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Albert Mamriev


Prizewinner of many international piano competitions including: 

«Gina Bachauer», «Vianna Da Motta», «Glasgow», «UNISA»  - 

Albert Mamriev was born in Derbent (Dagestan) and studied piano with his father - Jankel Mamriev, with Prof. Alexander Bakulov (Moscow Central Special Music School) , with Prof. Sergei Dorensky (Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatoire), and with Prof. Arie Vardi (S. Rubin Music Academy Tel Aviv and Musikhochschule Hannover).



Albert Mamriev performing around the world at numerous prestigious concert halls as a soloist and as well with orchetras such as Beijing Symphony, Mexico Symphony, Jerusalem Symphony, Kiev Philharmonic, Oltenia Symphony, Shumen Sinfonietta etc… 

Mr. Mamriev has been a jury member at over a 50 competitions including  «UNISA», «Ettore Pozzoli», «Hong Kong», «Kyiv», «Lyon», «Parnassos», «Astana», «Malta», «A. Scriabin», «Cantu», «Spanish Composers», «Campillos», «Arcangelo Speranza», «Valesesia Musica», «Isidor Bajic», «Cesar Franck», «Mozarte», «Leganes», «San Remo»,  «Gdansk-Baltik»… 


His students are prizewinners of  many international piano competitions:

Evegeny Konnov – «UNISA» IPC – 2020, 1st Prize,

Evgeny Konnov - «E. Pozzoli» IPC - 2019, 1st Prize, 

Evgeny Konnov - «A. Scriabin» IPC - 2019, 1st Prize, 

Anna Leyerer - «Paris» IPC - 2019, 1st Prize,

Anna Leyerer - «Kyiv» IPC - 2019, 1st Prize, 

Evgeny Konnov - «Maria Canals» IPC - 2018, 1st Prize,

Anna Leyerer - «Parnassos» IPC - 2018, 1st Prize, 

Evgeny Konnov - «Cantu» IPC - 2018, 1st Prize,

Evgeny Konnov - «Malta» IPC - 2017, 1st Prize,

Evgeny Konnov - «Spanish Composers» IPC - 2017, 1st Prize,

Pavel Kachnov - «Lyon» IPC - 2017, 1st Prize


Albert Mamriev is a Founder and Artistic Director of:

the International Society «FJKUK» - Hannover,

the «Neue Sterne» International Piano Competition - Wernigerode,

the Festival for Piano and Orchestra «Klavierissimo» - Halberstadt,

the «Young Piano Stars» Piano Competition - Königs Wusterhausen,

the «Music Academy Neue Sterne Hannover»,

the «Hannover-Beethoven» International Music Festivals - Hannover,

the «Menorah» International Music Festivals - Duisburg and Hannover

the Openair Concert Serie « Young Soloists with Orchestra» - Brandenburg

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