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Alexei Soutchkov

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Alexei Soutchkov, in Russian Алексе́й Никола́евич Сучко́в, often transliterated in English Alexey
Suchkov (Moscow, April 3, 1966), is a Russian pianist, prize winner of seventy national and
international piano competitions in the Soviet Union, Germany, France, Italy and in the United States
of America.

Alexei Soutchkov

Born in a family of piano teachers, Soutchkov began his studies in the Central Music School of
Moscow, after he has continued to study in the Moscow Conservatory "Tchaikovsky" with
Professor Yevgeny Malinin (assistant to Maestro Heinrich Neuhaus), obtaining his Diploma and
specialization in piano in 1991 and completing the doctorate of study in 1993.
He is the winner of First Prizes in national and international piano competitions: Cup Pianists of
Italy in Osimo,[1][2] Palma d'Oro in Finale Ligure, Seiler Prize in Palermo,[3] Carlo Mosso Prize
in Alessandria, International Piano Competition in Rome, Riviera Etrusca prize in Piombino, Onde
Musicali prize in Taranto,[4] Mario Polovineo Tribute in Teramo, Prize Citta di Brindisi, Prize Citta
di Cesenatico, Pietro Argento Prize in Gioia del Colle.
He has given concerts as a soloist in the Soviet Union, Italy, Germany, France, Poland and in
the United States of America. He is currently President of the Italian Artistic Association "Suchkov &
Suchkov", founded in Sassuolo in 2011 together with his son Ivan, who is also a pianist and artistic
director of the association.
Alexei Soutchkov with Maestro Yevgeny Malinin. Moscow, Rachmaninov Hall

1. ^ Luca Rasca. Osimo, su cento pianisti prevale il "veterano" Alexej Soutchkov. Suonare.it, 2002
Retrieved on February 3, 2013
2. ^ Music magazine "Strumenti e Musica" nº 11, novembre 2001.
3. ^ Luca Rasca. A Soutchkov il Premio Seiler . Suonare.it, 2002 Retrieved on February 3, 2013
4. ^ Luca Rasca. Alexej Soutchkov asso pigliatutto. Suonare.it, 2001. Retrieved on February 3, 2013

External links[edit]
 Official website
 Interview with Alexei Soutchkov
 (RU) Alexey Suchkov in the site of the Central Music School of Moscow
 (RU, EN) Alexey Suchkov in the site of the Moscow Conservatory

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