“Dmitry is one of the very few pianists I have heard in the last years to have a real, authentic individual voice in music making. He is a musician of integrity and unusually high sensitivity and his control of the instrument allows this sensitivity to come across to audiences.”
Dmitry Ablogin is one of the most aspiring pianists of the younger generation dedicated to period instruments. His in depth classical piano training at Gnessin Academy of Music in Moscow makes up the foundation of his work.
Dmitry Ablogin is one of the most distinctive young pianists around, specializing in playing on period instruments. He studied at the Gnessin Academy, from which he graduated with honours in 2012. He continued his education in Germany, studying fortepiano with Jesper B. Christensen at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt.
A finalist of the 1st International Chopin Competition on Period Instruments in Warsaw (2018), Dmitry has won prizes in numerous piano competitions, including the Nikolai Rubinstein in Paris, Vera Lotar-Shevchenko in Novosibirsk, German Piano Open in Hanover and Musica Antiqua in Bruges.
Dmitry Ablogin plays F. Chopin Polonaise-Fantaisie in A Flat Major, Op. 61 at the Discovery Series of the MIPF, in 2019.
Dmitry Ablogin plays F. Chopin Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op. 9 No. 2 at the Discovery Series of the MIPF, in 2019.
Russian pianist Ilya Itin speaks about Nikolai Medtner's Op. 38 & 39 "Forgotten Melodies", prior to a performance of the same pieces.
This first event of MIPFA academic year 20/21 premieres our virtual platform —the first of many to come during this season!