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Solo Piano Recital : CD Review

International Piano Magazine
MUSSORGSKY & SCHUMANN: PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION & KINDERSZENEN Piano Classics CD

"Alexander Gavrylyuk is a unique artist, who, in a never ending quest for artistic purity and truth, is simply not capable of playing anything devoid of profound musical feeling."

Gavrylyuk inspires at the Russian Festival

Vancouver Classical Music
RACHMANINOV: COMPLETE PIANO CONCERTI: APRIL 2014
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra/Bramwell Tovey, Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver

"This fourth ‘Russian’ festival was in many ways the best of them all, and this was largely due to the oversize presence of an actually very modest and unassuming Alexander Gavrylyuk, a pianist who can clearly bring the house down with his virtuosity and phenomenal Horowitz-like weight and fire, but certainly offers much more than that."

Alexander the Great

J-Wire
SOLO RECITAL: 12 MARCH 2014
City Recital Hall, Sydney

"Those fortunate enough to have heard Alexander Gavrylyuk in the first of this year’s Pianists in Recital series will wonder if classical piano playing can get any better" (J-Wire)

"His recital-closing performance of the Prokofiev sixth sonata was equally fine. Incisiveattack and pounding percussive passages irresistibly propelled the powerhouse outer movements with ferocious intensity and motoric energy. Glinting, hard-edged sonorities and biting rhythms captured the astringent lyricism and sardonic quirkiness of the inner movements." (Murray Black, The Australian)

Four orchestral concerts offer inspired musical feasts in İstanbul

Cihan News
PROKOFIEV PIANO CONCERTO NO.3: 20 FEBRUARY 2014
Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra/Sascha Goetzel, Lufti Kirdar Congress Centre, Istanbul

"Gavryluk's spitfire prowess at the keyboard for not only the concerto, but his encore of the Liszt-Horowitz arrangement of Beethoven's "Turkish March," particularly, was almost overwhelmingly dazzling."

Stier finds subtleties in organ warhorse

The New Zealand Herald
RACHMANINOV PIANO CONCERTO NO.1: 27 FEBRUARY 2014
Auckland Philharmonia/Eckehard Stier, Auckland Town Hall

"Gavrylyuk's strength is that he seems to find an implied narrative in this score; one felt stories were being told while, around him, the orchestra created great waves of passion."

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