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For CSO, Milanov, an encouraging and celebratory start

The Chautauquan Daily
RACHMANINOV: RHAPSODY ON A THEME OF PAGANINI: 2 JULY 2015
Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra/Rossen Milanov, Chautauqua Amphitheatre

"The distinctive qualities of Gavrylyuk’s thrilling gifts were amply in evidence: dazzling technique wedded to sensitive musicianship."

Alexander Gavrylyuk is subtiele klanktovenaar

De Telegraaf
SOLO RECITAL: 14 JUNE 2015
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

"Alexander Gavrylyuk is wel een van de grootste ontdekkingen van het afgelopen decennium. Hij weet telkens weer het publiek te betoveren met zijn ongelooflijk virtuoze en suggestieve spel. Deze keer nam hij de luisteraars mee op een avontuurlijke reis door de tijd, van Mozart en Schubert via Liszt en Chopin naar de grimmige wereld van Prokofjev."

"Alexander Gavrylyuk is one of the greatest discoveries of the past decade. Every time he enchants the public with his incredible virtuosity and suggestive playing. This time he took the listener on an adventurous journey through time, from Mozart and Schubert via Liszt and Chopin to the dark world of Prokofiev."

Music Review: BBC SSO, City Hall, Glasgow

Herald Scotland
MOZART PIANO CONCERTO NO.21: 14 MAY 2015
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/Markus Stenz, City Halls, Glasgow

"Gavrylyuk's interpretation of Mozart's K467 Piano Concerto delved deep into the ambiguity of the piece, probing near-subversive levels of expression: thought-provoking playing here, way beyond the norm."

Feuerwerk und Klangskulptur - Pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk begeistert im Konzerthaus

Der Standard
SOLO RECITAL: 24 FEBRUARY 2015
Konzerthaus, Vienna

"Mühelos verband der Musiker dabei hurtiges Figurenwerk mit dem Aufzeigen tieferer Schichten, formaler und tonaler Zusammenhänge."

Tchaikovsky concert jaw-dropping

Cincinnati.com
TCHAIKOVSKY PIANO CONCERTO NO.1: 28 NOVEMBER 2014
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra/Louis Langrée, Music Hall, Cincinnati

"To say that Gavrylyuk wowed in his debut would be an understatement. The 30-year-old phenom, who has won gold in both the Horowitz and the Rubinstein piano competitions, possesses astonishing technical ability. His hands were a blur in fiendishly difficult double octave passages, yet he smiled through it all, seeming to relish the challenge."

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