Monday, 16 October
Kolarac Hall at 8 PM
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Sonata in F minor, К. 332;
Ludwig van Beethoven – Sonata in C minor, Op. 13 “Pathetic”;  
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky – Dumka, Russian rustic scene in C minor, Op. 59;
Sergei Rachmaninoff – Etudes tableaux, Op. 39
Ticket prices: 900, 1200

As a student of the Central Music School, Alexander Sinchuk began performing extensively throughout Russia as well as abroad. While a student of the Moscow Conservatory under the mentorship of Professor Valery Piasetski, an Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Alexander Sinchuk became a laureate of many prestigious piano competitions. Among others there are the First Prize at the IV Rachmaninoff International Competition in Moscow and the Gold medal at the IX International Competition for Young Pianists in memory of Vladimir Horowitz in Kiev.
In February 2009, as a winner of Rachmaninoff International Competition Alexander Sinchuk successfully debuted at the Carnegie Hall (New York).
Nowadays Alexander Sinchuk's performances are held in the best concert halls throughout Russia, such as the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Svetlanov Hall in the Moscow International House of Music, at the Concert Hall of the Mariinski Theater and abroad: in Serbia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Italy, Spain, Austria, Germany, France, Denmark, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Israel, USA, Morocco, Puerto Rico, Turkey, China, South Korea...
Alexander Sinchuk is the guest of many festivals of classical music such as Mariinsky International Piano Festival in St.Petersburg, Ohrid Summer Festival (Macedonia), Moscow Youth Music Festival in Moscow, Piano Follies (France), China International Piano Festival, Bratislava Music Festival (Slovakia), European Music Festival (Bulgaria) and others.
In February 2017, Alexander Sinchuk took part in the ceremony of closing the Third CISM World Games in Sochi.
The pianist Alexander Sinchuk cooperates with many Russian and international symphony orchestras, including Mariinsky Orchestra, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, Moscow City Symphony “Russian Philharmonic”, Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt, Sofia National Philharmonic Orchestra, and performs with numerous renowned conductors such as Vladimir Spivakov, Dmitry Jurowski, Valery Gergiev, Vyacheslav Redia, Dmitry Vasiliev, Felix Korobov, Fabio Mastrangelo, Nikolai Djadjura, Aleksej Kornienko, Anatoly Levin, Valery Polanski, Maxim Eshkenazy, Urosh Layovic, Howard Griffiths etc.
Since 2014 Alexander Sinchuk  has been engaged in pedagogical work. In 2015, he began working as an assistant professor at the at the Moscow State Conservatory. He often gives master classes in Europe, America and Asia.
The solo album of Alexander Sinchuk containing masterpieces of Russian composers (Tchaikovsky, Scriabin, Rachmaninoff), was recorded at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory and released by Classical Records in 2014.

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