Sudbin's latest solo recording is now released world-wide.
Works include sonatas and fairy tales (among other works) by Nikolai Medtner as well as selected Preludes by Sergei Rachmaninoff.
Sudbin peforms the Scriabin Piano Concerto with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra conducted by Michael Seal.
‘Sudbin’s gleaming, transparent chains of notes fell elegantly and expressively into place’ - The Arts Desk
'Yevgeny Sudbin...wound his way out in intricate tracery, tender, round articulation and a brilliant tone without acidity. There were no great gestures, no mannerisms, just a very honest, solemn and modest performance that made for my personal highlight that afternoon.' - Bachtrack
"this interpretation...belongs to the pinnacle of Sudbin’s output to date", 10/10 Klassik-Heute.com
Disc of the Week, CD Review BBC Radio 3 and 5/5 The Daily Telegraph
"a fascinating addition to the catalogue", Gramophone
Yevgeny Sudbin is delighted to announce that he has joined the roster of the highly esteemed music agency Askonas Holt
for general management (excluding North America). He will be working with Jilly Clarke
(director) and Charlotte Yuen
In its centenary year, the Critics' Circle today announced its third annual Critics' Circle Music Award, and we are thrilled that Yevgeny Sudbin has been named the recipient of the Exceptional Young Talent award in the Instrumentalist category.
Another product from the successful collaboration with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lan Shui, is now available! This time it is Rchmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 1. Order an autographed copy here!
Gramophone Magazine Interview: From Fatherhood and Photography to Tackling Beethoven's Piano Concertos with the Minnesota Orchestra, the Russian Pianist is Taking Everything in his Stride, finds Caroline Gill.
"Brilliant Beethoven: Sudbin and Vänskä launch their concerto cycle in style!" Read full review here
On Safari, Eggs Benedict and Soloist Life. Interviewed by Dorothy Wu.
Yevgeny Sudbin hasn't looked back since the release of his critically acclaimed Scarlatti debut in 2005. Five years and five recordings later, and having just signed up for a further 14 discs, he tells Edward Bhesania the story so far. Great Expectations is the feature article in International Piano magazine.
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Yevgeny talks to Geoffrey Norris about the challenges of playing Chopin and his practice habits in an interview in the Evening Standard.
There are not many pianists that find immediate world-wide recognition with a debut recording: however, this is precisely what happened to Yevgeny Sudbin in 2005. Read on (in German)...
Sudbin becomes one of BIS's best-selling artists
Yevgeny Sudbin talks to Willem Boone about Scarlatti, Haydn, Medtner, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, the virutes of slow practice and stagefright
Read full interview here
Yevgeny signs a new contract with Swedish record company BIS, two years before the old one runs out.
Yevgeny Sudbin stands out among his generation as a young pianist with great sensitivity, imagination and musical insight. To mark the release of his CD featuring Scarlatti keyboard sonatas, he talks to Chloe Cutts about these 'original and happy freaks'.
Part 1, Part 2
"From the opening octave cascades to the tender warmth of the first theme, and on to its filigree development, Sudbin's playing had the delicacy of the composer's own of this work, and his dynamics were calibrated with comparable finesse. Abetted by Yan Pascal Tortelier and the BBC Philharmonic, the second movement's Chopinesque mood came gracefully across, while the springtime charm of the closing allegro was irresistible."
Yevgeny Sudbin talks to Michael Church
Stephen Hough and Yevgeny Sudbin in conversation with Jeremy Nicholas about the upcoming Rachmaninov piano concertos series at the Prom
Read the ineterview: part 1, part 2
Scriabin recording wins the 2008 MIDEM Classical Award for the Best Instrumental CD of the Year
Pianist Yevgeny Sudbin discovers that getting too caught up in Scriabin's music can bring you to the brink of madness.
Read Gramophone article