“Konstantin Soukhovetski is rapidly earning a reputation as a “young pianist who captivates” with his “distinctive lyricism”, “immaculate technique” and “vigor…refinement… and drama”
— The New York Times
2019 Innovation Award Winner from Music Academy Of The West Konstantin is an artist of diversity of genres that reach out to both classical and popular audiences.
In May 2021 Konstantin returns to Mondavi Arts Center in Sacramento, CA to perform Brahms 2nd Piano Concerto with Auburn Symphony. Konstantin will also appear at NYC’s Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall with Rachmaninoff’s 4th Piano Concerto. Konstantin is touring US with his new piano cabaret show (Konstantin’s own arrangements) as well as programs of new music mixed with iconic piano repertory.
As a composer Konstantin’s solo violin work “Postcard from The Edge” is featured on Elmira Darvarova 2019 CD. He is also composing for film and voice and is working on an operatic libretto for a new production of Mississippi Opera in 2021.
In the fall semester of 2020 Konstantin joins the faculty of his alma mater The Juilliard School teaching his interpretation enhancement course Narrative Musicianship.
In summer 2021 Konstantin will return to Pianofest In The Hamptons for his 9th year of Artist-in-Residency where he mentors, teaches, performs and hosts live streams of over 15 performances. Konstantin hosts a podcast Kreative by Konstantin on YouTube where he talk music and life with some of our generation’s most influential creatives.
Konstantin is a recipient of over 16 awards and is an alumnus of The Juilliard School where he has earned his BM, MM, and AD degrees under the tutelage of Jerome Lowenthal. Born in Moscow to a family of artists he studied at the Moscow Central Special Music School, under the auspices of the Moscow State Conservatory, with Anatoly Ryabov.
“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