Andrey Tsvetkov

Andrey Tsvetkov studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Kiev. After studying piano with Prof. Ryabow, which he graduated with honors, he began his solo and chamber music career as well as his work as a teacher and accompanist at music colleges and universities in Ukraine. Since 2011 he has been teaching as a répétiteur at the Carl-Philipp-Emanuel Bach Music High School in Berlin. His repertoire includes an admirable variety of works from all eras. His fine musical feeling inspires many excellent musicians. This enables him to collaborate with exceptional musicians such as Tanja Becker-Bender, Zoltan Zagrosek, Zhijiong Wang etc. and in a wide variety of formations. Numerous appearances and projects in various places in Eastern and Western Europe have enriched his experience as a pianist, which he has passionately shared with the young generation of instrumentalists for years. In his career as an experienced répétiteur, he worked with pedagogues such as Prof. Schmidt, Prof., Tomaszewski, Prof. Honda-Rosenberg, Prof. Tetzlaff, Prof. Blacher and Prof. Erxleben and others.

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Andrey Tsvetkov studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Kiev. After studying piano with Prof. Ryabow, which he graduated with honors, he began his solo and chamber music career as well as his work as a teacher and accompanist at music colleges and universities in Ukraine. Since 2011 he has been teaching as a répétiteur at the Carl-Philipp-Emanuel Bach Music High School in Berlin. His repertoire includes an admirable variety of works from all eras. His fine musical feeling inspires many excellent musicians. This enables him to collaborate with exceptional musicians such as Tanja Becker-Bender, Zoltan Zagrosek, Zhijiong Wang etc. and in a wide variety of formations. Numerous appearances and projects in various places in Eastern and Western Europe have enriched his experience as a pianist, which he has passionately shared with the young generation of instrumentalists for years. In his career as an experienced répétiteur, he worked with pedagogues such as Prof. Schmidt, Prof., Tomaszewski, Prof. Honda- Rosenberg, Prof. Tetzlaff, Prof. Blacher and Prof. Erxleben and others.

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Andrey Tsvetkov

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