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"Hommage à Prokofiev" :
June 16 - Saint Gilles Croix de Vie (France)
June 28 - Stuttgart (Germany)

Ingolfsson-Stoupel Duo Featured on!


Vladimir Stoupel's Concerts in Mainz (Germany):
January 20 & 21, 8:00 p.m.


Igor Stravinsky: Concerto for Piano and Winds

The concert will be broadcast by DeutschlandRadio Kultur on January 24 at 8:00 p.m.


The new CD of Judith Ingolfsson & Vladimir Stoupel gets great review by the online magazine!

The new CD of Judith Ingolfsson & Vladimir Stoupel gets great review and is chosen "CD of The Month" by the online magazine!

The new CD of Judith Ingolfsson & Vladimir Stoupel released on AUDITE!

Vladimir Stoupel opens the Festival "Brandenburgische Sommerkonzerte":
June 11, 5:00 p.m.


Vladimir Stoupel's Recital at Konzerthaus Berlin:
April 17, 8:00 p.m.


Franz Liszt "Funérailles" (aus "Harmonies poétiques et religieuses")
Alexander Skrjabin Sonate Nr. 1 f-Moll op. 6
Franz Schubert Sonate B-Dur op. posth. D 960

The concert will be broadcast by DeutschlandRadio Kultur on April 26 at 8:00 p.m.

New CD: "Simon Laks (1901-1983) en hommage"!


Great success for Vladimir Stoupel and Judith Ingolfsson at their Festival
Aigues-Vives en Musiques!


Ciritical acclaim at the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival!
"Composers in Conversation"

From the very first measures of Chopin and Liszt’s Nocturne “My Joys” for piano, the Russian-born pianist, who lives in Berlin, displayed a wonderful culture of articulation and a rapport with the composition. In Szymon Laks’s ballade Hommage à Chopin, the pianist made audible how Laks approached Chopin’s music. With a firm hold, he gradually intensified the drama.
He played Chopin’s Minute Waltz seductively with a suggestively rendered rhythm.
In Ravel’s La Valse he eruptively emphasized the strong breaks, made the despair and the compelled silence of Ravel’s memories of the First World War audible.
I have never before heard an audience applaud between movements at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival. Until now. Until the concert with Judith Ingolfsson and Vladimir Stoupel in Norderstedt. The first movement of Simon Laks’s Trois Pieces de concert had hardly ended before a number of listeners applauded enthusiastically. Enthusiastically with good reason. Because the duo played just fabulously.
Hamburger Abendblatt, 26. July 2010


Vladimir Stoupel at Schleswig-Holstein Musikfestival:

Together with the violinist Judith Ingolfsson, Vladimir Stoupel gives two concerts at Schleswig-Holstein Musikfestival on 24.07 in Norderstedt and on 25.07 in Kiel!

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Vladimir Stoupel is playing at the Season Opening Night at Konzerthaus Berlin on August 27, 2009!


Read the Interview of Vladimir Stoupel about his concert at Konzerthaus Berlin on Jan. 27, 2009:

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Vladimir Stoupel gets the Excellentia-Prize for his complete edition of Scriabin's piano sonatas!


ARTE: Russian pianist Vladimir Stoupel presents one of the best complete editions of Scriabin's piano sonatas. A seminal interpretation.


The Recording of the Complete Scriabin Sonatas by Vladimir Stoupel ist released!

The recording of the complete Skriabin Sonatas is the culmination of a ten-year endeavor. I performed the entire Cycle for the first time in concert at the "Piano en Valois" Festival (France) in October 1996. They were recorded in the large Sendesaal at the WDR Köln (Germany) during the first week of August, 2005. These were wonderful, very intense and eventful five days. I would like to thank the recording producer, Stephan Hahn, the sound engineer, Brigitte Angerhausen, and the entire team at WDR Köln for their outstanding work, support and patience! I am very happy that this recording is being made publicly available through the AUDITE label.

More information and purchasing information can be found by clicking on the following links:

Press-Info Purchase CD

Several months have passed since the release of the CD "The Life of the Machines", which was released (together with the CD "Elegie for the Jewish Villages") on the EDA label. This CD documents a program that I performed at the Konzerthaus Berlin in 2003. Frank Harders-Wuthenow and Tilman Kannegießer, the producers from EDA, were in attendance at this performance and suggested that we record these seldom performed works by Nancarrow, Roslavets, Mossolow, Szpilman und Antheil. The recording took place in 2005 at the studio of Deutschlandradio. The Press, "Fono Forum" and "Piano News", have published extremely positive reviews. "Fono Forum" awarded the recording five stars, while "Piano News" praised the choice of repertoire and the highest quality of playing evident in the recording.

You can find both reviews (in German) by clicking on the following links:

"Fono Forum" "Piano News" Purchase CD

The new CDs of Vladimir Stoupel

"The Life Of The Machines" (EDA 28) "Elegy For The Jewish Villages" (EDA 30, with Valérie Suty, Soprano)