Aleksey Semenenko
Ukraine, °1988
 
VIOLIN 2015 : Second Prize
After training in his homeland, Oleksii Semenenko went on to further studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Cologne under Zakhar Bron and Harald Schoneweg. Third Laureate of the Paganini Moscow International Competition in 2010, he went on to win the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York in 2012 and the International Boris Goldstein Competition in Berne in 2015. Oleksii Semenenko has performed at Merkin Hall (New York), Kennedy Center Hall (Washington), and the Gardner Museum (Boston) and will soon make his debut at the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. He has played as a soloist with a number of ensembles, including the Moscow Virtuosi, the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, and the Russian Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Vladimir Spivakov. As a chamber musician, he founded the Stolyarsky Quartet, which has given concerts in Russia, Ukraine, France, Switzerland, and Malta.

Instrument : Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi (1770), loaned by the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben

Teachers

Prof. Zakhar Bron

Degrees

Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln
Video
Final 2015: Oleksii Semenenko
Semi-final 2015: Oleksii Semenenko - concerto
Semi-final 2015: Oleksii Semenenko - recital
Audio
Programme
Final (29/05/2015)
Michael Jarrell ...aussi peu que les nuages...
Jean Sibelius Concerto in D minor op. 47
Aleksey Semenenko, violin
National Orchestra of Belgium, dir. Marin Alsop
Semi-final

Récital (12/05/2015)

Eugène Ysaÿe Sonata in E minor op. 27/4
Vykintas Baltakas Recitativo
Nicolò Paganini I Palpiti op. 13
Pyotr Tchaikovsky Valse Sentimentale op. 51/6
Franz Waxman Fantaisie sur des thèmes de Carmen
Aleksey Semenenko, violin
Inna Firsova, pianist accompanist

Concerto (15/05/2015)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto n. 5 in A major KV 219
Aleksey Semenenko, violin
Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, dir. Paul Meyer
First round (08/05/2015)
Johann Sebastian Bach Sonata n. 3 in C major BWV 1005
Franz Schubert Grand duo in A major D 574
Nicolò Paganini Caprice n. 1 in E major
Aleksey Semenenko, violin
Inna Firsova, pianist accompanist
Piano 2020 postponed to May 2021
How the competition unfolds
H.M. Queen Mathilde
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