestigious venues, including: National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Sydney Opera House Australia, Hong Kong Arts Centre, and the Centre Colon in Madrid, Spain and many other concert halls in France. He has also appeared in many music festivals. In 2006 Attilla performed Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons in the Sydney Opera House and other concert venues around Australia.
In 2009 – 2011, Organized three Rising Young Stars Concert of 17 extraordinary child proteges in Mueller Performing Arts Centre. Some of these stars have performed in Australia’s Got Talent 2010 series, and in Carnegie Hall in New York. These concerts showcased Australian young performers, and is consistent with Attilla’s objective of attracting potential musicians and to stimulate a love of string orchestras and music in an appreciative adult population. In 2011-2012, Attilla toured in QLD, NSW and WA and performed in many regional centres. Attilla plays on an 1812 French violin made by Nicola Lupot of Paris.
Oleg Born in Kiev, Ukraine, in 1968, Poliansky began studying the piano at the Lysenko Music School (Kiev). He has since been credited with a long list of accolades, having won multiple international piano competitions, including the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (Russia) the World Piano Competition in Cincinnati (USA) and Citta di Cantu (Italy). He has also made appearances at some of the largest international concert arenas and performed as soloist with highly regarded orchestras such as The Moscow Soloists, The Moscow Symphony Orchestra, The National Symphony of Ukraine, Budapest Strings, The National Orchestra of Malta and The KBS National Radio Orchestra of Korea.
Highly acclaimed by public and music critics, Poliansky has also been a regular guest at numerous international festivals, has performed with many well-known artists such as Pavel Gililov, Mayu Kishima, Natasha Korsakova, Erik Schumann and Dmitri Sitkovetski, and has produced numerous professional recordings for Russian and German broadcasting companies.
Poliansky currently resides in Cologne, Germany where he holds the academic position of Associate Professor for Major Piano at The Cologne University of Music, Europe's largest music academy.
Renat Yusupov studied cello at the class of Professor Bukin N.A. at the state Conservatorium of Uzbekistan. Between 1992 and 1999 he worked as the assistant principal cellist of The National Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan and concertmaster of the State Conservatorium. Renat migrated to Australia in November 1999 from St. Petersburg Russia were he worked at the St. Petersburg orchestra as an assistant principal cellist. Since moving to Sydney, on many occasions he performed as a soloist with the community orchestras. Renat also worked as a cello teacher in a number of schools in Sydney such as The Australian Institute of Music, Ascham school for Girls and St. Patrick’s College, Strathfield. Currently Renat teaches at Mueller College.
Tickets also available one hour before the concert from 6 pm
Attilla Sautov Trio Recital
Maleny Uniting Church, 1284 Landsborough, Maleny Road, Maleny
Friday 28th of November 2014
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