Roman Sevostyanov, born in 1987 in Chelyabinsk, began to play piano at the age of six. From 1993 to 2003 Roman learnt in the Special Children’s Art School of the Tchaikovsky South Ural State Institute of Arts with I.G. Stavrov, S.V. Shurunov and L.G. Yekimova and finished it with excellent grades. Loyal to his professors, he continued to study piano in the Musical College of the Tchaikovsky South Ural State Institute of Arts with Honored Cultural Worker of Russia Lyumila Yekimova and graduated with honors in 2007. The same year Roman’s musical studies took him to the Gnessin Academy of Music in Moscow to the class of Prof. Vera Nosina.
During five years in the academy, he also participated in masterclasses given by such musicians as Evgeny Levitan (Russia), Yury Rozum (Russia), Yury Bogdanov (Russia), Yury Slesarev (Russia), Mikhail Lidsky (Russia), Ruben Muradyan (Russia), Andrzej Jasiński (Poland), Zuzana Niederdorfer-Paulechová (Slovakia), Kevin Kenner (USA), Jarosław Drzewiecki (Poland), Rafael Salinas (Spain) and others.
A talented young pianist, Roman was awarded grants from the New Names Foundation and the Gifted Children Program under the Administration of Chelyabinsk. In 2006, he received a scholarship from the Governor of the Chelyabinsk Region for his achievements in performing arts. Roman was the laureate international competitions and festivals, such as Art of the 21st Century (first prize, Ukraine, Kiev/Vorzel, 2005), Musica Classica – the Romantic Era (first prize, Russia, Moscow Ruza, 2009), the 6th International Forum of Pianists Bieszczady bez granic (the Main Award from the Fryderyk Chopin Institute, Warsaw, and the Special Prize from Director of the Częstochowa Philharmonic, Poland, Sanok, 2011).
Since 1996, Roman has successfully concertized in Russia and collaborated with conductors Anton Grishanin (Russia), Yury Bervetsky (Ukraine), Adam Klocek (Poland) and others. He has performed in all major venues in Chelyabinsk, such as the Glinka Opera and Ballet Theater, the Prokofiev Hall, and the Organ Hall. Roman continues to distinguish himself as a versatile solo, orchestral, and chamber music player. His repertoire embraces pieces by Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Debussy, Ravel and other distinguished composers.
Ближайшие концерты с участием Романа Севостьянова
- 29.03.23 в 18:30 — Сирень Рахманинова
- 16.04.23 в 18:00 — Мировые рок и поп-хиты
- 23.04.23 в 12:00 — Волшебный саксофон 6+ (из цикла "В стране музыкальных инструментов")
- 15.05.23 в 18:30 — Сказки Венского леса