Sergey Belyavsky, Russia
Sergey Belyavsky finished Central Music School in Moscow State Conservatory in 2011, and in 2016 finished Moscow State P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
He is currently studying in Tel-Aviv at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music. He has won many competition prizes such as First Prize in the 7th International Competition Dedication to F. Liszt in Moscow, 2010 and the Liszt Ferenc International Piano Competition in Budapest, Hungary, 2011 and Grand Prize and the overall winner of the “eMuse” Online Music Competition, 2015 (Athens, Greece). He was holder of a fellowship of the Mstislav Rostropovich Foundation from 2010-2011. He gave a solo performance at Carnegie Hall, New York, in 2011, Cortot Hall Paris in 2014, and in other great European concert halls. He has performed with many international orchestras such as Musica Viva (A. Rudin), the Russian National Orchestra (A. Sladkovsky), the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra (Chief Conductor Pavel Kogan), Szeged Symphony Orchestra (Hungary), Budapest Symphony Orchestra of the Hungarian Radio, Kazakhstan State Symphonic Orchestra, and many others. He has toured considerably in a number of countries such as Israel, the USA, Germany, Spain, Italy, San Marino, France, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, Hungary, South Korea, Japan, China, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Ukraine, Poland, Greece, Morocco, and Australia. He made his first solo CD in 2008 and later a CD dedicated to the 200-year anniversary of Franz Liszt in 2011. In 2013, he recorded a CD of 24 études of Chopin.
Competitor, Semifinalist, Aspiration Special Prize: Second Triennial Olga Kern International Piano Competition. October 27–November 3, 2019. Albuquerque, New Mexico.