THE THREE OSOKINS

In 2015 three piano virtuosi of Osokins dynasty played together for the first time for the fully packed Dzintari Concert Hall and the next year their concert in Latvian National Opera was broadcasted worldwide by the German internet television Klassik.TV. 

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In recent years brothers Andrejs and Georgijs were touring all around the world performing in such prestigious venues as Berliner Philharmonie, Auditorium La Verdi in Milan, Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre hall, Katowice NOSPR hall, Warsaw National Philharmonic hall, Berlin Konzerthaus, Qatar Opera House, as well as they had recorded various solo CDs highly praised by critics in Europe. Meanwhile their teacher and father, professor Sergey Osokins for his achievement in both pedagogical and piano performance fields was awarded the highest honor of Latvian Republic – the Order of the Three Stars.

The Three Osokins are united by their deep, creative and expert musical interpretation. Each stroke of the piano keys has purpose, is expressed and transformed into subtle vibrations of sound that reach listeners and reveal to them the nuances of the music itself.

The Three Osokins have performed at the Latvian National Opera, the concert hall Great Amber in Liepāja, Dzintari Concert Hall in Jūrmala and at the Theatre House “Jūras vārti” in Ventspils. Each concert is an event in and of itself, because each is carefully assembled, scripted, and filled with pieces that have been specially adapted to be performed by three pianos. Each concert program includes several musical artworks from various periods and composers.

The start of the 2018 year is a special one for the pianists, as they’ve released their first studio album “The Three Osokins in Latvian Piano Music”. The album is dedicated to Latvia’s centennial and to better-known and yet undiscovered masterpieces of the piano music by Latvian composers. The Three Osokins performed their first concert in Poland in February.



Tēvs, profesors Sergejs Osokins, un dēli, daudzu starptautisku konkursu laureāti un spilgti mūzikas interpreti, Andrejs un Georgijs Osokini – trīs izcili pianisti no vienas dinastijas, kuri pasaules mūzikas arēnā ienākuši ar savu unikālo klavieru skanējumu. Trīs Osokinus vieno dziļa, radoša un virtuoza muzikālo kompozīciju atklāsme. Katrs pieskāriens klavieru taustiņiem ir pārdomāts, izjusts un pārvērsts netveramās skaņu vibrācijās, kas aizskar klausītājus un atklāj mūzikas niansēto skanējumu.

Osokini jau snieguši koncertus Latvijas Nacionālajā operā, koncertzālē “Lielais dzintars” Liepājā, Dzintaru koncertzālē Jūrmalā un teātra namā “Jūras vārti” Ventspilī. Katrs koncerts ir īpašs notikums ne tikai skatītājiem, bet arī pianistiem, jo tie tiek veidoti ļoti rūpīgi, radot koncertu dramaturģiju, izvēloties skaņdarbus, veidojot īpašas to versijas un pārlikumus trīs klavierēm. Koncertu programmās tiek ietvertas dažādu laikmetu un personību skaņu gleznas, kurām īpašu skanējumu piešķir Yamaha koncertflīģeļi, kurus pianisti ļoti iecienījuši.

2018. gada sākums pianistiem ir īpašs, jo tika izdots pirmais “Trīs Osokini” studijas albums “Trīs Osokini latviešu klaviermūzikā”, kas veltīts Latvijas valsts simtgadei, latviešu klaviermūzikas jau zināmiem un vēl neatklātiem šedevriem. Februārī izcilie mūziķi sniedza koncertus Polijā.