A guest recital by Yury Shadrin '05, piano.
Rondo in C Major, Op. 51, No. 1 by Ludwig van Beethoven
6 Variations in F Major, Op. 34 by Ludwig van Beethoven
7 Fantasien, Op. 116 by Johannes Brahms
Capriccio – Presto energico
Intermezzo – Andante
Capriccio – Allegro passionato
Intermezzo – Adagio
Intermezzo – Andante con grazia ed intissimo sentimento
Intermezzo – Andantino teneramente
Capriccio – Allegro agitato
- Intermission -
from 24 Preludes, Op. 34 by Dmitri Shostakovich
No. 5 in D Major (1906-1975)
No. 6 in B Minor
No. 10 in C-sharp Minor
No. 14 in E-flat Minor
Fantasie in C Major, D. 760 by Franz Schubert
Allegro con fuoco ma non troppo
Pianist Yury Shadrin is an internationally acclaimed soloist who has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and numerous major venues across four continents. In recent seasons he has performed in concerts at the Gilmore Festival, Russia’s Mariinsky Theatre, China’s Central Conservatory of Music and Nanning EXPO Center, The Juilliard School, Eastman School of Music, and Cleveland Institute of Music.
As an orchestral soloist, Shadrin has appeared with the Baltimore, Kalamazoo, Miami, and Salta (Argentina) Symphony Orchestras, Gilmore Festival Chamber Orchestra, Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica of Venezuela, Caracas Municipal Symphony, Philippines Philharmonic, and the Vietnam National Philharmonic Orchestra. He has firmly established his recital credentials as well, with recent performances with Washington Performing Arts, Russia’s Mariinsky Stars of the White Nights Festival on a program with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center organized by Maestro Valery Gergiev, and with other prestigious presenters in North America, South America, and Europe. His performances have been featured in radio and TV broadcasts in Vietnam, Venezuela, China, Japan, and the United States.
In the 2018-19 season, Shadrin will perform with the Peabody Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Leon Fleisher; give his debut European recital tour as part of the virtuoso Sir András Schiff’s esteemed Building Bridges Tour with solo performances at Konzerthaus Berlin and other leading halls in Belgium, the Czech Republic, and Switzerland; and perform additional recitals and give master classes at the Royal College of Music in London, Haute école de musique in Geneva, Royal Conservatory of Ghent in Belgium, conservatories throughout China, and in his role as artistic director of the Baltimore International Piano Festival.
Shadrin gained international recognition as a first prize winner of the Rome International Piano Competition and grand prize winner at the Siberian Piano Competition. In recent years, he has taken top honors at the World Piano Competition, the Maracaibo International Piano Competition, and the Yale Gordon Competition. A Moscow Conservatory graduate, Shadrin studied with world-renowned pianists Lev Naumov and Eliso Virsaladze. Upon moving to the United States, he studied at Oberlin with Monique Duphil, at Yale with Peter Frankl, and at the Peabody Institute with the great American master Leon Fleisher.