Sergey Ostrovsky, Violin Solo with Piano
Accompanied by Eugenia Pilyabina on Piano
Ysaye Sonata n2 "Obsession" 15 min,
Brahms Sonate n 1 op 78 G major 25 min
Ravel Tzigane 9 min
Concert Meister Sergey Ostrovsky is the First Concertmaster of Orchestre de la Suisse Romande in Geneva, and founder of the "Aviv" String Quartet. He is a winner of the 3rd Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition (1999, Grand Prix and 4 Special Prizes), Bordeaux String Quartet Competition (2003), Aviv National Music Competition (1999, Tel Aviv) and other top prizes: "Schubert and Modernity" Competition (2003, Graz, Austria, 2nd Prize and Schubert Prize) and Rodolfo Lipizer Violin Competition ( Italy, 1995). Sergey Ostrovsky performed as a quartet member and as a soloist at internationally renowned venues, including Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Kennedy Center, and The Library of Congress, Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Tonhalle, Auditorium du Louvre, Theatre du Chatelet, Theatre de la Ville, De Doelen Rotterdam, Sydney Opera House, Capetown City Hall, Durban Concert Hall, Cologne Philharmonie, Beethoven House, Wiener Konzerthouse, Tchaikovsky Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Valensia Concert Hall and other venues too numerous to mention through out Israel, Germany, Austria, England, France, Ireland, Holland, China, Canada, Portugal, South Africa, and Brazil.
As a soloist Sergey performed with orchestras such as Israel Philharmonic, Cape Philharmonic (Capetown), Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Durban Nathal Philharmonic, Moscow Philharmonic, Johanessburg Philharmonic, Israel Chamber Orchestra, Israel Kibbutz Orchestra, Young Israel Philharmonic, "Amadeus" Chamber Orchestra (Poland) Nizhny Novgorod (Gorky) Philharmonic, Beer Sheva Sinfonet and "Tel Aviv Soloists" ensemble under the baton of Philippe Entremont, Zeev Dorman, Uriel Segal, Doron Solomon, Barak Tal, Vag Papyan, Alexander Vedernikov, Alexander Skulsky, Vladimir Ziva, Yaron Gotfried, En Shao, Li Xincao, Agnezska Duzmal, Ovidiu Balan and Omri Hadari.