- Teaches students:
- Ages 8+
- Teaching since:
Andrey’s career has encompassed the globe as a preeminent talent among performing artists today. Cleveland’s The Plain Dealer has written that “ His performance seized attention from first note to last.” Additionally, The Washington Post describes his playing as “with power and finesse that brought the audience to its feet in a long standing ovation.”
Andrey graduated from Belarussian Academy of Music where he received his bachelor and master degrees. He also earned his Artist Diploma from TCU in Fort Worth, where he studied with Dr. Tams Ungar. He continued to refine his skills in the Artist Certificate Program at SMU in Dallaswith renowned pianist, Juaquin Achucarro.
He has performed throughout North America, Europe and Asia, playing with numerous major orchestras and given solo recitals at such venues as Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Salle Alfred Cortot in Paris and the National Philharmonic Hall in Warsaw, Philharmonie in Cologne, City Hall in Hong Kong, among others.
His competition awards include Gold Medals at both the William Kapell and Tomassoni International piano competitions and a Bronze Medal at the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. His other competition accolades include awards at international competitions in Prague, Warsaw, Dublin, Hong Kong, Riga, Alexandria and New Orleans.
Among his numerous awards, he was twice named “Outstanding Artist in China” (2009 and 2011) in addition to having been given the positions of “Honorable Professor” of Jilin College of Arts (China) and “Visiting Professor” at the Beihua University (China). In his hometown of Minsk (Belarus), he was awarded the title “Minskovite of the year” 2002.
Andrey is a Yamaha Artist.