Fresh from highly successful performances with Belgrade Philharmonic, as well as his critically acclaimed debut with the Czech Philharmonic, this week sees Alexander Gavrylyuk embark on a tour of the US & Canada. Performing a total of eight concerts, Alexander will give both concerto performances as well as solo recitals.
With the Naples Philharmonic and Rossen Milanov at Hayes Hall tonight and tomorrow, he will perform Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 1. You can find more information here.
Alexander then goes on to give two solo recitals in Miami as part of the Miami International Piano Festival. Giving his first recital on Sunday 6 May, he will perform a programme of works by Bach, Haydn, Chopin, Scriabin and Rachmaninov. Alexander will then give his second performance at the Festival’s Grand Finale on Sunday 13 May with the evening’s programme to include works by Rachmaninov, Mozart and Mendelssohn.
On Wednesday 16 May, he will be on stage at the Vancouver Play House to give a solo recital before heading to San Francisco, where he will give a number of performances across the San Francisco Bay area: at the Lesher Center for the Arts (19 May), Herbst Theater (20 May), and Palo Alto (21 May).
Highlights for the remainder of this season include chamber recitals with Janine Jansen and Sol Gabetta, as well as returning to Musica Mundi.