Alexander Malkus is a concert pianist, prize winner of international competitions, professor at Moscow Conservatory and soloist of Mosconcert.
Guest performances in many countries: Czechia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Sweden, Austria, Italy, France, Germany, UK and Japan.
A. Malkus played music in partnership with such well-known music personalities as the conductors N. Rakhlin and A. Dmitriev, violinist T. Grindenko and cello-players M. Tchaikovskaya and I. Gavrysh. Cooperation with the outstanding modern composer R.K. Shchedrin occupies an important place in Alexander Malkus’ musical performance. The piano-player recurrently participated in the composer’s recitals in Moscow and Paris playing a grandiose “Polyphonic Notebook” cycle and pieces.
The Melodia Company produced 3 discs records of A. Malkus’ performance of R. Shchedrin’s and A. Stanchinsky’s works. CD records were produced in various countries - performance of R. Shchedrin’s works in the United States, duet with T. Grindenko (violin) in the UK, duet with P. Minev (violin) in Bulgaria. CD records were also made in France (recital) and Russia (piano works by A. Glazunov and A. Stanchinsky).
The piano-player has a number archival recordings of the Russian composers’ music on the Russian radio.
In 2003 CD called “Album for Friends” containing piano masterpieces of two centuries came into being.
Alexander Malkus is actively involved in the teaching activity.
1979-1986 – assistant to professor V.A. Nathanson,
1991-1993 – assistant to professor V.K. Merzhanov in the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
Now Alexander Malkus teaches a special piano course in the Moscow conservatory and the Academic Music College of the Moscow Conservatory (http://mosconsv.ru).
On the web-site you can find out about the forthcoming concerts, look at the video- and audio records of concerts and see the photographs of concerts and remarkable events that took place.
You can write to Alexander Malkus in “Contacts” or “Guestbook”.