Pavel Egorov - biography and creativity
Outstanding pianists to their success went from the verychildhood. Pavel Egorov was born in difficult post-war years, but he was able to overcome all the difficulties of that time and is now one of the most famous performers of classical music. His work was recognized not only in Russia, but also in Poland, where he received the title of Honored Worker of Culture.
Many know that Pavel Yegorov is a pianist. His family was not well-off, but from childhood he was accompanied by music. His mother Polina Egorova was harmonious, she participated in the Second World War. Fundamental education Pavel Grigorievich received in Moscow, where he graduated from the Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
Later, already in 1980 (at the age of 32) hefinishes graduate school of the Leningrad Conservatory, which is famous for the quality of its education. After receiving additional qualifications, the master of the stage begins to perform at many major music competitions. Now he is a member of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Society and an academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.
For the first time about himself, the pianist declared at the contest inZwickau, which was devoted to the work of Schumann. In 1974, he took on the first prize, which is considered one of the most prestigious musical awards. Later he became one of the jury members of this competition, and in 1989 he was awarded the Robert Schuman International Prize. In the same year, Pavel Grigorievich was included in the Society named Schuman, which is located in Dusseldorf.
Pavel Yegorov was actively engaged in researchwork, the main theme of which was the work of a favorite composer. The result of this work was the release of the complete collection of works by Schumann in seven volumes. In 2010, in honor of the bicentenary of Robert Schumann's Birthday, Yegorov held a marathon concert lasting about seven to eight hours (in the press and sources different times are mentioned).
Now Pavel Egorov is an outstandingteacher, master classes to which lines of performers from different countries of the world are built. He annually visits Belgium, Germany, Taiwan, Holland and Sweden, where he gives several lessons for pianists. At one time the master worked abroad at the universities of Seoul and Daegu.
The most visited of his master classes arethose that he leads in Rome. Every year, La scuola Russa collects a large number of eminent musicians. During the time of teaching in Russia Pavel Yegorov released several famous pianists. For example, Dmitry Yefimov now works as an accompanist at the Mariinsky Theater, and Yury Posolomakov received the first prize of the Rakhmaninov Competition. Other students reached no lesser heights.
The main passion Pavel Yegorov (pianist)calls collection of classical music. He proudly tells about rare records in his collection, the circulation of which does not exceed several dozen copies. The entire collection has more than three thousand discs.
Now in the artist's collection there are also author'srecording. He is often invited to professional recording studios with world-wide names, for example, several times he performed classical works for Sony. The result of one of the works at the Sony studio was the disc "57 Chopin Mazurkas". At studios they like Pavel Grigorievich for an interesting style of performing classics with appropriate improvisations and constant searches for a new variation. In recent years, it has become increasingly spoken of as one of the most subtle performers of Chopin. He could feel the works of the great composer and breathe life into them. At the same time, he does not use excessive expression when performing the performance, but maintains a balanced sound.