Recently described by The Globe and Mail as an “excellent pianist”,and praised for his strong technique by the Toronto Star, Vadim Serebryany has been acclaimed by audiences and critics on five continents for his sensitive and intelligent music making. An Honours graduate with Distinction from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Vadim went on to complete his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at New York City’s Juilliard School, under the tutelages of Oxana Yablonskaya and Jacob Lateiner. The final leg
of Mr. Serebryany’s formal education took him to Yale University, where he completed his studies in the Doctor of Musical Arts program under the brilliant Russian pianist and teacher Boris Berman. Since graduating, Mr. Serebryany has performed in Europe, South America, Australia and throughout North America, and in 2004 completed his fifth consecutive recital tour of Japan. Vadim has collaborated with such prominent artists as choreographer Mark Morris, baritone Gary Reylea, cellists Suren Bagratuni and Eugene Osadchy, violinists Mayumi Seiler, Almita Vamos, Julia Bushkova and Yosuke Kawasaki, and the Glenn Gould String Quartet. In 2007 he and Mr. Kawasaki made their recital debut at Carnegie Hall. During the 2005-2006 season Mr. Serebryany embarked on a three year project to perform the complete piano sonatas
and chamber music of Beethoven at La Sierra University in Riverside, California, where he serves as Artist in Residence.