Vitaly Yunitskiy

Piano

Comes from Russia
Lives in Moscow, Russia
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Vitaly Yunitskiy was born in Moscow on 15 December 1975. He starts taking piano lessons at very early age. He attended at the music college of Moscow Conservatory with professor Nataliya Suslova, a disciple of professor Lev Oborin. Then, he entered Moscow Conservatory, where he was trained by professor Mikhail Voskressensky at the piano department and at the chamber music department with professor Tigran Alikhanov.

After many awards, he integrated Chamber music orchestras and played in Europe and USA. More than a pianist, now he is the teacher of chamber ensemble in the Moscow state conservatory and the assistant to the National artist of Russia, head of chamber music department professor Tigran Alihanov. He is also Deputy Director and presents Master Classes in the same conservatory.

Education

Music college of Moscow Conservatory

With professor Nataliya Suslova, a disciple of professor Lev Oborin

Moscow Conservatory

Trained by professor Mikhail Voskressensky at the piano department and by professor Tigran Alikhanov at the chamber music department

Awards

Second Prize, Nikolaj Rubinstein International Competition

Moscow, Russia, 1997

First Prize and Special Prizes, International piano Competition "Roma 1999"

Roma, Italy, 1999

First Prize and Special Prizes, Open National Chamber music Competition "Sergey Taneyev"

Kaluga, Russia, 1999

Unique prize winner, Third Reding Piette International Two Piano Competition (in duet Nataliya Morozova)

Basel, Switzerland, 2001

First Prize and Special Prizes, Isole Borromeo International Chamber music Competition

Verbaniya, Italy, 2002

Worked With

Performed At

Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria

Media

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