“The act continues like this for one glorious hour: story, song, story, song. Soukhovetski’s charming personality, interesting anecdotes and mastery of ivories hold the audience in a trance, never once letting go until his standing ovation.” – Dan’s Papers
2019 Innovation Award Winner from Music Academy Of The West Konstantin has a uniquely diverse artistic voice that reaches out to both classical and popular audiences. Konstantin’s multidisciplinary projects frequently involve dance and film.
In 2020 Konstantin joined the adjunct faculty of his alma mater The Juilliard School, where he received his BM, MM, and AD with Jerome Lowenthal. In 2022 Konstantin was named Director of Pedagogy and Narrative Musicianship at Bronx School For Music.
Konstantin’s post-COVID live performances include October 30th with Brooklyn Chamber Orchestra, the debut of two-piano project SOLO DUE with Jacopo Giacopuzzi in La Jolla, CA, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. In February 2022 Konstantin appears at BATURA Festival in St. Sebastian and Canary Islands, Spain. This season Konstantin appears with the GCTYO Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of Polina Nazaykinskaya.
In the Fall of 2022 return to NYC’s Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall with Pegasus: The Orchestra.
In summer 2021 Konstantin resumed his Artist-in-Residency at Pianofest In The Hamptons.
In April 2022 Konstantin will premiere ballet Encounters by Polina Nazaykinskaya for MorDance Company at Symphony Space, NYC. During the COVID-19 lockdown, Konstantin has recorded Polina’s piano miniatures on OClassica label, available on iTunes and Apple Music: Remembrance, Anticipation, and A Summer Rain.
Konstantin’s solo violin composition Postcard from The Edge is featured on 2 different CDs of renowned violinist Elmira Darvarova. In 2022 Konstantin signed an exclusive publication deal with OE Oficina to publish all his transcriptions as original works.
Konstantin is currently working on a libretto for an opera commissioned by Mississippi Opera, to premiere in the 2023 season.
Konstantin’s work as an actor includes both theater and film, most recently as Juror 12 in AlphaNYC virtual production of 12 Incompetent Jurors. Konstantin was also the narrator with Miami Symphony’s Musimelange performance Stravinsky’s Soldier’s Tale, Forbidden Juilliard as multiple characters at The Juilliard School and Club Makkor in NYC and Victor or Children in Power as Young Victor at Moscow State Satire Theatre, Moscow, Russia.
Konstantin stars as Pavel Sidorov in the 2014 feature film Dishonorable Vendetta directed by Andre Josef. His other film credits are short features Decent Men, Ossetia and Hansel and Gretel, Carbon Based, Pictures.
Konstantin is a recipient of over 16 awards from leading international piano competitions, as well as PD Soros Fellowship For New Americans.
Born in Moscow to a family of artists he studied at the Moscow Central Special Music School, where he double-majored in piano and composition.