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Dzmitry Ulasiuk

Collaborative pianist


Pianist Dzmitry Ulasiuk was raised in an environment of classical music in Minsk, Belarus. He started professional piano studies at age 16 and performed a solo recital of all Chopin music one year later. While working on his doctorate in Belarus, he was recruited to study at TCU, then SMU, and then completed his Doctorate degree in piano performance at UNT. A winner or laureate of 17 international piano competitions, Dzmitry has performed world-wide, both solo recitals and with orchestras. In addition to concertizing, he performs for the Cliburn in the Classroom project and PianoTexas. He has a piano studio in Plano, Texas, where he teaches privately.

For his Carnegie debut, a critic wrote, “There are times when a reviewer simply decides to put pencil and paper away and enjoy the music, and this was one of those times.” (New York Concert Review)

With his first commercial CD of Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff released in 2019 (Centaur Records CRC 3698), Dzmitry received critical acclaim for his fresh interpretations, lyricism and musicality. His playing “brims with rhythmic swagger…and lush, lyrical themes mesmerize… it is his style of interpretation that sets him apart.” (MusicWeb International) Dzmitry recently released a second CD of piano sonatas and mazurkas by Alexander Scriabin, also by Centaur Records. “Ulasiuk invests them [Mazurkas] with a combination of dazzling technique, fluid lyricism, and the poetic sensitivity that make his playing so compelling.” (Fanfare Magazine) He is currently working on a third CD of all French music.

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