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Igor Tchetuev
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Igor Tchetuev was born in Sebastopol (Ukraine) in 1980 and won at the age of 14 the Grand Prix of the
International Vladimir Krainev Young Pianists Competition (Ukraine) and was a student of Maestro
Krainev. In 1998, at age 18, he was the First Prize Laureate of the Ninth Arthur Rubinstein International
Piano Master Competition, and was also voted "Audience Favourite".

2011/12/13 Igor Tchetuev is the guest of the Mariinsky Orchestra under Valery Gergiev (Prokofiev 3 /
Scriabin Concerto as part of the Festival "Stars at the White Nights"), Orchestre Pasdeloup in Salle Pleyel
(Beethoven concerto n°3), Prague Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven 4 & Tchaikovsky n°1), SaintPetersburg
State Symphony Orchestra (Rachmaninov 2/Alexander Dimitriev) as part of the festival Arts
Square in Saint-Petersburg, Scriabin Concerto as part of the Festival Stars on Baïkal, Ukraine
Philharmonic Orchestra in Swiss tour with N. Dyadura, Orchestre National de Montpellier (Tchaikovsky
n°1/Ari Rasilainen), Orchestre Philharmonique de Marseille (Rachmaninov n°3/ Adrian Prabava),
Orchestre de Pau (Rachmaninov 3/ Fayçal Karoui) in Pau and at the Folles Journées in Nantes, Bilbao,

He gives numerous recitals in France and Europe amongst which, at the Wigmore Hall, Festival de
Menton, Husum Festival in Germany, at the Festival de Colmar, Chopin Festival Paris, Lisztomania
Festival, the Montpellier Festival, Lille Piano Festival, and plays chamber music at the Amsterdam
Concertgebouw, also at the Wiener Philharmonie, Prague Rudolfinum, Mariinsky Theatre, Berlin
Philharmonie, Scala di Milano, Wiener Staatsoper, etc. accompanying Ferruccio Furlanetto.

Igor Tchetuev has recently performed as piano soloist with Orchestre National de France, Mariinsky
Orchestra, WDR Orchestra Köln, Halle Orchestra, Moscow Virtuosi, St Petersburg Academic Symphony
Orchestra, Polish National Orchestra, the Israel Chamber Orchestra, Bern Philharmonic, NDR Hanover,
Santa Cecilia Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Dortmund Orchester, New Japan Philharmonic,
Miami New World Symphony, Orchestre National de Lille, etc… under such conductors as Valery
Gergiev, Neeme Järvi, Günther Herbig, Semyon Bychkov, Evgueni Svetlanov, Vladimir Spivakov, Marc
Elder, Rafael Frubeck de Burgos, Maxim Vengerov, Alexander Dmitriev, Justus Franz, Maxim
Shostakovich, Jean-Claude Casadesus, Maxim Vengerov, Vladimir Sirenko, Vladimir Vakoulsky and so

Each year Tchetuev gives a number of appearances in select events for instance, the Saint-Petersburg
Festival, the Mariinsky Theatre, the Scala di Milano, the Wigmore Hall, the Théâtre des Champs Elysées,
Festivalde Menton, the Colmar International Festival, the Menuhin Festival Gstaad, the Klavierfestival
Ruhr, the Braunschweig Festival, Sintra Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Zino Francescatti, Paris,
Louvre Auritorium, Festival Chopin Paris, Accademia Philharmonica Romana, Festival de Radio France et
Montpellier not to mention the festival of La Roque d’Anthéron, where he appeared for an evening
acclaimed recital (Chopin 24 Etudes).

Igor Tchetuev makes then regular recital tours in Europe and his recordings have received numerous
awards and accolades: he recorded with the violinist Andrei Bielov all Prokofiev Sonatas for violin and
piano for Naxos label. He also recorded a recital of “Romantic Etudes” with Schumann, Chopin, Liszt,
Scriabin, with Tri-M Classic of Japan, the Three Chopin Sonatas for Orfeo in Germany which was
applauded by critics (Le Monde de la Musique, Classica...), “Alfred Schnittke: Complete Piano Sonatas”
(Caro Mitis, Russia) (Preis der Deutschen Schallplatten Kritik in Germany, R10 in Classica-Repertoire in
France and a magnificent article in Gramophone Magazine) and his last recordings are the first three
volumes of his Complete Beethoven Sonatas (Caro Mitis, Russia) with fabulous press critics.

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