SPOTIFY TOP 10 TRACKS WITH DANIEL KHARITONOV

In our second Spotify ‘Top 10’ artist track picks, we have pianist Daniel Kharitonov giving us his selection of wonderful Rachmaninov and Mozart piano concertos performed by Vladimir Ashkenazy and Krystian Zimerman, amongst classics such as Ravel’s Bolero and Beethoven’s Symphony No.9.

Every month a HarrisonParrott or Polyarts artist will give us their top 10 spotify tracks. This month we kick off with HarrisonParrott's Russian pianist Daniel Kharitonov with his selection of piano favourites

daniel kharitonov travels to asia to perform a 10-recital tour across japan

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24 November 2017


Continuing a prolific season of international concert engagements, Daniel Kharitonov makes his way to Asia to perform a 10-recital tour across Japan in November 2017 to venues including the Shirakawa Hall in Aichi (25 Nov), Izumi Hall in Osaka (26 Nov), Fukuoka Ginkgo Honten Hall, Fukuoka (28 Nov), Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall (30 Nov), Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall (2 Dec) and Kyoto Concert Hall (5 Dec) featuring works by Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin and Liszt.

This month also saw Daniel’s successful debut with the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra in a solo recital and two performances of Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paginini.

Daniel Kharitonov Debuts At The Royal Festival Hall

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23 October 2017
Daniel Kharitonov debuts at the Royal Festival Hall performing Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No.1, with Vladimir Ashkenazy and the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra on 26 October. The concert is part of the Philharmonia Orchestra’s large-scale Voices of Revolution: Russia 1917series. This follows his highly successful debut with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra last week playing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.4 under the baton of Christoph Altstaedt. 

Daniel debuted with the London Chamber Orchestra and Vladimir Ashkenazy as part of the Ghent Festival of Flanders earlier this month.

London Chamber Orchestra At Gent Festival Van Vlaanderen

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28 September 2017


After a well-received performance at George Enescu International Festival in September, London Chamber Orchestra is now traveling to Belgium for a concert at Gent Festival van Vlaanderen on 2 October. 

Under the conductorship of Vladimir Ashkenazy, soloists Daniel Kharitonov and Lucienne Renaudin Vary join the Orchestra on stage in Shostakovich’s Concerto for Piano, Trumpet and Strings. The combination of decades of experience with the youthfulness of Lucienne and Daniel promises to be a very interesting encounter. They have previously performed together in 2016 at the 12th edition of the International D-Marin Classical Music Festival in Bodrum, to critical acclaim. 

The concert programme also features Beethoven’s The Creatures of Prometeus Overture and Symphony No.5.

Daniel Kharitonov Performs Season Opening Concerts In Germany

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11 September 2017


Daniel Kharitonov performs season opening concerts with the Thüringer Symphoniker Saalfeld-Rudolstadt (15 and 16 September) and the Philharmonisches Orchester Hagen (19 September). The repertoire features Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.1 and Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. 

Further ahead, this season sees Kharitonov perform his debut at the Royal Festival Hall with the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra as part of the Philharmonia Orchestra’s large-scale ‘Voices of Revolution: Russia 1917’ series. He also debuts with the London Chamber Orchestra as part of the Ghent Festival of Flanders. Both concerts are conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy following their first encounter last year.

Daniel Kharitonov Debuts With The Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra

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11 August 2017

Daniel Kharitonov debuts with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra on 28 August as part of the Orchestra’s summer festival. He performs Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.1 under the baton of Hikaru Ebihara. 

Despite his young age, Daniel has already undertaken an extensive recital tour of Japan in 2015. This was followed by a tour with the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pavel Kogan in February 2016, which included venues such as Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall and Osaka Symphony Hall, and finally led on to his solo recital debut at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan in December 2016. 

Following his upcoming performance with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, and fuelled by the success of his 2015 tour, he will embark upon a 10-recital tour across Japan in November 2017 to venues such as the Shirakawa Hall in Aichi, Izumi Hall in Osaka, Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall and Kyoto Concert Hall.

