Vadim Gluzman, Johannes Moser  & Andreï Korobeinikov 

At 7.30pm

Vadim Gluzman (violin), Johannes Moser (cello) and Andreï Korobeinikov (piano)

Making a welcome return to Drogheda, cellist Johannes Moser will be joined by his trio partners Vadim Gluzman violin and Andreï Korobeinikov piano for a genuine starry line up. Performing Shostakovich’s two very contrasting piano trios along with Schubert’s mammoth first piano trio and Arvo Pärt’s sorrowful Mozart Adagio.

Please note it is subject to change depending on further Covid-19 restrictions.


Yevgeny Sudbin is forced to withdraw from the May leg of the trio tour with his friends Vadim Gluzman and Johannes Moser, due to recent changes in the schedule beyond the control of all three artists as a consequence of the pandemic. These recent changes make it impossible to find common time for the necessary preparation of these concerts. We’re grateful that Andreï Korobeinikov will replace him.


Shostakovich Piano Trio No.1 c minor Op.8

Schubert Piano Trio No.1 B flat Op.99 D898

Silvestrov Piano Trio Mozart-Augenblicke

Shostakovich Piano Trio No.2 e minor Op.67

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Universally recognized among today’s top performing artists, Israeli violinist Vadim Gluzman is acclaimed for his appearances with the Berlin Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, London Symphony, Royal Concertgebouw under Riccardo Chailly, Christoph von Dohnányi, Tugan Sokhiev, Michael Tilson Thomas and other leading conductors. Mr. Gluzman has introduced the public to new works by Sofia Gubaidulina, Giya Kancheli, Moritz Eggert, Elena Firsova, Lera Auerbach and Pēteris Vasks, and is planning premiere performances of concertos by Erkki-Sven Tüür and Joshua Roman. Accolades for Gluzman’s striking catalogue of recordings for the BIS label include the Diapason d’Or of the Year, Gramophone’s Editor’s Choice, Classica magazine’s Choc de Classica award, and Disc of the Month by The Strad, BBC Music Magazine, and Classic FM. Distinguished Artist in Residence at The Peabody Conservatory, Gluzman performs on the extraordinary 1690 ‘ex-Leopold Auer’ Stradivari, on loan through the Stradivari Society of Chicago.


German-Canadian cellist Johannes Moser has performed with the world’s leading orchestras and works regularly with conductors of the highest level.

His recordings include the concertos by Dvořák, Lalo, Elgar, Lutosławski, Dutilleux and Tchaikovsky, which have gained him the prestigious Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik and the Diapason d’Or. In August 2019 his latest release featured the works of Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn with Alasdair Beatson, Piano.

Highlights of the 2020/21 season include extended projects with the Symfoniorkest Vlaanderen, Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn, Orchestre National d’Ile de France and Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, as well as performances in Czechia, The Netherlands, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland and the United States.

Johannes is renowned for his efforts to expand the reach of the classical genre to all audiences, and his passionate involvement in commissioning new works for his instrument.

Johannes Moser plays on an Andrea Guarneri Cello from 1694 from a private collection.


After winning more than 20 international prizes, Andreï Korobeinikov was awarded the First Prize of the Scriabin International Piano Competition in 2004, and a year later, the Second & Audience Prize at the Los Angeles’ Rachmaninoff International Piano Competition.

An unusually atypical artist, he offers fascinating recital programmes in which poetry and literature meet music.

Since his first recital at the age of 8, Andreï Korobeinikov has performed on some of the greatest international stages, such as the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, La Scala in Milan, Suntory & Hamarikyu Asahi Halls in Tokyo, Vienna & Berlin Konzerthaus, Budapest Liszt Academy, Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Moscow Conservatory, Washington Performing Arts Center, Saint Petersburg Philharmonia, Zurich Tonhalle, Auditorium du Louvre, Auditorium de Radio France in Paris and London Wigmore Hall.

He is also regularly invited to Festivals such as La Roque d’Anthéron, Radio France Montpellier, Menton, Gstaad, and La Folle Journée which takes place in Nantes, Tokyo & Warsaw.

Among other orchestras, Andreï Korobeinikov has performed with Philharmonic orchestras of Saint Petersburg, Dresden, Johannesburg and Moscow; the symphony orchestras of Vienna, St Gallen, Tokyo NHK, Lahti, Hamburg, Innsbruck or Stavanger; as well as the Berlin Konzerthausorchester, the Bremer Philharmoniker, the Orchestre National de France, the Orchestre de Paris, the Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse, the Sinfonia Varsovia, the Kremerata Baltica, the Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphony and the Budapest Festival Orchestra. He has played under the baton of Yuri Temirkanov, Ivan Fisher, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Okko Kamu, Jean-Claude Casadesus, Lawrence Foster, Mikhail Pletnev, Antoni Wit, Alain Altinoglu, Dmitri Liss, Andris Poga, Alexander Vedernikov, Pinchas Steinberg, and Vladimir Fedoseyev.

In chamber music, he plays regularly with cellists Alexander Kniazev and Johannes Moser, and violinists Dmitri Makhtin and Vadim Repin, as well as the Borodin Quartet, Régis Pasquier, Henri Demarquette, Alexander Bouzlov, Boris Berezovsky.

Andreï Korobeinikov recorded all Scriabin’s works for solo piano Complete Etudes, Shostakovich’s Piano Concertos n°1 and n°2 with the Lahti Symphony Orchestra and Okko Kamu for the Mirare label, as well as an album dedicated to Brahms with cellist Alexander Kniazev, with the Bayerischer Rundfunk. His recording received multiple awards more than once (Diapason d’Or, Choc Classica…). His most recent recording with Johannes Moser of Rachmaninov and Prokofiev’s Works for Cello and Piano on Pentatone Records also received a Diapason d’Or.

Born in 1986 in Russia, Andreï Korobeinikov had his first piano lessons at the age of 5 and entered Andreï Diev’s class at the Moscow Conservatory in 2001. He graduated with the “Best Musician of the Decade” special distinction. The year after, he attended the Royal College of Music in London.

Andreï expresses his multiple talents in different spheres: at the age of 17, he gained his Law Degree at Moscow’s Law University and published several works, including the one on intellectual property. At the same time, he composed poetry and music, and learned Esperanto.

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