Guitar Recital: Marko Topchii Marko Topchii
- Antonio José (1902-1936): Sonate für Gitarre:
- 1I. Allegro moderato06:55
- 2II. Minuetto02:50
- 3III. Pavana triste05:29
- 4IV. Final04:04
- Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895-1968):
- 5Capriccio diabolico, Op. 85 "Homage to Paganini"09:01
- Frank Martin (1890-1974): 4 Pièces brèves:
- 6No. 1, Prelude02:09
- 7No. 2, Air02:05
- 8No. 3, Plainte02:30
- 9No. 4, Comme une gigue01:51
- Nikita Koshkin (1956- ): Introduction & Vivace:
- 10I. Introduction. Lento e rubato molto02:09
- 11II. Vivace04:36
- Roland Dyens (1955-2016): Libra sonatine:
- 12I. India06:24
- 13II. Largo04:33
- 14III. Fuoco03:20
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Marko Topchii, winner of the 2017 Michele Pittaluga Guitar Competition, has selected a rich and varied repertoire ranging from neo-Romanticism to serialism, each work offering a unique vision of the instrument’s technical and expressive capabilities. Antonio Jose’s Sonata is remarkably inventive, bringing a new language to ancient dance forms, while Frank Martin’s Quatre Pieces breves, written in the same year, offers the flourish and vigor of contemporary harmonic vocabulary. Ronald Dyens’ Libra Sonatine is one of the most virtuosic and brilliant of late 20th-century guitar works. Ukranian-born guitarist Marko Topchii, has been the winner of more than 40 international guitar competitions. He has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Salle Cortot, Yamaha Ginza Hall, and at the Tchaikovsky Hall. He often performs with orchestras, having performed more than ten concertos for guitar and orchestra. He is sponsored by the D’Addario Strings Company and records with a guitar made by Jim Redgate.
has won more than 50 awards worldwide in the international guitar competitions in the professional category. Among them, 27 first places in the competitions in United States, Mexico, Japan, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Indonesia, Germany, Switzerland, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Liechtenstein, Serbia and Ukraine. The most notable prizes is available in the “awards” section.
He plays guitars made by Karl-Heinz Roemmich, Yuichi Imai, Sakurai Kohno and Hong Sik Uhm.
Marko is a D’Addario artist since 2012.
Marko actively performs around the world, regularly gives concerts with the orchestra; he is desired teacher of the master classes and constantly mentioned in the mass media.
Marko Topchii was born into a family of musicians in Kiev, Ukraine and is started studying guitar at the age of four.
He is 25 years old and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree at the Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music in Kiev under the guidance of Prof. Yuri Alexik, Honored Artist of Ukraine. He completed his master degree in the National University of Arts in Kharkov in 2011, where he studied under Prof. Volodymir Dotsenko, Honored Artist of Ukraine.