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A native of Nizhniy Novgorod (Russia), Daniil Trifonov was born in 1991. He is nineteen and is becoming one of
the most poetical pianists on the international scene. In October 2010, he debuted at the “Fryderyk Chopin”
International Piano Competition in Warsaw, winning third prize and a special award for the best mazurka
performance. In Warsaw Trifonov deeply touched great artists such as Martha Argerich and Nelson Freire (both on
the jury) as well as Krystian Zimerman, who all foresee spectacular things in his future.
After Warsaw, Trifonov has collected a series of important debuts across ... Read more

A native of Nizhniy Novgorod (Russia), Daniil Trifonov was born in 1991. He is nineteen and is becoming one of
the most poetical pianists on the international scene. In October 2010, he debuted at the “Fryderyk Chopin”
International Piano Competition in Warsaw, winning third prize and a special award for the best mazurka
performance. In Warsaw Trifonov deeply touched great artists such as Martha Argerich and Nelson Freire (both on
the jury) as well as Krystian Zimerman, who all foresee spectacular things in his future.
After Warsaw, Trifonov has collected a series of important debuts across the world. After having closed 2010 with
various appearances in Germany, Poland, Italy, and Switzerland, 2011 has begun with a series of prestigious
invitations. In Japan, Tokyo requested his presence, in early January, as the only debutante in a “solo recital”
entirely dedicated to him, before the official tour of the competition winners, in which he performed alongside the
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Antoni Wit at the Orchard Hall in Tokyo. The success was enormous also in
St. Petersburg, where the severe audience at the Mariinsky Theatre praised him in February, where he debuted in
a recital at the request of Valery Gergiev. On March 1, 2011 in Warsaw Trifonov closed the festivities of the 2010
Chopin Year with Concerto no. 1 in E minor, performed with Krzysztof Penderecki conducting the Sinfonia Varsovia.
In Italy he debuted in April at the Teatro Regio di Parma with the Orchestra del Regio, alongside another young
talent, Andrea Battistoni, for the first Liszt concert.
Spring 2010 had already started to place Daniil Trifonov in the limelight and arouse interest on the part of critics for
this “rising star” of international piano performance. The excellent results of the solo recital held in May 2010 at the
Teatro La Fenice in Venice (entirely dedicated to Chopin and Scriabin), to which this album bears witness (the
recording also includes the concert held at the Fazioli Concert Hall in Sacile), is a sign of the musical “stature” which
has made Trifonov a well-kept promise on todayʼs music panorama.
Trifonov began studying music at the age of five: an enfant prodige fortunate enough to have as his first great
teacher Tatiana Zelikman, piano instructor at the Moscow Gnessin School of Music from 2000 to 2009 and, before
him, the teacher of other talents of the new Russian School, such as Evgeny Lifschitz, Alexander Kobrin, Alexei
Volodin. The second important stage in his training is recent and dates to 2009, when he attended the Cleveland
Institute of Music, studying with Sergei Babayan, with whom he fine-tuned his technical approach to the piano and
studied in-depth his own interpretive dimension.
Among the competitions Trifonov has taken part in: the Moscow Open Artobolevskaya Competition for Young
Pianists (Moscow, 1999), the International Competition Memory of Mendelssohn (Moscow, 2003), the International
Television Competition for Young Musicians (Moscow, 2003), the Chamber Ensembles Festival “The Return”
(Moscow, 2005, 2007), the Romantic Music Festival for Young Musicians (Moscow, 2006), and the 5th International
Chopin Competition for Young Pianists (2006, Beijing). In 2008, Trifonov also boasted of the victories at the IV
International Scriabin Competition of Moscow and the III International Piano Competition San Marino (First Prize
and Special Jury Prize). In 2010 he represented Russia at the Young Artists “Eurovision” Competition, which was
aired on Eurovision during the inaugural evening of the Wiener Festwochen in Vienna.
Daniil Trifonov has already performed in many countries across the world, in recitals, and with important orchestras.
He has also received awards and recognitions from international foundations and festivals. He has recorded for
radio in Russia, the Czech Republic, and the United States.
He also skillfully dedicates himself to composing and writing music for the piano, for orchestra, and chamber music.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

