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Dmitri Levkovich

Dmitri Levkovich

Pianist and composer Dmitri Levkovich has appeared at many of the most prestigious concert halls including Carnegie Hall, Beijing's National Center for the Performing Arts, Theatre des Champs Elysees, Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory and and the Mariinsky Theater’s Concert Hall in St. Petersburg. He has collaborated with conductors Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Spivakov, Jahja Ling, and George Pehlivanian and has been featured as soloist with numerous orchestras, among them the Cleveland Orchestra, Utah Symphony, China National Orchestra and the Gulbenkian Orchestra of Portugal. Dmitri was invited to take part in Music Festivals that included Deer Valley, New Contemporary Piano Faces at Mariinsky, Gergiev Festival in Rotterdam, Salzburg Whitsun and Ravello.

Since entering the competition stage in 2005, Dmitri has received seventeen top prizes at International Piano Competitions, including China International Piano Competition, Cleveland, Jose Iturbi, Gina Bachauer International Artists and Vendôme Prize. In 2009, Dmitri had set record numbers when, only in a six week period, he won over 100,000 dollars in competition prizes.  

Most recently, Dmitri won the German Piano Award. This victory will result in performances in Berlin, Bratislava, Doha, Munich, Tbilisi, Sacile and Shanghai amongst others, as well as a CD release of Rachmaninoff’s 24 Preludes.

Dmitri studied piano with renowned pianist Sergei Babayan. He is also a graduate of Curtis Institute of Music in composition. Dmitri has successfully taught piano and chamber music master classes at various universities across the world, has served as a jury member and had his compositions performed by orchestras in the United States and Europe.