Pavel Gintov in Concert

Performing with SETO Philarmonic Orchestra (Japan), (c) Banazo On Sunday, April 27th, Ukrainian pianist, Pavel Gintov will perform a concert in the sanctuary of the Jewish Temple.  The one hour concert will begin at 3:00 pm.  A reception will follow.  Continuing the long tradition of the Fuhrer-Bindursky cultural arts series, this program is free and open to the public.  No tickets needed.  Open seating.

Pavel Gintov brings to life musical stories.  Described by international music critics as a “poet of the keyboard” and a “musical storyteller,” his Alexandria program will include:

Haydn; Debussy; Chopin; Ernest Bloch; Scriabin; Skoryk; and Beethoven – a vivid mixture of many cultures, rhythms, and moods.  His charming style illuminates heartfelt introspection, combining a clean and brilliant technique with marked sensitivity.  Learn more at

Mr. Gintov, now living in New York as a Doctoral candidate at the Manhattan School of Music, made his debut at the Kiev Philharmonic Hall at the age of 12.  Since then, he has toured Europe, Asia, Africa and the United States.  Pavel graduated with honors from Moscow State Conservatory.

He has competed in many competitions around the world, and has won first place in competitions such as the Premiere Takamatsu International Piano Competition in Japan, the 2010 Bradshaw and Buono International Piano Competition and First Prize in The World Competition in 2013. Mr. Gintov has also won numerous other special awards, such as the Bach Prize in the Rina Sala Gallo International Piano Competition in Italy, and the Prize for the Best Performance of Russian Music in the Russian Music International Piano Competition in San Jose, California.

He has also been a soloist with Tokyo Royal Chamber Orchestra, the State Orchestra of Ukraine, Shizuoka Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa, the National Symphony Orchestra of the Dominican Republic and Manhattan Chamber Orchestra under such conductors as Michiyoshi Inoue, Victor Yampolsky, Thomas Sanderling, Vladimir Sirenko and Shinsaku Tsutsumi.

Please join us for this free concert, open to the public, at the Jewish Temple, 2021 Turner Street in Alexandria (next to the YMCA).  To learn more, call the Temple at (318) 445-3655, email, or check