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Kirill Gliadkovsky’s performances have been met with great enthusiasm by both audiences and music critics in Europe, Russia and North America. Josef Woodard, a critic at the Los Angeles Times, writes: "…the intensity and a nicely honed musicality left the audience stunned…enthrall[ed]…all in all, a gripping and masterful performance". Dany Margolies at The Malibu Times describes his playing thusly: "wondrous range… impassioned depth…enormous physical and emotional power…a complete artist". “Fine dramatic sense…appealing range of emotional effects and pianistic devices…wonderful” writes Fort Worth Star-Telegram; “impressive…memorable… [a] deep musician… fine interpretation” – Izvestia (Moscow, Russia). Since making his first public appearance at the age of 6, Mr. Gliadkovsky has toured extensively on three continents performing piano and organ recitals and appearing as soloist with orchestras. He has collaborated with such well-known conductors as Pierre Boulez, Mehli Mehta, Gordon Johnson, John Farrer, Mischa Semanitzky, and Alexander Treger. Venues have included Moscow’s prestigious Bolshoi, Maliy and Rachmaninoff Halls; St.-Petersburg Philharmonic’s Glinka Hall; Purcell Hall, London; Merkin Hall, New York; Jack Singer Hall, Calgary; Royce Hall and First Congregational Church, Los Angeles; Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa, CA; Centers for the Arts in Scottsdale and Chandler, AZ; National Gallery of Art and Catholic University, Washington, DC; Philharmonic Hall, P