Russian-born Israeli pianist and composer, the winner of the International Russian Music Competition 2011, has made his New York concerto debut in 2005 performing
the Schumann Piano Concerto under the baton of Philippe Entremont.
In 2006 Mr. Levyatov made his Lincoln Center recital debut at Alice Tully Hall. In reviewing this recital Allan Kozinn of
The New York Times said “the performance as a whole had an appealing electricity.”
Recently, Mr. Levyatov has been heard in Bogota, Colombia with the Bogota
Philharmonic. In 2011 and 2012 Levyatov has toured Alaska performing at the Sitka Music Festival and Juneau Jazz and Classics.
In 2008 and 2009 he was a soloist with the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra NY. Mr. Levyatov received the Harold Bauer Award, NY in 2005 and 2006; the Dorothy
McKenzie Artist Recognition Award, NY in 2001 and 2004; and the Clairmont Prize, Tel Aviv, 2003. He's been a scholar of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation since 1990.
Mr. Levyatov was the Silver Medalist at the International Boesendorfer Piano Competition, 2008.
Other appearances have included performances at Steinway Hall, Barge Music,
United Nations, and the Prestige Series at IKIF, Mannes School of Music, New York City; Alaska Pacific Univesity, Anchorage; St.-Mary College of Maryland; Thornton
School of Music at USC, San Francisco; Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix; Menora Hall, Manchester, England; Philharmonic Hall, St.Petersburg, Russia;
Spiegelsaal, Rheinsberg, Germany; Auditorium de Cajacanarias, Tenerife, Spain; Jerusalem Music Center, and the Tel Aviv Museum of Arts.