Rachmaninov: Etudes-Tab. & Vari. on Theme CorelliDecca Records
Press ReleaseRead press
Artist DetailsRead bio
The young Russian born pianist Alexander Romanovsky released his second recording on the Decca label, featuring Sergei Rachmaninoff's Etudes-Tableaux Opus. 39 and Variations on a Theme of Corelli Opus. 42. Dubbed by critics as the next heir to the Great Russian Tradition of pianists, 24 year-old Alexander Romanovsky, who at the age of eleven was touring as soloist with Vladimir Spivakov and the Moscow Virtuosi, first attracted international attention at the age of fifteen when he was awarded an "Honoris Causa Doctorate" from the Royal Philharmonic Academy of Bologna. An honour that, at such an early age, was bestowed upon only two other musicians: Mozart and Rossini.
22 New ON this week / 54 Total
Synd: CBC, PRI/C24
Markets include: Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Atlanta, St. Louis, Kansas City, Houston, Detroit, San Antonio
Online: RadioIO, Taintradio
Alexander Romanovsky, next heir to greatness
Alexander Romanovsky's astonishing accomplishments, unmatched technique and a rare passion for music is evident in every single touch of the keyboard. He has the critics and the piano world speculating him to be the next heir to the Great Russian tradition that brought forth the likes of Vladimir Horowitz and Sviatoslav Richter. Actually, when compared to the great Horowitz some believe Alexander to ...