ARTYOM DERVOED & MIKHAIL PLETNEV PLAYS PAGANINI/GOSS GUITAR CONCERTO WITH RNO
World premier of Niccolo Paganini/Stephen Goss guitar concerto (based on Grand Sonata for guitar & violin by N. Paganini) at the RNO Grand Festival. "Paganini Gala". Russian National Orchestra. Conductor — Mikhail Pletnev. Cadenzas by Wolfgang Lendle (published by ).
Live from Tchaikovsky hall. Broadcast by Kultura TV Channel.
ARTYOM DERVOED & BORIS BEREZOVSKY PERFORMING SONATA BY KOSHKIN I & II MOVEMENTS
I & II movements from the Sonata for guitar & piano by Nikita Koshkin performed by Artyom Dervoed & Boris Berezovsky.
Live form the XII Moscow International Festival "Guitar Virtuosi", Tchaikovsky Hall, Moscow.
ARTYOM DERVOED PLAYS A. TCHAIKOVSKY GUITAR CONCERTO
World premiere of Alexander Tchaikovsky’s (1946) guitar concerto (2017) at the 13th Guitar Virtuosi Moscow International Festival. “Evgeny Svetlanov” State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor — Damian Iorio (Italy/UK).
Live from Tchaikovsky Hall. Video production by Moscow Philharmonic Society.
ARTYOM DERVOED PLAYS SONATA K. 208 BY DOMENICO SCARLATTI
Domenico Scarlatti — Sonata A major K. 208 (arranged for guitar by Leo Brouwer).
An encore at Russian National Orchestra Grand Festival.
Tchaikovsky Hall. Broadcasted by Kultura TV Channel.
ARTYOM DERVOED PLAYS PAGANINI ON TORRES 1864
Artyom Dervoed plays Romance from Grand Sonata A Major by Niccolo Paganini. Transcription by A. Dervoed, Cadenza by W. Lendle. Guitar – Antonio de Torres, 1864, Spain.
Live from "The Century that Shape the Guitar" concert at the Rachmaninoff Hall of Moscow State Conservatory.
ARTYOM DERVOED PLAYS THE POSSESSED BY KEVIN CALLAHAN. III MOVEMENT
The Possessed by living composer Kevin Callahan is a homage to Niccolo Paganini and written for Artyom Dervoed. World premiered in 2015 at GFA Convention in Oklahoma City. Movement III.
Movement III. Link to the movement II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CMgb...
Live from Bashmet Center, Moscow, Russia.
ARTYOM DERVOED PLAYS MEGARON CONCERTO BY NIKITA KOSHKIN
Nikita Koshkin (1956) — Concerto Megaron (2005) for guitar and strings:
I. Allegro sostenuto – Allegretto marziale (00:18)
II. Allegro assai (11:23)
Artyom Dervoed (guitar) & La Primavera Kazan Chamber Orchestra. Conductor — Rustem Abyazov.
Live from the Saidashev Concert Hall, Kazan, Russia.
ARTYOM DERVOED PLAYS CAPRICCIO DIABOLICO BY CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895 – 1968) — Capriccio Diabolico (Omaggio a Paganini) op. 85.
Live from Constella Festival, 2018. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Freedom Center, Harriet Tubman Theater.
Produced by Constella Productions.
SELECTED PRESS QUOTES
“The Verri Hall audience was literally stunned by the highest level of musicianship of the “Tsar of the Guitar” […]. The amazing accuracy of his performance was evident in every work performed by Artyom Dervoved as a testament to his exceptional technique and originality of the interpretation.”
Il Cittadino di Lodi (Italy)
“He has real musicianship and real presence. He has a wonderful look, with an intense demeanor […] Dervoed's tone was dashing and authoritative […] Every note he played was distinct and intended, but at the same time his playing sounded spontaneous. Dervoed's final notes, plucked out against a shimmer of strings, were magical.”
New Classical Music Critic (USA)
“He captured the aromas and flavors of the compositions and seemed also to have done some digging into their emotional substance […] Rodrigo’s Three Spanish Pieces gave the visitor a sweeping range of technical issues to solve. Not only did Dervoed solve them, but he infused this arresting and intuitive music with generous personal spirit […] The recital ended with an exacting and expressively detailed Sonata for Guitar by Turina, which allowed Dervoed to re-reveal his prodigious finger dexterity and elevated musical sensitivity.”
Herald Times Online (USA)
“First class performance to be recommended to any chamber music lover.”
Donau Kurier (Germany)
"One of the most outstanding classical guitarists I’ve hear so far... [who] is taking the classical guitar to a new level. To watch Mr. Dervoed’s stunning virtuosity combined with his deep musical insight... Is more than fascinating.”
Prof. Augustin Wiedemann, classical guitarist, presenter (Germany)
“Soft touch and virtuosic creative energy.”