June 1, 2019 |
During 2019 Costa Rica Piano Festival, on Saturday, July 13 Vladimir Khomyakov will return at the magnificent stage of Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica with his breathtaking interpretation of Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition"
April 28, 2019 |
Photo report from today's solo recital, presented by Global Musical Bridges and the City of West Hollywood - see here
April 1, 2019 |
New solo CD album with works by Schumann, Liszt and Prokofiev is now available on Spotify, GooglePlay, iTunes and AmazonMusic.
March 11, 2020
Santa Monica, CA
First United Methodist Church
Sergey Kosemyan ,cello
Vladimir Khomyakov, piano
Works by Beethoven and Rachmaninoff
91.7FM Classical | Houston Public Media: THE FRONT ROW SHOW
Vladimir Khomyakov talks with St.John Flynn
Including his full live performance of Prokofiev's 3rd Piano Concerto, Houston Symphony Orchesrta conducted by maestro Daniel Hege
Robb Report Mazazine: Interview with Virtuoso:
Classic and Contemporary
Top Music Industry Professionals: VLADIMIR KHOMYAKOV
Exclusive Interview for ShineOnHollywood Magazine
VLADIMIR KHOMYAKOV performs over fifty recitals a year as a concert pianist, conductor, chamber musician, and soloist with the world’s best symphony orchestras, such as Houston Symphony, Dresden Philharmonic, Ningbo Symphony, Tomsk Symphony, Novosibirsk Symphony, and others.
Khomyakov is a top prizewinner of numerous prestigious international piano competitions, including St. Petersburg Open (Russia), Anton Rubinstein (Germany), Emil Gilels (Ukraine), ISAM (Germany), Maria Canals (Spain), Jose Iturbi (USA), Hilton Head (USA), Ima Hogg (USA), and others. His performances are broadcast on radio and television in Germany, Belgium, Spain. Russia, South Korea, China, Canada, and the United States.
He has concertized internationally in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Ukraine, China, South Korea, Costa Rica, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Holland, Spain, Italy, Sweden, performing at major concert halls such as those of Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, St. Petersburg Conservatory, Seoul Arts Center, Dresden Semper Opera House, Palau de la Musica Catalana in Barcelona, Teatro Nacional in San Jose, Mozarteum Hall in Salzburg, Concert Hall of the Artists in Rome, Flagey Studio Four in Brussels, Zipper Hall and Royce Hall in Los Angeles, Miller Theater in Houston to name a few.
Samuel Barber - "Pas de deux" Op.28 No.3