Andrey<br /> Tcymbalistenko


  • Years of work: 2009 - 2022
  • Assistant Professor

Andrei Tсymbalistenko is a talented virtuoso pianist, who graduated from Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (2013) at the class of Prof. Zinaida Ignatieva, a laureate of the very prestigious International Frédéric Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw (1960) and a student of the outstanding Soviet pianist and composer Samuil Feinberg.

Andrei has been teaching at the Moscow Conservatory’s Faculty of Solo Piano Performance at the Department headed by Prof. Sergei Dorensky (2015–2020), currently headed by Prof. Andrei Pisarev. Andrei Tсymbalistenko was an assistant of Prof. Ignatieva (2015–2022), currently he is an independent teacher at the named department.

He is a laureate at the following international piano contests: Classical Legacy in Moscow (1st prize); Frédéric Chopin Competition in Petrozavodsk (Russia, grand prix); Jeunes Talents in Montrond-les-Bains (France, 1st prize); Carl Filtsch Competition in Sibiu (Romania, 1st prize); the competitions in Königs Wusterhausen (Young Piano Stars) and in Troisdorf (Germany, 1st prizes at both), as well as the competitions in Milan (Piano Talents) and in Ischia (Italy, 3rd and 2nd prizes respectively). He is also a diploma winner at the competitions in Lagny-sur-Marne, Lyon and Valence (France); special prize at the competition in Valence (Teresa Llacuna) for the performance of Liszt’s transcription of Schubert’s Erlkönig.

Andrei performs his solo recitals at the Moscow Conservatory concert halls on a regular basis, as well as performs concerts and teaches master classes in Russia, France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Spain and other countries. He has performed with the Kaluga Youth Symphony Orchestra (Russia) and the Obninsk Municipal Chamber Orchestra (Kaluga Region). He participates at various international music festivals and serves as a jury member at international piano competitions. He prefers to perform the repertoire of Western European Romanticism, especially pieces by Chopin, Schumann and Liszt.

Andrei’s scholarly activities include his work at the Moscow Conservatory’s Record Office (since 2009), where he currently holds the position of Deputy Head. He is an author of a number of articles on the archival materials, as well as engaged in the preparing of regular exhibitions and conferences of the Conservatory.