A laureate of the Margueritte Long-Jacques Thibaud International Piano Competition in Paris (1983) pianist Volodymyr Vynnetsky has performed with the leading orchestras of Ukraine, as well as with the Poznan Symphony Orchestra (Poland), the Paris Radio and Television Orchestra, the Scottsdale Symphony Orchestra, the Livonia Symphony Orchestra (Michigan), and many others.
He has appeared in many prestigious concert halls, including Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Steinway Hall, the Phillips Gallery in Washington D.C., the Great (Bolshoi) Hall at the Moscow Conservatory, the Theatre Champs d'Elysees, and St. John's Smith Square in London.
Volodymyr Vynnytsky has also earned the reputation of a brilliant chamber music performer, appearing with such noted ensembles as the Kyiv Chamber Orchestra "Perpetuum Mobile", the Leontovych String Quartet, the St. Petersburg String Quartet, and Zapolsky String Quartet from Denmark. He has also performed at numerous music festivals, including Connecticut's Music Mountain, the Mohonk Festival of the Arts, the Windham Chamber Music Festival, Lake San Marcos Chamber Music Society in California, and the Music and Art Center of Greene County, where he has served as artistic advisor and resident pianist since 1996. He performed at the Shostakovich Festival at the Moores Opera House in Houston, Texas in 2000, and most recently was invited to be a special host in the Rachmaninoff International Festival Concert held at Herbert Zipper Concert Hall, Los Angeles 2002. He has also been featured on WQXR-FM in New York and NPR.
Born in Lviv, Ukraine, Volodymyr Vynnytsky studied at the Lviv Music School for Gifted Children and later at the Moscow Conservatory. After earning his doctorate in 1983 from the Moscow Conservatory, he taught at the Kyiv Conservatory and concertized extensively throughout Ukraine, the other republics of the former Soviet Union, and Europe.
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