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Evgeny Kissin was learning to play piano before age 3, performing his first arrangement by age 10, and not long after, he became Musical America's youngest Instrumentalist of the year. Don't miss your chance to see this celebrated artist perform LIVE! Buy your Evgeny Kissin tickets now!
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Evgeny Kissin Concert Tickets

At age two, most young children may be building a tower out of blocks or learning to walk up and down the stairs by themselves for the first time. Evgeny Kissin, however, was learning to play the piano. Working without sheet music, the young prodigy would sit at the piano and improvise songs of his own. Four years later, he attended the Moscow Gnessin School of Music - a special institution for gifted children. Hear this piano whiz play LIVE and get your Evgeny Kissin tickets.

Anna Pavlovna Kantor was Kissin’s first and only piano teacher. She took a special approach to teaching, being careful not to demonstrate what she expected of her students. Instead, she would let them take the lead and use verbal cues to help students improve. This was one of the few things that Kissin remembered about taking piano lessons as a child, and is something he feels contributed to his success. Kissin’s unmatched style and skill rival that of the Berlin Philharmonic and Leif Ove Andsnes.

When Kissin reached the age of 10, he performed his very first arrangement - Mozart’s Piano Concerto K. 466. The virtuoso has since earned many awards and tributes for his exceptional piano playing skills. In 1987, he took home the Crystal Prize of the Osaka Symphony Hall for the best performance of the year. Kissin also received the Musician of the Year Prize from the Chigiana Academy of Music in Siena, Italy, and performed at the 1992 Grammy Awards. In 1995, he became Musical America’s youngest Instrumentalist of the Year.