This winter Mark participated at the master classes of Leif Ove Andsnes, Håvard Gimse and Marios Papadopoulos at the Prof. Jiri Hlinka Piano Academy in Bergen, Norway. It was a great experience to work with this outstanding musicians in such a beautiful environment!
The master classes took place at a beautiful Rekstensamlingene from 21st to 28th of January.
On the 19th of December between 20:00 und 22:00 (UTC+01:00) WDR 3 will be broadcasting a concert given by Mark Taratushkin at the Langenberg Music Festival. The program will include suite “Le Tombeau de Couperin” by Maurice Ravel and three pieces from “Goyescas” by Enrique Granados. From the 20th of December the recordings will be […]
Mark Taratushkin is one of the eight Students of The University of Arts Berlin to receive a scholarship from “Ad Infinitum” Foundation this year. The Foundation supports German Musical Academies distributing scholarships to young, highly talented and indigent students. More information available on http://www.ad-infinitum-foundation.org
Mark Taratushkin Auch in diesem Jahr gibt Mark Taratushkin Meisterkurse an der Akademie der Künste Berlin. Es findet von 11. bis 13. August statt und wird ein Teil von dem Ersten Internationalen Klavierwettbewerb von der Akademie der Künste Berlin. Bewerbungsformulare und weitere Informationen sind auf der Webseite der Akademie zu finden.
The debut album of Mark Taratushkin will be released in March 2015 by “Acousense” label. The CD will feature piano works by Bela Bartok and Sergei Prokofiev. Bela Bartok: Three Studies op. 18 Sz 72 Improvisations on Hungarian Peasant Songs op. 20 Sz 74 Sergei Prokofiev: Sarcasms op. 17 Four Studies op. 2 Visions fugitives […]
For his CD Debut “Piano works by Bartok and Prokofiev” Mark Taratushkin selected works of the great innovators of the XXth century: Three Etudes by Bela Bartok, described by the composer himself as “unplayable”, Four Etudes by Sergei Prokofiev, that made composers’ debut as a pianist on Moscow stage, “Visions fugitives” op. 22, “Sarcasms op. 17” […]