Vladimir Odinokikh, Concert Pianist
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"A stunning pianist, vivid imagination, with fleet fingers and profound insights." -Telegram & Gazette
"Vladimir Odinokikh …has brought the art of piano playing to its highest level, is a wonderful chamber music player, and has a limitless repertoire of works at his command."

"His playing commands amazing technical mastery and musical interpretation, culminating in a very unique and distinct style rarely heard today.... In short, Vladimir is a refreshing, lyrical, and exciting performer.”
Michael A. Vitale
Violinist: Boston Symphony Orchestra (1964-1989)
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"Vladimir has proved he is a high class pianist, a brilliant and talented musician."
During our tours together, "he demonstrated erudition and a deep knowledge of different musical styles...
Vladimir's sight-reading is breathtaking!"
Upcoming Special Events
 with Vladimir:

Mendelssohn & Then Some

Friday, July 10th at 7:00 p.m.
United Church of Christ
Keene, New Hampshire

Saturday, July 11th at 7:00 p.m.
Unitarian Church
Montpelier, VT

Sunday, July 12 at 4:00 p.m.
Waterbury Congregational Church
Waterbury, VT

Violinist Sara Dillon, cellist Melissa Perley, and pianist Vladimir Odinokikh will perform concerts built around the Mendelssohn D minor Piano Trio.

 Alongside the famous & joyful Mendelssohn will be pieces of varying genres including tango, Scottish traditional fiddle pieces, film, and more. Other composers represented will include Argentinian Astor Piazzolla, California composer Matthew Owens, and Vermont composers Michael Close and Paul Perley . 
Valentina Levko (@ 1992)
People's Artist of Russia;
International Recording Artist (Eurodisc, Philips, Olympia, Opera D'oro); 
Professor & Vocal Department Head, Gnessin Institute of Music, Moscow