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Evgeni Mikhailov

Considerado um dos mais originais pianistas russos, Evgeni estudou no Kazan State Conservatory e no Moscow State Conservatory, onde é professor do departamento de piano, desde 1996. O músico venceu competições como IX All-Russian V. Safonov Piano Competition (1993), I A. Scriabin International Piano Competition (Rússia, 1995), e  I G. Eriksson International Piano Competition (Suécia, 1996). Em adição, foi laureado no XXI E. Pozzoli International Piano Competition em 1999 na Itália, e em 2002, venceu o I S. Rachmaninov International Piano Competition, em Los Angeles (EUA). Sua intensa atividade em concertos iniciou no ano de 1995,  atuando desde então nas mais prestigiosas salas de concerto da Europa e dos outros continentes. Também atuou com orquestras como a Russian National Orchestra e a Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester e com nomes como  o de V. Ashkenazy, M. Pletnev, M. Gorenstein entre outros. Tem se dedicado especialmente aos compositores românticos e russos, com particular interesse por A. Scriabin. Em 2015, Mikhailov participou da turnê da Orquestra Sinfônica Nacional da Polônia, nos Estados Unidos, e em 2018 teve participação na turnê da Berliner Symphoniker, no Japão, sob a batuta de L. Shambadal.


Considered one of the most original Russian pianists, Evgeni studied at the Kazan State Conservatory and the Moscow State Conservatory, where he has been professor of the piano department, since 1996. The musician won competitions such as IX All-Russian V. Safonov Piano Competition (1993), I A. Scriabin International Piano Competition (Russia, 1995), and I G. Eriksson International Piano Competition (Sweden, 1996). In addition, he was awarded the XXI E. Pozzoli International Piano Competition in 1999 in Italy, and in 2002, he won the I S. Rachmaninov International Piano Competition in Los Angeles (USA). His intense activity in concerts began in 1995, performing since then in the most prestigious concert halls in Europe and other continents. He has also performed with orchestras such as the Russian National Orchestra and the Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester and with names such as V. Ashkenazy, M. Pletnev, M. Gorenstein, among others. He has dedicated himself especially to romantic and Russian composers, with a particular interest in A. Scriabin.

In 2015, Mikhailov participated in the tour of the National Symphony Orchestra of Poland, in the United States, and in 2018 he participated in the tour of the Berliner Symphoniker, in Japan, under the baton of L. Shambadal.