The Sydney Morning Herald says -
PRIZES are not an absolute indicator of excellence but they help a career along and Alexander Gavrylyuk has amassed his fair share. He won the Horowitz, Rubinstein and Hamamatsu competitions - all by the age of 20. He stands with the masterful Michael Kieran Harvey as one of the country's few pianists to have achieved true international success, so that his solo recital here was significant.
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The Northside says -
If you lived in Roseville, Wahroonga or St Leonards three years ago and often heard the music of Rachmaninoff on the breeze, you probably wouldn’t have realised you were living next to Alexander Gavrylyuk, the man once described as “the best 16-year-old pianist of the late 20th century’’.
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The North Shore Times says -
INTERNATIONAL pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk has returned to the North Shore to prepare for one unforgettable performance. The former Roseville, Wahroonga and St Leonards resident is staying with friends at Chatswood while he rehearses for the show, Alexander Gavrylyuk in Recital, at the City Recital Hall on April 24 at 7.30pm.
The ABC says -
Alexander Gavrylyuk was just nine years old when he first performed a piano concerto to a live audience. He's now in his mid twenties and his career shows no sign of slowing down.
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