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Alexander Gavrylyuk på Konserthuset

Dagens Nyheter
RACHMANINOV: PIANO CONCERTO NO. 3: 03 MARCH 2016

Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra/Alexander Shelley, Stockholm Konserthus

"En underbar avslutning på en konsertkväll som redan var fulländad med ett strålande framförande av Rachmaninovs tredje pianokonsert med Alexander Gavrylyuk som solist. Hur han tar sig an denna svårspelade best med både enorm skicklighet och bultande känslighet är fenomenalt. Han torkar svetten från pannan med en näsduk mellan varven, tar sats och kastar sig återigen över tangenterna – han spelar allt från minnet – och att följa med honom på resan är en rafflande upplevelse. Finalsatsen är som ett segertåg, ljudet av att springa nerför en brant backe utan att kunna eller vilja bromsa."

Graceful and light of wing: Sibelius 5 from the Hallé and Okko Kamu

BackTrack
GRIEG: PIANO CONCERTO:: 18 FEBRUARY 2016
Hallé Orchestra/Okko Kamu, Bridgewater Hall Manchester

"Pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk was a dynamic presence on stage, both musically and physically.... He mustered enormous power from the piano’s lower register in the cadenzas, often bouncing on his stool as if on springs, but elsewhere played with a pleasing lightness of touch and sensitivity to the orchestra.... "

Louis Langrée, Mr. Mostly Mozart, Brings His Cincinnati, and Tchaikovsky, to New York

New York Times
TCHIAKOVSKY: PIANO CONCERTO NO. 1 IN B-FLAT MINOR
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra/Louis Langrée, Lincoln Centre

"Mr. Gavrylyuk brought muscular virtuosity to the challenging concerto. During some passages, he went for steely tone and uninhibited power, especially bursts of arm-blurring octaves. When called for, he played with subdued delicacy and scurrying lightness."

Langrée and CSO earn cheers at Lincoln Center

www.cincinnati.com (USA Today Network)
TCHIAKOVSKY: PIANO CONCERTO NO. 1 IN B-FLAT MINOR
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra/Louis Langrée, Lincoln Centre

"...it was a performance that dazzled. The pianist tossed off treacherous double octave passages, smiling as he did so. But he also played with considerable nuance in the softer moments, throwing back his head as he lingered on Tchaikovsky’s romantic melodies."

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra at the Colston Hall

Bristol Post
PROKOFIEV PIANO CONCERTO NO.1: 29 OCTOBER 2015

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / James Gaffigan, Colston Hall Bristol

"...Alexander Gavrylyuk played Prokofiev's First Piano Concerto. The winner of several piano competitions his playing was masterly."

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