A new release of Scriabin's Prometheus, Fifth Piano Sonata and Poem of Ecstasy is now released!

"One would be remiss not to acclaim Yevgeny Sudbin in both Prometheus and the Fifth Piano Sonata. He has the perfect gleaming tone for this music, powerful and tight without a hint of harshness, along with a fine sense of rhythm. Scriabin’s main melody in the sonata has a built-in lopsided wriggle to it, just a touch sexy. Sudbin instinctively gets it right. This is an outstanding release in every way." Steven Kruger, FANFARE


All proceeds from CD sales via this website will be going towards the support of refugees affected by the war until the end of this year.


Sheet music for my arrangement of Tchaikovsky's Romeo & Juliet Fantasie Overture is now avialble online, either as a Hardback copy or a PDF. You can watch the piece performed on my channel.


Watch a concert streamed from Tippet Rise Arts Centre, Montana on November 12 at 6pm MDT, with Vadim Gluzman and Johannes Moser


The health crisis is having a huge impact on artists all around the world. While the restrictions have significantly limited our ability to reach a wider audience, I have set up a Patreon page where new performances & recordings are being uploaded on a regular basis that are otherwise not available. There is still an inherent need for culture & music and I believe it is this that will help us all get through these difficult times.



Yevgeny will be joining Felsner Artists for General Management representation


Yevgeny's latest Beethoven recording receives unanimous international critical acclaim and wins awards, including 'Choc' de Classica (April 2019 edition), 10+10+10, 'Choix' de France Musique, 'Disc of the Week' - Radio 3 Record Review (30th of March 2019), among others.



New recording is now released on BIS of Tchaikovsky and Babajanian piano trios as well as Sudbin's arrangement or Schnittke's Tango "Life with an Idiot", performed by Yevgeny Sudbin, Vadim Gluzman and Johannes Moser 

Watch this stunning footage of the Tchaikovsky trio being performed at the foothills of Rocky Mountains.


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.

Read Feature Article


New recording of Beethoven's late piano works is now released! Featuring Piano Sonatas Op. 110 and Op. 111 as well as the Six Bagatelles Op. 126.


Watch this stunning video of the Tchaikovsky Trio performed at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Montana.

With Vadim Gluzman (violin) and Johannes Moser (cello).

Recording to be will be released soon!



For the first time, Medtner's 2nd Piano Concerto is performed by the Dusseldorf Symphony Orchestra. Yevgeny makes his debut with the orchestra, conducted by the brilliant Aziz ShokhakimovReview of the concert


'Sudbin’s performance was one of the highlights of an all-Russian program' read review of Yevgeny's thrilling debut with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, accompanied by Hannu Lintu


What would you do if you had to take a break from piano? Yevgeny on photography, sailing, family life, cloakroom queues astrophotography and funny glasses. Read the Guardian interview here


Explosive bravura and white-hot emotion are qualities often associated with Rachmaninov’s concertos, but for Russianborn pianist Yevgeny Sudbin the key to interpreting this music is sincerity through informed intuition. Read Yevgeny's interview for the International Piano on performing and recording Rachmaninov's most well-known piano concertos.


This recording concludes the cycle of Beethoven Piano Concertos. Sudbin and Vänskä have travelled to Helsinki to team up with Tapiola Sinfonietta. Order here


Yevgeny's latest Scarlatti recording made it into Forbe's Top 10 Best Classical Recordings of 2016


‘I don't think it's particularly healthy to focus on just one thing for the most part of your life. I try to give myself a variety of other challenges. This helps me as a person – and it helps me stay sane. Read full interview


Sudbin's new Scarlatti recording is among six recordings, nominated for the 2016 Gramophone Classical Music Award.


Yevgeny's new Scarlatti recording tops UK's Classical Charts and receives unprecedented critical acclaim world-wide.



Yevgeny's lifelong love affair with Scarlatti has seen him return to the studio to make another disc of the composer's sonatas, 10 years on from the acclaimed debut recording of Scarlatti that thrust him inot the public eye. Jeremy Nicholas meets an extraordinary musical mind who has been hailed as 'potentially on eof the greatest pianists of the 21st century'. Read full cover story here: part 1, part 2part 3part 4


Yevgeny talks about his regular visits to the Royal Academy of Music and the challenges of teaching in this short video clip


"The triumph of this disc is not that it makes you think ‘what wonderful playing’, but ‘what wonderful sonatas’. Again and again you marvel at Scarlatti’s endless invention...A winner." Read full review in the Gramophone by Harriet Smith


"Sudbin deploys a luminous spectrum of timbre, a clear interpretative focus and a finely tuned imagination to encapsulate their very essence. This is a wondrous disc." - Gramophone Read full review


The Making of Scarlatti Vol. 2. Watch this 'behind the scenes' video clip, filmed in St. George's, Bristol.

With the 2005 release of his first recording for BIS Records, Yevgeny Sudbin catapulted into pages of the international music press. The disc in question was a Scarlatti recital that prompted reviewers worldwide to compare the then 24-year old pianist in the most flattering terms to Scarlatti experts such as Horowitz and Pletnev. It consequently earned a long list of distinctions, including an Editor’s Choice in the Gramophone, with an accompanying review which described it as ‘among the finest, certainly most enjoyable of all Scarlatti recitals’.


Return to Scarlatti. Yevgeny's 10th Anniversary disc at BIS is available now!



Scriabin & Medtner 3rd Piano Concertos recording wins the 2016 International Classical Music Award !!


Sudbin and Vänskä perform all Beethoven piano concertos in Minnesota: "Minnesota Orchestra's Beethoven event makes the routine sublime"

The concerts were attended by 15,400 people with sold out concerts: Minnesota Orchestra's big Beethoven party pays off


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