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Wolfsonian Museum - Miami Beach (FL) / 8PM
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Konstantin Khachikyan was born 28/07/1995 in Moscow; graduated Moscow Conservatory College in 2014 In 2014-2019 he has been studying at Moscow Tchaikovsky conservatory and was awarded with the title “top graduate of piano faculty in 2019”. Now Konstantin continues studying in post-graduate program with Honored artist of Russia Professor Andre Pisarev.
He frequently plays in the Grand hall of Moscow conservatory, Tchaikovsky concert Hall, Rachmaninoff concert Hall (Philharmonic-2), and other prestigious venues of Moscow. Besides he played in such halls as concert hall «Estonia» (Tallinn), Grand Hall of Astana Philharmonic, Salle Moliere in Lyon, Warsaw National Philharmonic, Lewellin hall in Canberra among others.
In autumn 2013 he was a member of the «New names» charity foundation delegation on its presentation in Charkiv and Tallinn playing as a soloist as well as a chamber musician. In summer 2015 he gave a number of recitals within the «Casalmaggiore international festival» (Italy). Participated in the master classes by «Russian piano school 2016» in Tokyo. In February 2017 Konstantin gave a charity concert in the name of S.Lyapunov in the Russian Ambassador residence in Paris and was awarded a Diploma for contribution to the preservation of the cultural heritage by the "Renaissance francais" society. In August 2017 Konstantin gave a number of recitals in Germany within the "Kawai Junge Elite" project.
In 2015 he performed the solo piano part in the J.Robbins ballet "In the night" (Nocturnes by Chopin) and F.Ashton's "Marguerite and Armand" (Liszt Sonata h-moll) for the world ballet stars including S.Polunin, N.Somova, G.Smilevsky, and N.Ananiashvili. In April 2018 Konstantin performed at the opening ceremony of the Rachmaninoff monument in the recently founded “Philharmonic-2” concert hall.
Since 2017 appears in the Moscow Philharmonic programs such as “Rachmaninoff days”, “Young talents”, “All-Russian philharmonic seasons”, “XXI century stars” and others.
Konstantin collaborates with Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, Tchaikovsky Symphony orchestra, NSO, RNYSO, conductors D.Raiskin, V.Uryupin, D.Lotoev, T.Zangiev, and others.
In 2019 he made his debut as a cinema actor, filming in the “Etude #2” movie, which was released in 2020