Feb-25-2024 —

"Romeo and Juliet: Tchaikovsky on the Piano" by Yevgeny Sudbin on BIS Records has been selected by Gramophone for its "Critics' Choice: our favourite classical recordings of 2023":
"Yevgeny Sudbin’s BIS album is a heterogeneous but immensely pleasurable affair. Tchaikovsky transcriptions, in two of which he is joined by his 12-year-old daughter, some solo pieces and a bravura arrangement of Glinka’s Ruslan and Lyudmila Overture abound in virtuosity, fun and immaculate taste. ‘Scintillating, and then some’, I wrote, and I stand by that."

Feb-15-2024 —

"Sudbin gives us a Tchaikovsky First of spine-tingling brilliance, poetry and vivacity..Not even Cherkassky at his finest possesed a more elfin sense of difference or caprice" Read Article

Jan-25-2024 —

Yevgeny Sudbin performs his arrangement of Tchaikovsky's "Flower Waltz" with his daughter Bella at the 2023 Gramophone Classical Music Awards


Dec-25-2023 —

Watch Yevgeny Sudbin perform with his daughter how own arrangement of Tchaikovsky's "Flower Waltz" live at the Wigmore Hall.

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Nov-25-2023 —

Radio France recently dedicated a whole programme to the legacy of Yevgeny Sudbin's recordings.

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Sep-25-2023 —

As Covid lockdown ended, Yevgeny Sudbin found himself facing a fearsome personal crisis. He talks to Jessica Duchen about his darkest moment and how he emerged - with a little help from his equally gifted pianist daughter Bella - out of the shadows.

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Oct-30-2022 —

For Yevgeny Sudbin, finding a galaxy of possibilities in Beethoven is a quest informed by looking as well as playing. He opens up to Jessica Duchen (Pianist Magazine) about the challenge of the late sonatas and the value of silence.

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