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Oleg Akkuratov to Give First Solo Concert in Moscow on February 1
23.01.2017 20:01
Oleg Akkuratov to Give First Solo Concert in Moscow on February 1

27-year-old pianist and singer Oleg Akkuratov will perform in the Svetlanov Hall of the Moscow International House of Music.

      The concert will be divided into two parts. The first one will present Beethoven and Schubert's compositions played by violinist Ekaterina Astashova and cellist Alexander Knyazev. The second part will be all about jazz. It will start with a solo performance of Oleg Akkuratov, and then the young pianist will play in Igor Butman Quintet.

      Oleg Akkuratov is the winner of multiple competitions and festivals. In 2014 he had the honor to play the final composition at the closing ceremony of the Paralympic Games in Sochi. Since 2013 the young pianist has toured across Europe with Butman Quintet and  arranged the US tours twice.

      Oleg Akkuratov's first album «Golden Sunray» has been released recently. Let us remind that the renowned talent is a native of Yeisk District of the Krasnodar Region. In spite of his inborn blindness the young pianist strives in his music career.  A graduate of the Rostov State Conservatory, Oleg Akkuratov presently teaches music there.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Oleg Akkuratov International Moscow House of Music    

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