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Afternoon Melodies | Piano Recital

  • 2 Jun 2024
  • 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Lifeway Church,130 William St Devonport


  • For general audience member admission - students, non-members of the TMTA.
  • For TMTA members wishing to attend only the concert.

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Experience an afternoon of captivating piano melodies with internationally acclaimed pianist, Alexey Yemtsov. Hailing from Ukraine, Alexey's journey with the piano began at the age of six, and his dedication and commitment swiftly propelled him to stages around the world. Join us for an hour of unparalleled musical elegance as Alexey skillfully interprets works by master composers, transporting listeners with his exquisite artistry and the timeless beauty of classical piano. The 70-minute program will include composers such as Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, Debussy, Rachmaninov, and Liszt.

Hosted at The Lifeway Church in Devonport. Free parking on-site. Tea and coffee will be available to keep you warm.

Alexey will give a piano masterclass prior to the concert. TMTA members can purchase a Masterclass/Recital package ticket via the TMTA website, or single tickets available at the door.

For further information please contact Dominique Baker.


Alexey Yemtsov is one of the finest pianists of his generation in Australia, playing with powerful virtuosity, technical precision, and tender lyricism. He has performed in London, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem and toured extensively throughout China, Japan, Russia, Ukraine, Australasia and the United States, including a performance for former US President, Bill Clinton.

Born in Ukraine, Alexey commenced piano at age of six and gave his first concerto performance at ten. Winning First Prize and the President’s Special Prize in the Horowitz International Piano Competition just two years later, he went on to win First Prize in the International Prokofiev Competition, and was recorded live for the release of the “Great Pianists of the Twentieth Century” Collection (Polygram Classics). He was a Major Prize Winner of the Pozzoli and UNISA International Piano Competitions in 2004 and 2008 respectively.

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