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Alexei Eremine


Born in Moscow in 1964. He began piano studies at the age of six at the Gnessin School of Music, finishing his degree at the Gnessin Pedagogical Institute, in the classes of Alexander Satz (piano) and Valeri Samolyotov and Irina Anastasieva (Music by Chamber). With the Trio Gnessin, which he formed at that time, he toured several cities in the Soviet Union. In 1990 he participated, with Martha Arguerich, A. Rabinovitch and A. Batagov, in a CD with music by A. Rabinovitch, awarded with the Diapason d’Or. He is a founding member of the Moscow Piano Quartet, the first formation of its kind in Russia, created in 1989, with which he performed numerous concerts in Moscow and St. Petersburg, as well as tours in Latvia and Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Greece, Japan and Benelux. The group also participated in festivals in Estoril, Sintra, Algarve, Alcobaça, Mafra, Assisi, Palma de Mallorca, Macau and Kreuth, among others, and has lived in Cascais since 1993 with the status of «Quartet Resident”.

Alexei Eremine is artistic co-director of the Castelo Branco Festival and has performed with musicians such as Natalia Gutman, M. Berlinskaia, V. Samoliotov and M. Gerónimo. In 1998, he organized, in Porto, a concert for seven pianos that brought together Pedro Burmester, António Rosado, Luis Miguel Borges Coelho, Fausto Neves, Jaime Mota and Luis Filipe Sá, performing a world premiere work by Vladimir Martinov and works by Steve Reich and Morton Feldman, in a performance recorded on CD by the BMG label.

He was a professor at the Gnessin Institute and at the Professional School of Arcos do Estoril, currently teaching at the Superior National Academy of Orchestra.