Sergey Belyavsky

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Born in Moscow in 1993 into a family of musicians Sergey started playing piano at 5 and since then has dedicated his life to music. At the age of 10 he had his life debut solo recital and at the age of 11 – his first debut with the symphony orchestra. Since that his concert performances have spanned the globe. By age 25 Sergey has toured and performed in 28 different countries all over the world in most famous venues and halls including Carnegie Hall in NYC, Konzerthaus Berlin, Alte Oper Frankfurt, "Palau de la musica" in Barcelona, BOZAR hall in Brussels, Salle Gaveau in Paris, Keimyung Arts Center (S.Korea) etc.

Since 2005, Sergey became a multiple prize winner of more than 30 competitions and festivals including: 2nd Prize, Audience Prize, Students' Prize, Rose-Marie Huguenin Prize and Paderewski Prize at 76th Concours de Genève, Geneva, Switzerland (2022), 1st Prize at Artciál International Piano Competition San Francisco CA, USA (2022), 3rd Prize at International Competition "VALSESIA MUSICA" , Varallo, Italy (2021), 1st prize at International Piano Competition “Juries in competition” Salzburg, Austria (2019), 3rd Prize and Bronze Medal at Gina Bachauer International Artists Competition, Salt Lake City.USA (2018), 2nd Prize with no first awarded of Asia-Pacific International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, Daegu, South Korea, winner of two special prizes for best Polonaise and Sonata performances (2018), 2nd & Audience Prizes at Ferenc Liszt International Piano Competition, Budapest, Hungary (2016), Grand Prize and overall winner in “eMuse” Online Music Competition , Athens, Greece (2015), 2nd & Audience Prizes at Maria Canals International Piano Competition, Barcelona, Spain (2014). 

Sergey graduated from the finest Russian Central Music School (CMS), and following the CMS he graduated with honors from the famed Moscow State “Tchaikovsky” Conservatory, while being in class of Prof. Elisso Virsaladze in 2016. Currently Sergey is studying at the Park University in Kansas City Missouri with Golden Prize Winner of the 11th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition  Prof. Stanislav Ioudenitch.

Photos: Anne-laure Lechat