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"...a refined artist. Alexey
has his own personality at
the piano and is brilliant."

- Daniel Pollack, world renowned pianist

 
 

About Alexey

Alexey Trushechkin is an internationally acclaimed classical pianist, having won many awards in prestigious competitions. His achievements include the San Jose International Piano Competition (First Prize, Audience Prize, & Best Performance of Russian Music, 2019; Best Performance of a Chopin Etude, 2017), the Edvard Grieg International Piano Competition (Third Prize & Orchestra Prize, 2018), the Los Angeles International Piano Competition (Second Prize, 2018), the Skriabin International Piano Competition (First Prize 2012), Paris, France, and the Parnassos International Competition (Third Prize 2012), Monterrey, Mexico.  He also won the Concerto Competition for Columbus State University (2016), and was chosen as the 2016 winner of the Atlanta Music Club.

Alexey’s concerts have led him from Russia to the United States of America, Germany, Norway, Ukraine, France, Belgium, Spain, Austria, and Mexico.  He has performed in the Tchaikoivsky Concert Hall (Moscow), and the Great & Small Halls of the Moscow State Conservatory, and has appeared as a concerto soloist with multiple orchestras and conductors, including K. Orbelyan, V. Rizhaev (Russia), F. Krager (Mexico), and P. Hostetter (USA).

Alexey Trushechkin was born in Moscow, Russia to a family of musicians.  His father, renowned Russian pianist, Mikhail Trushechkin, inspired Alexey’s passion for music. After graduation from Moscow Shopen College with E. Kaminskaya, he studied with M. Filippov and earned a Bachelor and Post Graduate degree from the Moscow State Conservatory.  Alexey went on to study with A. Kobrin and E. Zuber at the Schowb School of Music, Columbus State University and completed an Artist Diploma.  He has also participated in Master Classes with D. Bashkirov,                            M. Voskresensky, V. Gornostaeva, L. Naumov, B. Slutskiy, N. Fitenko, C. Breslin, A. Pompa Baldi, and I. Mozgovenko. 

"Alexey Trushechkin attracts listeners with interpretations of       A. Skriabin’s works, finding in them incredible colors and images.  One can always hear not only the expression in the composers’ intensions, but also the deeply personal experience of the performance, always with a sincere attitude to the works. Incredible temperament, virtuosity, variety of colors in timbres are all calling cards of this musician."
- Mikhail Voskresensky, professor of Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, Russia

 
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"[Trushechkin] has a masterful technique that knows no limitations, an expressive style that shapes phrases with elegant conviction, and a genuinely sympathetic feeling for a wide variety of romantic and 20th century repertoire."
- Lyn Bronson, Peninsula Reviews

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Repertoire

Solo

J.S.Bach

  • Preludes and Fugues: C major, G minor, B flat minor, C sharp major (1st volume WTC)

  • Prelude and Fugue D sharp minor
    2nd volume

  • C major, C sharp minor, (2nd volume WTC)

  • English Suite A minor

  • French Suite B minor

  • Toccata G minor

D. Scarlatti

  • 2 sonatas

J. Haydn

  • Sonata in A-flat major Hob 46

  • Sonata in D Major

W.Mozart

  • Sonata in C major K.330

L. van Beethoven

  • Sonata № 9 E major, op. 14

  • Sonata № 13 E-flat major, op. 27 № 1

  • Sonata "Quasi una Fantasia", № 17, op. 31 № 2, D minor

  • Sonata № 19 G minor, op. 49 № 1

  • Sonata № 20 G major, op. 49 № 2

  • Sonata № 26 E-flat major
    "Les Adieux"

  • Sonata № 31 A-flat major, op. 110

  • Sonata № 32 С minor, op. 111

  • 32 Variations c-moll, Woo 80

F. Schubert

  • Sonata A minor, op. 42

P. Tchaikovsky

  • "January" from "The Seasons", op.37

 

R. Schumann

  • Arabesque, op. 18

  • Sonata № 1 F-sharp minor, op. 11

  • Sonata №3 F minor, op. 14

  • Toccata, op. 7

J.Brahms

  • 7 Phantasies, op. 116

F.Chopin

  • Etudes op.10 № 1,2,4,5, op. 25
    № 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 11

  • Scherzo № 1 B minor, op. 23

  • Ballades № 1, op. 23, № 2, F major, op. 38

  • Polonaise E-flat minor, op. 26

  • Barcarole F-sharp major, op. 60

F.Liszt

Etudes:

  • Waldesrauschen

  • Wild Hunt

  • Etude A minor № 6 from the series "Great Etudes on Paganini"

  • Spanish Rhapsody

  • D. Verdi - F. Liszt. Miserere du Trovatore

С. Debussy

  • Island of Joy

S. Rachmaninoff

  • Etude-tableau E-flat minor,
    op. 33 № 6

  • Etude-tableau C minor, op. 39 № 1

  • Preludes E major, op. 23 № 4

  • E-flat major, op. 23 № 6

  • B-flat minor, op. 32 № 2

  • D-flat major, op. 32 № 13

  • Polka V.R

 

 

A. Scriabin

  • Etudes op. 2 № 1, C-sharp minor,
    op. 8 № 5, F-sharp minor,
    № 10 D-flat major

  • Three etudes, op. 65

  • Preludes: op. 11, № 2, 10, 14

  • 4 Preludes, op. 22

  • Sonata № 3 F-sharp Minor

  • Sonata № 5, op. 53

  • Sonata № 9, op. 68

S. Prokofiev

  • Suggestion Diabolique, op. 4, № 4

  • Sonata № 4, C minor, op. 29

  • Sonata № 7, B-flat major, op. 83

E. Grieg

  • Several pieces from different opuses

D. Shostakovich

  • Preludes and Fugues in G Major,
    D-flat major

R. Shchedrin

  • Playing Rossini's Opera

  • In imitation of Albeniz

V. Gavrilin

  • Several pieces

F. Mendellsohn

  • Several "Songs Without Words"

H. Villa Lobos

  • Broken Music Box

Chamber Music

L. van Beethoven

  • Sonatas № 1, № 2 for violin and piano

  • Trio for violin (clarinet), cello, piano, B major, ор. 11

  • Trio for violin, cello, piano, C minor

Carl-Maria Weber

  • Grand Duo Concert for clarinet and piano, op. 48

J. Brahms

  • Sonatas № 1, № 2, № 3 for violin and piano

  • Trio for clarinet, violin and piano, ор. 114

F. Schubert

  • Sonatina for violin and piano, A minor

А. Dvorak

  • Trio for violin, cello, piano, B major

 

 

D. Shostakovich

  • Trio № 1 for violin, cello, piano, ор. 8

S. Rachmaninoff

  • The Elegiac Trio for violin, chello, piano, G minor

  • Suite № 1 for two pianos

V. Shebalin

  • Trio for violin, cello, piano, A major

O. Messian

  • Theme with variations for violin and piano

A. Khachaturian

  • Trio for clarinet, violin and piano

E. Grieg

  • Sonatas № 1 and № 2 for violin and piano

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CONCERTOS FOR PIANO
WITH ORCHESTRA

W.Mozart

  • Piano concerto № 8, C major

  • Piano concerto № 9, E-flat major

L. van Beethoven

  • Piano concerto № 4, G major

F. Mendellsohn

  • Piano concerto № 1, D minor

R. Schumann

  • Piano concerto, A minor

E. Grieg

  • Piano concerto, A minor

S. Rachmaninoff

  • Piano concerto № 2, С minor, op. 18

  • Piano concerto № 4, G minor, op. 40

  • Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, op. 43

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