Elisey Mysin - 12 (Russia)
Mazurka op.6, #1 in f-sharp minor
Mazurka op.7, #2 in a minor
Waltz op.34, #2 in a minor
Waltz op.34, #3 F Major
Polonaise op.26, #1 in c# minor
Nocturne op.15, #2 in F-Sharp Major
Etude op.10, #8 F Major
Etude op.25, #2 in f minor
Scherzo op.54, #4 in E Major
Elisey Mysin was born in 2010 in Stavropol, Russia.
Elisey began to study piano at the age of four. Today he is studying at the Central Music School and Academy of Art in Moscow with Professor Natalia Trull and Professor Daniil Tsvetkov.
Elisey Mysin is a prizewinner of international competitions, including the "Astana Piano Passion" international piano competition (2017, Kazakhstan), Vladimir Krainev online international piano competition (2020, Moscow, I prize), Vladimir Krainev international piano competition (2021, Moscow, I prize), 4th Zhuhai International Mozart Competition for Young Musicians (2022, China, I prize), and International Schumann Competition Düsseldorf (2023, Germany, I prize), as well as the Cleveland International Piano Competition for Young Artists (2023, USA, I prize).
Elisey has collaborated with orchestras such as the State Academic Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Symphony Orchestra, Leningrad Region Symphony Orchestra, Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra, and more. He has performed in prestigious concert venues such as Tchaikovsky Concert Hall (Moscow), Zaryadye Moscow Concert Hall, Bolshoy Theatre (Moscow), Moscow International House of Music, and many others.
He has appeared in renowned festivals including the "Russian Seasons" (Italy, 2018), "The Amadeus Weekend" (Austria, 2018), "Classical Young Stars" (Austria, 2018), Arturo Michelangeli International Music Festival (Trento, Italy, 2019), "Baikal Stars," "InClassica" International Music Festival (Dubai, UAE, 2021), "Bieszczady Bez Granic" (Sanok, Poland, 2022, main prize of the festival), and "International Keyboard Odyssiad & Festival" (Colorado, USA, 2023).
Elisey participated in masterclasses with Mikhail Voskresensky, Andrzej Yasinsky, and Eugen Indjic.
Elisey is a scholarship recipient and an active participant of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation, "New Names" International Charity Foundation, and "Yamaha" Foundation.