Andrejs Osokins

Latvian classical concert pianist Andrejs Osokins is a laureate of the world’s most prominent piano competitions, including Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition in Tel Aviv, the Long-Thibaud International Competition in Paris, the Leeds International Piano Competition and the Queen Elisabeth International Piano Competition in Brussels, as well as a laureate of the International Piano Forum.  He was described by critics as impeccably stylish, praised for his powerful intellect and charisma, wide expressive sound palette, notably convincing in many different styles of music. Osokins is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM), London. He graduated Royal Academy and Latvian Academy of Music both with Masters degree in Piano Performance.

Andrejs has had the honor of performing with prestigious orchestras including the National Orchestra of Belgium, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Manchester’s The Hallé Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Dublin’s RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Kremerata Baltica orchestra, Latvian National Symphony orchestra, and under button of Sir Mark Elder, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Marin Alsop, Yuri Simonov, Bojan Videnov, Pablo Mielgo, Andris Poga, Ainārs Rubiķis and James Judd.

Andrejs’ performance diary has included recitals in many high profile recital venues including the Berlin Philharmonie, the Great Hall of Konzerthaus Berlin, Frankfurt’s Alte Oper; Milan’s La Verdi concert hall, National Concert Hall in Dublin, Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall, the St Martin in the Fields and Kings Place concert hall in London, Gasteig concert hall in Munich, La Monnaie concert hall in Brussels, Opera Comique in Paris and the Symphony Hall in Birmingham.

Among his his stage partners are an opera singer Marina Rebeka, violinist Kristīne Balanas, cellist Margarita Balanas and Kremerata Baltica string quartet Quattro Baltica. In 2015 the project «The Three Osokins» has been founded where Andrejs Osokins performs together with his father, pianist Sergejs Osokins and brother Georgijs Osokins. The Three Osokins regularly performs at the Latvian National Opera and Dzintari concert hall, as well as in Poland and Germany.

Official website: www.andrejsosokins.com 


Andrejs Osokins ir pasaules nozīmīgāko starptautisko pianistu konkursu – Rubinšteina konkursa Telavivā, Margaritas Longas un Žaka Tibo konkursa Parīzē, Līdsas konkursa, Karalienes Elizabetes konkursa Briselē laureāts un Starptautiskā Pianisma Foruma laureāts. Pasaulē pieprasītais latviešu pianists regulāri uzstājas leģendārās Eiropas koncertzālēs, piemēram, Berlīnes Filharmonijā, Konzerthaus Berlin, Frankfurtes Alte Oper koncertzālē, Milānas La Verdi zālē, Dublinas Nacionālajā koncertzālē Īrijā, Vigmora zālē, Royal Festival Hall, St Martin in the Fields un Kings Placekoncertzālēs Londonā, Gasteig koncertzālē Minhenē, La Monnaie koncertzālē Briselē, Opera Comique zālē Parīzē, Birmingemas Simfoniskajā zālē un citās.

Latvijas Lielās Mūzikas Balvas laureāts koncertējis kopā ar neskaitāmiem orķestriem, tostarp ar Beļģijas Nacionālo simfonisko orķestri, Francijas Radio filharmonijas orķestri, orķestri Kremerata Baltica, Mančestras Hallé orķestri, Dublinas Nacionālo simfonisko orķestri un Latvijas Nacionālo simfonisko orķestri, sadarbojoties ar tādiem diriģentiem kā sers Marks Elders, Vladimirs Fedosejevs, Marina Alsopa, Jurijs Simonovs, Bojans Videnofs, Pablo Mieglo, Andris Poga, Ainārs Rubiķis, Džeimss Džads un citiem.

Kritiķi Andreju raksturo šādi: “Viņam piemīt nevainojama elegance, hipnotizējoša personības pievilcība, apbrīnas vērts intelekts, plaša un ekspresīva skaņu krāsu palete, kā arī neparasti pārliecinoša dažādu mūzikas stilu izjūta”.

Plašāka informācija: www.andrejsosokins.com