Victor Yampolsky, Piano
Honored Artist of the Russian Federation
President of the Foundation for the Development of Cultural Projects "Bridge of Arts"
Member of the Ensemble of Soloists for Contemporary Music "ASM"
Master class, teaching, talent coaching
Support for: Orchestra auditions, competitions, entrance exams
Languages: Russian, German, English
Victor Yampolsky is a graduate of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and regularly participates in the Moscow Philharmonic's subscriptions in the Conservatory's Great and Small Halls and the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall.
Victor Yampolsky has given numerous concerts throughout Russia and abroad in concert halls such as Salle Verdi in Milan, Wigmore Hall and South Bank Center in London, Krakow Philharmonic Hall, Gebau Hall in Amsterdam, Salle Gaveau in Paris, Oji Hall in Tokyo, Konzerthaus in Berlin, Zaryadie in Moscow, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Hall and in the best concert halls in China, Brazil, Australia, Switzerland and many others.
From 1991 to 1996 Victor Yampolsky was soloist of the contemporary music ensemble "ASM" and had the opportunity to get in touch with the most famous composers of Russia such as Alfred Schnittke, Edison Denisov and Sofia Gubaidullina.
Victor Yampolsky's albums have been published by the biggest publishers in the world: Olympia (UK), Harmonia Mundi (France), Hyperion UK, Tudor (Switzerland), Triton (Japan), Aurophon (Germany), Discover (Austria).
In 1995 Victor Yampolsky founded and led the famous Rachmaninov Trio, with whom he organised and performed numerous Russian and international projects in various cities of Russia and many other countries.
Victor Yampolsky's concerts and recordings have been covered in such famous publications as Russian MK, Rossiskaya Gazeta, British Gramophone, Strad, BBC MUSIC, American Fanfare, French Diapason and others.
In early 2021, Victor Yampolsky became President of the Bridge of Arts Foundation for the Development of Cultural Projects at the invitation of founder Hans-Joachim Fry.