Boris Berezovsky


Boris Berezovsky was born in 1969 in Moscow. He studied at the Moscow State Conservatory under Eliso Virsaladze and privately under Alexander Satz. In 1987 he won fourth prize at the International Piano Competition in Leeds (Great Britain), and in 1990 first prize and the Gold Medal at the IX International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow.

From that moment on, the pianist's international career began. He has performed with the best orchestras in the world, with eminent conductors and in the most famous concert halls.

The pianist's extensive discography includes about 40 CDs and DVDs. Many of Berezovsky's recordings have received Diapason d'Or, ECHO Klassik and Choc de la Musique awards, and he has been recognized by Le Monde de la Musique and Gramophone magazines. In 2006 the musician was awarded the BBC Music Magazine Prize.

Participant of the largest international festivals.

He has toured extensively throughout Russia and has held festivals of his own, including the Boris Berezovsky Festival in Yekaterinburg (2012, 2014), the idea for which he defined as a "musical and geographical journey". Similar ideas inspired the pianist's project "Music of the Earth" (2014, 2016, 2017). From 2006 to 2011, Berezovsky initiated the Metner Festival in Moscow, Yekaterinburg, and Vladimir. Translated with (free version)

Boris Berezovsky - winner of the national newspaper "Music Review" in the category "Person of the Year" (2013). He was awarded the Prize of the City of Moscow in the category "Musical Art" (2015), the honorary title "Honored Artist of the Russian Federation" (2016).