Evgeny Kissin Symphony Hall Every appearance at Symphony Hall by Evgeny Kissin is an event, and Thursday's was no exception.
What does EK stand for?
EK stands for Evgeny Kissin (classical pianist)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Pianist Evgeny Kissin - Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Liszt: Birmingham Symphony Hall, 7.
Other recipients include the Berlin Philharmonic, Russian pianist Evgeny Kissin and conductor-pianist Daniel Barenboim.
And if anyone is going to make the sale it is surely the glamour combo of the baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky and pianist Evgeny Kissin.
She has guided the careers of some of today's leading and most beloved instrumentalists and conductors, including Itzhak Perlman, Hilary Hahn, Vadim Repin, Murray Perahia, Evgeny Kissin, Lang Lang, Franz Welser-Most, Ivan Fischer and Alan Gilbert.
After all, what music lover would want to be deprived of the teenage Yehudi Menuhin playing Elgar's Violin Concerto or Bach's Sonatas and Partitas, or the very young Evgeny Kissin playing Chopin?
9 /PRNewswire/ -- Pianist Evgeny Kissin won the first Grammy of his recording career when the 48th Annual Grammy Awards were presented in Los Angeles on February 8, 2006, for his RCA Red Seal recording of Russian piano music by Scriabin, Medtner and Stravinsky.
Celebrated pianist Evgeny Kissin performed two Chopin concertos in front of a packed Moscow auditorium aged 12.