Daniel Kharitonov Performs At Bunka Kaikan In Tokyo

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20 December 2016
On 27 December Daniel Kharitonov heads to Japan to give a solo recital at Tokyo’s prestigious Bunka Kaikan featuring works by Liszt and Chopin.

The recital follows a concert with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia with Vladimir Spivakov featuring the prize winners of the Tchaikovsky competition at the Moscow International House of Music alongside Clara-Jumi Kang on 22 December.

Daniel’s upcoming highlights include a performance of Liszt’s Piano Concerto No.1 with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra "Evgeny Svetlanov" under the baton of Valentin Uryupin in his native Moscow, a debut with the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra and Dmitry Liss, and his London concert debut with the London Chamber Orchestra and Christopher Warren-Green. He will also perform recitals at the Auditorio del Palacio de Congresos de Zaragoza and in Madrid as part of the Scherzo Jóvenes Intérpretes series.

London Chamber Orchestra And Tonhalle-Orchester ZÜRich Tour To Bodrum

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12 August 2016
At the 12th edition of the International D-Marin Classical Music Festival in Bodrun, Turkey, HarrisonParrott is delighted to manage the tours of the London Chamber Orchestra and Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich to the festival.

On 21 August, under the conductorship of Vladimir Ashkenazy, the London Chamber Orchestra accompanies soloists Daniel Kharitonov and Lucienne Renaudin Vary in their performance of Shostakovich’s Concerto for Piano, Trumpet and Strings. Lucienne Renaudin-Vary recently won the Instrumental Soloist Révélation award of the Victories de la Musique Classique 2016, while Daniel Kharitonov emerged as one of the brightest talents of the Tchaikovksy International Competition in 2015, when his performance brought him the Third Prize. 

The concert programme also features Beethoven’s The Creatures of Prometeus Overture and Symphony No.5.

Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich also perform two evening concerts on the main stage of the festival, under the baton of its Music Director and Conductor Lionel Bringuier and two soloists. The first of the orchestra’s concerts (25 August) includes a performance of Dvořák’s Cello Concerto by Gautier Capuçon, followed by Schumann’s Symphony No.4. Then on 26 August, Patricia Kopatchinskaja joins the orchestra to perform Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, the second half of the programme features Dvořák’s Symphony No.8.

Daniel Kharitonov Makes His Debut With The Budapest Festival Orchestra

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3 June 2016

Daniel Kharitonov gives his debut with the Budapest Festival Orchestra under Iván Fischer at Mariinsky II on 9 June performing Liszt’s Piano Concerto No.1.

Daniel enjoys a flourishing concert career having emerged as one the brightest talents of the Tchaikovsky Competition last summer. Further ahead this summer, Daniel will also make his debut with the London Chamber Orchestra under Vladimir Ashkenazy and perform Shostakovich Piano Concerto No.1 with Mariinsky Soloists at Gergiev’s Mikkeli festival.

Harrionparrott Signs Pianist Daniel Kharitonov

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8 April 2016

HarrisonParrott is delighted to welcome pianist Daniel Kharitonov to its roster for worldwide general management.
 
Kharitonov emerged as one of the brightest talents of the 2015 Tchaikovsky International Competition when, at the age of 16, he was awarded Third Prize. 
 
He regularly works with Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra (including at the Stars of the White Nights Festival), and with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra and National Philharmonic of Russia.
 
Further afield, he has performed at New York’s Carnegie Hall (as part of Musical Olympus International Festival’s gala concert), at the Annecy Classic and International de Colmar festivals in France, with the China Philharmonic and Guangzhou Symphony orchestras, and with Brazil's Orquestra Sinfônica Municipal de São Paulo.
 
Forthcoming highlights include the Duszniki International Chopin Piano Festival and his debut with the London Chamber Orchestra under Vladimir Ashkenazy.