Described by the Gramophone Magazine as "virtuoso of power and poetry", Eldar 
Nebolsin is regularly invited by the most famous orchestras and festivals in Spain and the world. 

His professional career started after his triumph at the XI 'Santander International Piano Competition' in 1992, where, with only 17 years, won the Grand Prix and the award for the best performance of a Mozart piano concerto. A year before he came to Spain to study at the Piano Chair, sponsored by the Banco Santander Foundation, in the School of Music Reina Sofia with Head Professor Dmitri Bashkirov. 

In 1999 he agreed to this school as a teacher and, in 2006, to the International Institute of Chamber Music in Madrid, where he taught until 2012. In 2005 Eldar Nebolsin was unanimously awarded the Sviatoslav Richter Prize. Since 2013 he is piano professor at the prestigious Hochschule Hanns Eisler Berlin. 

Since 2006 he is an exclusive artist of the Naxos label. His debut album with the Rachmaninov “preludes” received excellent reviews from the international press. His next album, the piano concerti and "Totentanz" by Liszt with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Vasily Petrenko, has spent more than eight consecutive months at the head of the bestsellers of Naxos. In The next albums for Naxos were Ernst von Dohnanyi’s Variations of Nursery Theme, with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Jo-Ann Falletta, and Chopin’s all works for piano and orchestra with the Warsaw Philharmonic and Antoni Wit, released in 2010. 

Earlier recordings include two albums for Decca a solo works by Chopin and Liszt, and Chopin’s Piano Concerto with the Deutsches Symphony Orchester Berlin and Vladimir Ashkenazy. 

For the season 14/15 he will make his debut with the New Zealand Philharmonic Orchestra, will perform as re-invited in Warsaw, Valencia, Madrid, Berlin and Oviedo and will made an extensive tour in Holland with the conductor Nikolaj Alexeev.

27th, 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st of May, 2018
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