Stanislav Khristenko

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Stanislav Khristenko
Born (1984-05-25) May 25, 1984 (age 35)
Kharkiv, Ukraine (formerly: USSR)
GenresClassical
Occupation(s)Pianist
InstrumentsPiano
Websitekhristenko.com

Stanislav Khristenko (Ukrainian: Станiслав Христенко); born May 25, 1984 in Kharkov, Ukraine is a Ukrainian-American concert pianist.

Life[edit]

Stanislav Khristenko was born in Kharkiv, Ukraine in Ukrainian-Jewish family and started taking piano lessons at the age of 7. He got his professional training at Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and Cleveland Institute of Music.

Career[edit]

In 2010 Khristenko made his Vienna Konzerthaus debut and released Ernest Krenek Works CD on Oehms Classics [1]

In 2013 Stanislav Khristenko won Maria Canals International Music Competition,[2] Cleveland Piano Competition [3] and Fourth prize at the Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition [4]

In 2014 Khristenko made his Debut in Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall [5] and released his album "Fantasies" on Steinway recording label [6]

In February 2015 Stanislav Khristenko has officially been added to the roster of Steinway Artists.[7] In summer 2015 he also debuted at Ravinia Festival [8] and released First Volume of Ernst Krenek Works on Toccata Classics[9]

Recordings[edit]

2015 – Toccata Classics -Ernst Krenek: Piano Music Volume One

2014 - Steinway & Sons Label-– Fantasies

2013 – Queen Elisabeth Competition Winners CD

2012 – Oehms Classics – Ernst Krenek Piano Works

Awards[edit]

2013

Cleveland International Piano Competition (USA, I prize)

Queen Elizabeth Competition (Belgium, IV prize)

Maria Canals International Music Competition (Spain, I prize)

2012

Parnassos International Piano Competition (Mexico, I prize)

UNISA International Piano Competition (South Africa, III prize)

2011

V Campillos International Piano Competition (Spain, I prize)

Almaty International Piano Competition (Kazakhstan, I prize)

2010

"Citta di Cantu" International Competition for Piano and Orchestra (Italy, I prize & Grand Prix)

Jose Iturbi International Piano Competition (Los Angeles, CA, USA, I prize)

2009

Bosendorfer International Piano Competition (Tempe, AZ, I prize)

Virginia Waring International Piano Competition (Palm Desert, CA, I & II prizes)

2008

Isang Yun International Piano Competition (South Korea, II prize)

Wideman International Piano Competition (Shreveport, LA, USA, I prize)

2007

1st International Gaidamovich Chamber Music Competition (Russia, I prize)

International Rubinstein Chamber Music Competition (Russia, II prize)

2006

Mauro Paolo Monopoli Prize International Piano Competition (Italy, I prize)

Takamatsu International Piano Competition (Japan, II prize )

"Benedetto XIII prize" International Piano Competition (Italy, I prize)

2005

Cleveland International Piano Competition (USA, III prize)

Pausylipon Prize International Piano Competition (Italy, I prize )

2004

Dimitrios Vikelas International Piano Competition (Greece, I prize)

1999

Kosice International Piano Competition (Slovakia, I prize)

1998

Ettlingen International Piano Competition for young pianists (Germany, IV prize)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ernst Krenek CD review".
  2. ^ "El ruse Stanislav Khristenko se corona en el Maria Canals".
  3. ^ "Ranking Summer's Classical Music Competitions: Cleveland Comes Out on Top".
  4. ^ "Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition winners 2013".
  5. ^ "Stanislav Khristenko plays a prize recital at Zankel Hall".
  6. ^ "Steinway and Sons releases Stanislav Khristenko's enchanting debut album Fantasies".
  7. ^ "Stanislav Khristenko becomes a Steinway Artist".
  8. ^ "Khristenko brings fitful Russian flair to American program".
  9. ^ "Krenek Works Volume One review".

External links[edit]

  • Stanislav Khristenko Official Web Site [1]