The reopening of Leighton House in October after a major refurbishment provides the perfect venue to host our new recital series showcasing some of the outstanding young talent of today in the magnificent Kensington Studio of the former president of the Royal Academy Frederic, Lord Leighton. As an ardent believer in offering young and talented musicians a platform, Lisa Peacock is delighted to present some of the most exceptional young pianists of today in this first Season entitled “Discoveries” with the full support of Leighton House.
On 7 March please visit Leighton House for piano recital by Victor Maslov. Victor has enjoyed success in various international competitions, including the Rachmaninoff Competition for youth pianists in Moscow, Antwerpiano Competition in Antwerp and Classic Piano Competition in Dubai. He made his debut at the age of 9 as soloist with Moscow State Symphony Orchestra performing the Grieg Piano Concerto. He has performed in many international festivals and in venues including Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Cadogan Hall, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Great Hall of Moscow Conservatoire, Smetana Hall and Rudolfinum.
In 2021, Victor graduated from the Royal College of Music having completed his Artist Diploma as a Carne Trust Junior Fellow, and previously having received his Masters of Performance with Distinction and his Bachelor of Music with a First Class grade. At the RCM, Victor studied piano with Professor Dmitri Alexeev and Professor Vanessa Latarche, and conducting with Toby Purser. Upon his graduation, Victor was announced as the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Rose Bowl for his achievements at the RCM, which was awarded to him by HRH Charles, The Prince of Wales in May 2022.
- RACHMANINOFF 6 Études-Tableaux Op.33
- JANACEK Excerpts from “On an overgrown path”
- STRAVINSKY/Agosti “Firebird”