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NIKITA LUKINOV CLASSICAL MUSIC SERIES

Sunday 5th February

Time: 3pm

NIKITA LUKINOV CLASSICAL MUSIC SERIES at the Festival Drayton Centre

** POSTPONED FROM SUNDAY 9TH OCTOBER 2022 **


Heralded for “magic of music-making at its finest” (Keyboard Charitable Trust) and praised as “Exceptional talent” (The Scotsman), Nikita Lukinov is one of the most exciting pianists of a younger generation residing in Scotland. In recent years he performed as a soloist in the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, France, Poland, Croatia, Germany and Russia, appearing at Wigmore Hall, Southbank Centre, Kings Place, Fazioli Hall, Tchaikovsky Conservatoire in Moscow.


Highlights of 2021 include:
1st Prize at “Sheepdrove” UK Intercollegiate Competition, 2021; Gran- Prix at the International Competition “Tokyo Stars”, Japan 2021; 2nd Prize at the Franz Liszt International Piano Competition, Spain 2021. In Summer 2021 and 2022, Nikita was a part of the Verbier Festival in Switzerland - the world’s leading festival of classical music.


Nikita is a recipient of scholarships from Robert Turnbull Piano Foundation, Drake Calleja Fund, Liechtenstein Academy of Music, The Munster Trust, HelpMusicians Postgraduate Award and Voronezh’s State award “For outstanding cultural achievements”. Nikita is one of the musicians at the Talent Unlimited and Live Music Now Scotland schemes.


A disciple of the Russian Piano School Nikita Lukinov started his musical education in the class of Prof. Svetlana Semenkova at the age of six in Voronezh, Russia. At the age of 14 Nikita won a full scholarship to study at the Purcell School in London in the class of Prof. Tatiana Sarkissova. In 2017 Nikita won a full scholarship to study Bachelor's Degree at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) with Prof. Petras Geniušas.


Nikita is currently pursuing his Master's Degree at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on a full scholarship from ABRSM. His debut CD is scheduled for release in Autumn 2022 with KNS Classical label.


“Exceptional Talent” The Scotsman

“Magic of music-making at its finest” Keyboard Charitable Trust

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Standard: £15.00
Child U16 £5.00
Friends: £12.50
Event Details
Sunday 5th February
 3pm
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