A native of Nizhniy Novgorod (Russia), Daniil Trifonov was born in 1991. He is nineteen and is becoming one of
the most poetical pianists on the international scene. In October 2010, he debuted at the “Fryderyk Chopin”
International Piano Competition in Warsaw, winning third prize and a special award for the best mazurka
performance. In Warsaw Trifonov deeply touched great artists such as Martha Argerich and Nelson Freire (both on
the jury) as well as Krystian Zimerman, who all foresee spectacular things in his future.
After Warsaw, Trifonov has collected a series of important debuts across the world. After having closed 2010 with
various appearances in Germany, Poland, Italy, and Switzerland, 2011 has begun with a series of prestigious
invitations. In Japan, Tokyo requested his presence, in early January, as the only debutante in a “solo recital”
entirely dedicated to him, before the official tour of the competition winners, in which he performed alongside the
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Antoni Wit at the Orchard Hall in Tokyo. The success was enormous also in
St. Petersburg, where the severe audience at the Mariinsky Theatre praised him in February, where he debuted in
a recital at the request of Valery Gergiev. On March 1, 2011 in Warsaw Trifonov closed the festivities of the 2010
Chopin Year with Concerto no. 1 in E minor, performed with Krzysztof Penderecki conducting the Sinfonia Varsovia.
In Italy he debuted in April at the Teatro Regio di Parma with the Orchestra del Regio, alongside another young
talent, Andrea Battistoni, for the first Liszt concert.
Spring 2010 had already started to place Daniil Trifonov in the limelight and arouse interest on the part of critics for
this “rising star” of international piano performance. The excellent results of the solo recital held in May 2010 at the
Teatro La Fenice in Venice (entirely dedicated to Chopin and Scriabin), to which this album bears witness (the
recording also includes the concert held at the Fazioli Concert Hall in Sacile), is a sign of the musical “stature” which
has made Trifonov a well-kept promise on todayʼs music panorama.
Trifonov began studying music at the age of five: an enfant prodige fortunate enough to have as his first great
teacher Tatiana Zelikman, piano instructor at the Moscow Gnessin School of Music from 2000 to 2009 and, before
him, the teacher of other talents of the new Russian School, such as Evgeny Lifschitz, Alexander Kobrin, Alexei
Volodin. The second important stage in his training is recent and dates to 2009, when he attended the Cleveland
Institute of Music, studying with Sergei Babayan, with whom he fine-tuned his technical approach to the piano and
studied in-depth his own interpretive dimension.
Among the competitions Trifonov has taken part in: the Moscow Open Artobolevskaya Competition for Young
Pianists (Moscow, 1999), the International Competition Memory of Mendelssohn (Moscow, 2003), the International
Television Competition for Young Musicians (Moscow, 2003), the Chamber Ensembles Festival “The Return”
(Moscow, 2005, 2007), the Romantic Music Festival for Young Musicians (Moscow, 2006), and the 5th International
Chopin Competition for Young Pianists (2006, Beijing). In 2008, Trifonov also boasted of the victories at the IV
International Scriabin Competition of Moscow and the III International Piano Competition San Marino (First Prize
and Special Jury Prize). In 2010 he represented Russia at the Young Artists “Eurovision” Competition, which was
aired on Eurovision during the inaugural evening of the Wiener Festwochen in Vienna.
Daniil Trifonov has already performed in many countries across the world, in recitals, and with important orchestras.
He has also received awards and recognitions from international foundations and festivals. He has recorded for
radio in Russia, the Czech Republic, and the United States.
He also skillfully dedicates himself to composing and writing music for the piano, for orchestra, and chamber music.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

A native of Nizhniy Novgorod (Russia), Daniil Trifonov was born in 1991. He is nineteen and is becoming one of
the most poetical pianists on the international scene. In October 2010, he debuted at the “Fryderyk Chopin”
International Piano Competition in Warsaw, winning third prize and a special award for the best mazurka
performance. In Warsaw Trifonov deeply touched great artists such as Martha Argerich and Nelson Freire (both on
the jury) as well as Krystian Zimerman, who all foresee spectacular things in his future.
After Warsaw, Trifonov has collected a series of important debuts across the world. After having closed 2010 with
various appearances in Germany, Poland, Italy, and Switzerland, 2011 has begun with a series of prestigious
invitations. In Japan, Tokyo requested his presence, in early January, as the only debutante in a “solo recital”
entirely dedicated to him, before the official tour of the competition winners, in which he performed alongside the
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Antoni Wit at the Orchard Hall in Tokyo. The success was enormous also in
St. Petersburg, where the severe audience at the Mariinsky Theatre praised him in February, where he debuted in
a recital at the request of Valery Gergiev. On March 1, 2011 in Warsaw Trifonov closed the festivities of the 2010
Chopin Year with Concerto no. 1 in E minor, performed with Krzysztof Penderecki conducting the Sinfonia Varsovia.
In Italy he debuted in April at the Teatro Regio di Parma with the Orchestra del Regio, alongside another young
talent, Andrea Battistoni, for the first Liszt concert.
Spring 2010 had already started to place Daniil Trifonov in the limelight and arouse interest on the part of critics for
this “rising star” of international piano performance. The excellent results of the solo recital held in May 2010 at the
Teatro La Fenice in Venice (entirely dedicated to Chopin and Scriabin), to which this album bears witness (the
recording also includes the concert held at the Fazioli Concert Hall in Sacile), is a sign of the musical “stature” which
has made Trifonov a well-kept promise on todayʼs music panorama.
Trifonov began studying music at the age of five: an enfant prodige fortunate enough to have as his first great
teacher Tatiana Zelikman, piano instructor at the Moscow Gnessin School of Music from 2000 to 2009 and, before
him, the teacher of other talents of the new Russian School, such as Evgeny Lifschitz, Alexander Kobrin, Alexei
Volodin. The second important stage in his training is recent and dates to 2009, when he attended the Cleveland
Institute of Music, studying with Sergei Babayan, with whom he fine-tuned his technical approach to the piano and
studied in-depth his own interpretive dimension.
Among the competitions Trifonov has taken part in: the Moscow Open Artobolevskaya Competition for Young
Pianists (Moscow, 1999), the International Competition Memory of Mendelssohn (Moscow, 2003), the International
Television Competition for Young Musicians (Moscow, 2003), the Chamber Ensembles Festival “The Return”
(Moscow, 2005, 2007), the Romantic Music Festival for Young Musicians (Moscow, 2006), and the 5th International
Chopin Competition for Young Pianists (2006, Beijing). In 2008, Trifonov also boasted of the victories at the IV
International Scriabin Competition of Moscow and the III International Piano Competition San Marino (First Prize
and Special Jury Prize). In 2010 he represented Russia at the Young Artists “Eurovision” Competition, which was
aired on Eurovision during the inaugural evening of the Wiener Festwochen in Vienna.
Daniil Trifonov has already performed in many countries across the world, in recitals, and with important orchestras.
He has also received awards and recognitions from international foundations and festivals. He has recorded for
radio in Russia, the Czech Republic, and the United States.
He also skillfully dedicates himself to composing and writing music for the piano, for orchestra, and chamber music.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.