Alexey Trushechkin Piano 2021

Alexey Trushechkin

Participating at #CMIM2022

Piano 2021 Edition

Piano 2021



Alexey Trushechkin was born in Moscow into a family of musicians. He began his studies with his father and mentor Mikhail Trushechkin. Alexey was accepted at the Moscow Chopin College, to study with Elena Kaminskaya, and later graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory under the tutelage of Maxim Filippov. He moved to Columbus, Georgia, to attend the Schwob School of Music and study with Alexander Kobrin and Eric Zuber. He is currently under the tutelage of acclaimed concert pianist Henry Kramer.

Родившись в Москве в музыкальной семье, Алексей Трушечкин начал учиться у отца и наставника Михаила Трушечкина. Затем он поступил в школу Фредерика Шопена в Москве, где учился у Елены Каминской. Далее Алексей окончил Московскую государственную консерваторию (класс профессора Максима Филиппова), после чего переехал в город Колумбус, в штате Джорджия, чтобы учиться у Александра Кобрина и Эрика Цубера в музыкальной школе имени Швоба. В настоящее время он работает под руководством известного пианиста Генри Крамера.

Maxim Philippov
Elena Kaminskaya
Henry Kramer

Prizes and Awards
2019 : San Jose International Piano Competition – 1st Prize, Audience Award, Award for the best performance of a Russian piece
2018: International Edvard Grieg Piano Competition – 2nd Prize
2018: Los Angeles International Piano Competition – 2nd Prize



BACH: Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 846

HAYDN: Sonata No. 31 in A-flat major, Hob XVI:46

Allegro moderato • Adagio • Finale (Presto)

CHOPIN: Étude No. 10 in B minor (Études, Op. 25)

SCRIABIN: Sonata No. 9, Op. 68, “Black Mass

Moderato quasi andante • Molto meno vivo • Allegro – Più vivo • Allegro molto • Alla marcia • Più vivo • Allegro • Più vivo • Presto • Tempo primo

RACHMANINOFF: Allegro agitato in C minor (Études-Tableaux, Op. 39)

LISZT: Étude No. 6 in A minor (Grandes études de Paganini, S. 141)

Theme and variations (Quasi presto, a capriccio)


Alexey Trushechkin is generously sponsored by François Godbout.