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equally for his “verve, wit, and delicatesse” (Boston Musical
Intelligencer) and his “infinite tenderness” (Vechernyaya Odessa), Artem Belogurov
has an extensive repertoire, ranging through three centuries of solo
and chamber works. He has a particular affinity for the Viennese
classical style, in which he is distinguished by his use of
improvisatory ornamentation. His interest in period pianos of all
kinds extends through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He is
also a discerning advocate of contemporary music, and collaborates
(both as a performer and as an editor) with a number of composers. In
2009 he had the honor of performing the Boston premiere of Elliot
Carter’s Catenaires for solo piano.
a soloist and in chamber groups, Artem has performed in a wide variety
of venues, among them Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory in
Boston, North Texas University, the Odessa Philharmonic Hall in
Ukraine, and the Rachmaninoff Society in St. Petersburg, Russia.
received his early training at the Stolyarsky School of Music in
Odessa, Ukraine, majoring in music theory, piano performance, and
composition. In 2009, he received his Bachelor of Music in Piano
Performance from the New England Conservatory in Boston, where his
primary teachers were Gabriel Chodos, Patricia Zander, and Victor
Rosenbaum. He has also studied with Peter Serkin.
2007, Artem attended the Aspen Music Festival, and in 2009 the
Tanglewood Music Festival. In 2010, he studied with Robert Levin at the
Sommerakademie of the Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. He
has participated in masterclasses with Christian Teztlaff, Emanuel Ax,
Claude and Pamela Frank, Garrick Olssohn, Alexander Lonquich, James
Levine, and Andras Schiff.
projects this season include a cycle of the complete Mozart sonatas,
performed on fortepiano, a program in honor of Liszt’s birthday year,
comprising many of Liszt’s own favorite pieces, and several programs
of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American composers, as
well as the recording of two CDs of music by the Boston composer Tony
Schemmer, and a variety of programs with the violinist Emil Altschuler.