Alexander Gindin is one of the most popular Russian piano music performers
The repertoire of Alexander Gindin is truly huge. He plays music of all styles and eras, at his concerts you can hear the entire world musical palette, from Baroque compositions for harpsichord to modern piano pieces. Of particular note is the huge number of concerts for piano and orchestra - one gets the feeling that Gindin outplayed them all.
Vivid performances of Gindin regularly take place in concert halls of Russia, Great Britain, Germany, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Japan and other countries of the world. He collaborates with leading orchestras in Russia and Europe. Among the conductors associated with Gindin's joint performances are V. Ashkenazi, Yu.Domarkas, Yu.Simonov, V. Sinaisky, V. Spivakov, M. Pletnev ...
Gindin does not ignore chamber music. He played in an ensemble with Vladimir Spivakov, A. Borodin State Quartet, oboe player Alexei Utkin, cellists Chaushyan and Rudin.
Among the interesting creative projects of Gindin, the Quartet of Pianos should be noted. Famous musicians from Russia, France, the USA, Holland, Turkey and Greece took part in it. The concerts of the Quartet of Pianos were successfully received by the Moscow public. A year later, the program of the Quartet of Pianos (rarely performed music by Ravel, Debussy, Lavignac, Millau and Bizet-Wilberg) was played in France, Turkey and Azerbaijan.
Alexander Gindin performed in concerts of the “Piano Triumph” personal subscription held at the Moscow House of Music. In those evenings, unusual duets, ensembles and music sounded accompanied by the orchestras of Vladimir Spivakov and Pierre Amoyal.
Gindin organized the “Festival of Piano Duets”, the musical forum “The Magic of the Piano”, and the charity concert “Musicians for Peace”.
Alexander Gindin gave several concerts with the Moscow State Academic Chamber Choir led by V. Minin.
A creative and active person, Alexander Gindin is always open to new trends in art. In 2012, he took part in the play “Demons” staged by Yuri Lyubimov.
Under the artistic direction of Alexander Gindin, the Swedish Royal Festival takes place.
Creative tandem with Nikolai Petrov