- Култура и традиција
Wed, 06/30/2010 - 16:47
Macedonian pianist Simon Trpceski has established himself as one of the most remarkable young musicians to have emerged in recent years, performing with many of the world`s greatest orchestras and delighting audiences worldwide.
Simon works regularly with a list of conductors that includes Zinman, Andrew Davis, Maazel, Jurowski, Tortelier, Pappano, Ashkenazy, Dutoit, Alsop, Dudamel, Petrenko and Noseda. He has performed extensively in the United Kingdom, including regular appearances with the London Symphony, Philharmonia Orchestra, London Philharmonic, City of Birmingham Symphony and the Halle Orchestra.
In North America, he performs regularly with many of the major orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Chicago Symphony, Pittsburgh and the orchestras of Los Angeles, San Francisco, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Toronto, to name but a few. In Asia and Australia, Simon has performed with the New Japan Philharmonic, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Seoul Philharmonic, Sydney and Melbourne symphony orchestras and on tour with the New Zealand Symphony.
Simon is a superb recitalist, and has given solo performances in cities including New York, London, Tokyo, Paris, Munich, Prague, Milan, Hamburg, Bilbao, Dublin, Seattle, Toronto, San Francisco, Portland, Atlanta and Vancouver, on the main stage of the Concertgebouw, as well as at the United Nations headquarters on the occasion of the closing of the sixty-second session of the U.N. General Assembly, at the invitation of the session`s President, H.E. Srgjan Kerim.
Born in the Republic of Macedonia in 1979, Simon Trpceski has won prizes in international piano competitions in the U.K. (London International Piano Competition 2000), Italy and the Czech Republic. From 2001 to 2003, he was a member of the BBC New Generation Scheme, and in May 2003, he was awarded the Young Artist Award by the Royal Philharmonic Society. A 2002 graduate from the Faculty of Music of the University of St. Cyril and St. Methodius in Skopje, where he studied with Professor Boris Romanov.