Kholodenko plays with the precision you would expect of a Van Cliburn winner — alternating carefully controlled freneticism with elegant restraint.
Kholodenko performs to a sold out crowd, presenting Schumann and Scriabin that could not have been played more beautifully.
Kholodenko and friends from the Fort Worth Symphony give a winning chamber performance
The Fort Worth Symphony’s gamble with a tricky program pays off magnificently with Vadym Kholodenko at the piano.
Vadym Kholodenko’s sparkling, supple take on the C Major Mozart Piano Concerto came as no surprise.
Kholodenko and conductor Harth-Bedoya seem intent on lavishing every possible interior nuance upon Grieg’s 1869 Concerto in A Minor.
Kholodenko’s youthful fire lifts old favorites
For a truly outstanding recording of the Grieg, turn to Vadym Kholodenko, Miguel Harth-Bedoya and the Norwegian Radio Orchestra.
Since sweeping all the major prizes at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2013, Vadym Kholodenko has been hailed by the press all over the world as a bona-fide artist with a highly refined sense of individualism.
A superb technique is invisible and understated. To give all of these works just the right performance, which he did, they had to be profoundly thought out and understood.