Zvyagin Konstantine


Звягин КонстантинZvyagin Konstantine was born in 1990 in the city of Novgorod. He started learning music with 7 years. After graduating with honors from the Novgorod city Tchaikovsky music school in 2005 (piano teacher Shirobokova) and Novgorod Regional Rachmaninov College of Arts with honors (2009) (Class teacher Svartsevicha), he enrolled at the Russian Academy of Music (Moscow) in the class of Professor Tatiana Zelikman. He is currently a 4th year student of the piano faculty, studying for a fine.

During the years of studying Constantine Zvyagin was scholar of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the Agency for Culture and Cinematography under the federal program “Young Talents”, “Lord Novgorod the Great grant”, Rachmaninov’s grant.

Constantine Zvyagin is the winner and laureate of Russian and international competitions, such as: -Crescendo International Music Competition (International Music Competition “Crescendo”), New York (United States, Carnegie Hall), 2012, 2013 (1st place); All-Russian contest “Young Talents of Russia” (Moscow, 2012), winner’s certificate. -V Open Russian Festival-Contest of Children and Youth Creativity “Golden Boat”, Veliky Novgorod, 2008 (2nd Prize); -VIII Russian contest of Rachmaninov among students of music schools and colleges of arts, Veliky Novgorod, 2007 (3rd prize); -VII Russian contest of Rachmaninov among students of music schools and academies of art, dedicated to the 150th anniversary of A.K.Lyadova, Veliky Novgorod, 2005 (3rd prize); -III open competition for young artists dedicated to the work by Rimsky-Korsakov and Mussorgsky, Pskov, 2005 (3rd prize); -XXI tenders Rimsky-Korsakov’s North-West Russia, Tikhvin, 2004 (3rd prize);

-International Youth Festival competition for the Performing Arts. G. Sviridov, St. Petersburg, 2007 (finalist); -International contest of young performers of the International Forum “Music Performance and Pedagogy” dedicated to the 145th anniversary of Arensky, Great Novgorod, 2006 (finalist); -III Open National Competition for Young Pianists, Kaliningrad, 2005 (finalist); -IV International Competition for Young Pianists V International Rachmaninov Festival, Veliky Novgorod, 2003 (finalist).

Constantine Zvyagin is, also, awarded by the Jury of The I International Blyutnerov Competition (Kaliningrad, 2007), is a semi-finalist of the International Rachmaninov Youth Competition. (Tambov, 2008), the International Schumann Piano Competition. (Germany, Zwickau, 2012).

In 2004, Constantine took part in a tour to Ireland with the invitation of Professor of the Royal Irish Academy of Music Deirdre Doyle (Republic of Ireland – Dublin, Limerick). In 2011, he made concert tour in Poland (Gdansk, Elblag, Warsaw) with a delegation of the Rachmaninov’s Center of Culture and music, through the international relations of society group “Polonia”. Member of the tour with a delegation of the Rachmaninov Music House (Veliky Novgorod), in the cities of Germany (Frankfurt, Quedlinburg, Weimar, Dresden) and Poland (Gdansk), dedicated to the 140th anniversary of Rachmaninov (2013).

Constantine has participated in master classes, international schools of performance, he took lessons from professors such as: Douglas Humphries, Djuro Tikvitsa, Deirdre Doyle, Igor Lebedev, Oleg Malov, Pavel Nersessian, Xenia Knorre, Andrei Pisarev, Alexander Mndoyants, Vladimir Chinayev, Sergei Sukhov, Andrey, Eugene Teregulov. As a soloist, Konstantin Zvyagin performed in various concert halls in Russia, Ireland, Poland, Germany and the United States. He played in the Small and Rachmaninov Halls of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, in the Rachmaninov Hall of the Moscow Musical Society, at the scene of the Novgorod Regional Philharmonic Center “Dialogue”, the House of Music Rachmaninov, Regional Children’s Music Center in Veliki Novgorod State Museum named after Skryabin Moscow, Large and Small halls of the Russian Academy of Music in Moscow.


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