“Impeccably stylish performance”
The Independent (UK)
Laureate of the world’s most prominent piano competitions – including the Leeds, Rubinstein, Long-Thibaud, Queen Elisabeth, as well as International German Piano Award – London-based pianist Andrejs Osokins is one of the most sought-after Latvian pianists. He was described by critics as impeccably stylish, praised for his powerful intellect and charisma, wide expressive sound palette, notably convincing in many different styles of music.
Liszt Sonetto 104 del Petrarca - A. Osokins in Latvian National Opera
Leeds finalist Andrejs Osokins plays Prokofiev (I)
Rachmaninov - Piano Concerto No. 2 - A.Osokins & V.Fedoseyev - 1st Movement
Romance in F sharp major Op.28 No.2. Einfach
Phantasy in C major, Op. 17
I Durchaus phantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen
II Mäßig. Durchaus energisch
III Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten
3. Oh Lieb, so lang du lieben kannst
Sonata in B minor S. 178
Robert Schumann / Franz Liszt
Liebeslied S. 566. Widmung op. 25 nr 1 / Op.25 No.1
American record label Prima Classic has released Andrejs Osokins' new album “Two Worlds”, dedicated to two outstanding composers – George Gershwin and Claude Debussy. It depicts both composers as creators of a new style piano music and the beginning of the 20th century as a time of pursuit and experimentation in music.
The layout of all 24 tracks on the album was purposefully and conceptually curated. The album demonstrates the search for musical means of expression by both composers while vividly revealing the mood that prevailed in Europe and the US in the early 20th century.
Even before the album was released three singles that were released – were included in prominent classical music playlists on Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music.
Album "Two Worlds" was nominated by prestigious Opus Klassik in four categories.
THE THREE OSOKINS
IN LATVIAN PIANO MUSIC
Ivanovs, Jānis (1906-83)
Maskats, Arturs (b.1957)
Skulte, Ādolfs (1909-2000)
Vasks, Pēteris (b.1946)
Vitols, Jāzeps (1863-1948)
Zālīts, Jānis (1884-1943)
Performed by piano dynasty Sergejs Osokins, Andrejs Osokins and Georgijs Osokins