We thought you might enjoy seeing snapshots of some of the halls in which Vladimir has performed throughout his career. Take a look.
Gnessin Concert Hall,
Auditorio Blas Galindo,
Centro Nacional de las Artes,
Exterior - Royal Festival Hall,
RUSSIA: The Grand Hall, Moscow State
Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Moscow
Palacio de Bellas Artes
Ekatarinburg Philharmonic Concert Hall
Sonata No. 2,
Opus 36: Allegro Agitato (1st mvt.)
Rachmaninoff: Elegy, Opus 3, No. 1
Rachmaninoff: Lilac, op. 21, No. 5
Prelude in B Flat Major, op. 23, No. 2
"Vladimir Odinokikh (piano) and Andrey Yakovlev (violin) played together for 2 1/2 years. During this time, they mastered a large concert repertoire which permitted them the opportunity to concertize prolifically.
As a duo, they won many competittions. Their performances stimulated significant interest and were highly appraised.
Vladimir manifested excellent qualitiies in so many varied chamber music settings. This included all of the Hindemith sonatas for orchestral instruments with piano; Brahms' quintets; the Bach Brandenburg Concertos; and more. All of his performances were executed at an exceptionally high level."
P.S.: "I am also aware that Vladimir's teaching at the Voronezh Institute of Arts* was highly praised by the institute's leadership."
Valery Samoletov, Chair
Department of Chamber Music, Gnessin Institute, Moscow
About Vladimir's award winning duo partner, Andrey Kakovlev:
Andrey is now conductor of the Natalia Satz Musical Theatre Orchestra in Moscow. He has also recorded as Conductor of the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra and the Life Guard Lithuanian Regiment Orchestra.
Vladimir early in his career working with violinist Andrey Kakovlev in Moscow.
L'Isle Joyeause (The Happy Island)
First Sonata for Flute: Allegro moderato (1st mvt.) (Andrew Schneider, Flute; Vladimir Odinokikh, Piano)
Concert Halls Around The World
Please scroll down to view audio and video selections with Vladimir playing:
Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Hindemith, Martinu, and Stravinsky.
Sonata, op. 11, No. 4 for Viola & Piano. (Peter Sulski, Viola; Vladimir Odinokikh, Piano)