Lecture at EPTA Conference (European Piano Teachers Association)

Colour-music by Scriabin and Messiaen: Revealing the phenomenon of synaesthesia

24th October 2019, 15:45 | University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna


Masterclass in Tokyo, Japan

20th - 23rd December 2019 | AIMS Andvision International Music School



Rarely have I heard a young pianist in this day and age who plays so wonderfully and magnificently!“ – Jörg Demus



Born in Riga in 1984, pianist Konstantin Semilakovs is laureate of the First Prize of the International Piano Competition in Porto, Portugal and prizewinner of the Competition for Young Pianists Ettlingen, Germany.


Konstantin Semilakovs has performed in recital and chamber music concerts at the International Beethoven Festival Bonn, the Frankfurt Musikmesse, the Braunschweig Classix Festival, the Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Music Festivals. He debuted with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra and Beethoven's Choral Fantasy at the Meistersingerhalle. He was awarded the Klassikpreis of West German Broadcasting and City of Münster, the Hans Sikorski Memorial Award, and the Prize of Ingolstadt Concert Association.


Konstantin Semilakovs studied piano with Wolfgang Manz at the Nuremberg University of Music and with Michael Wladkowski at École Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot in Paris.


After teaching positions at the Nuremberg University of Music and University Mozarteum Salzburg, he was 2018 appointed professor of piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.


Past Events | Vergangene Veranstaltungen

Masterclass in Brescia, Italy

19th - 24th August 2019 | Talent Music Summer Courses & Festival


Antrittskonzert in Wien | Inauguration Concert in Vienna

8th May 2019, 19:00 | University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna

Rennweg 8, Neuer Konzertsaal

Piano Recital with works by Alexander Scriabin:

Preludes Op. 11 & Op. 74, Sonatas No. 4 & No. 7, and more...


Masterclass in Halle, Germany

27th July - 7th August 2019 | Euro Music Festival & Academy