Vadim Neselovskyi (Ukraine-Germany-USA). Genre: jazz piano music
Vadim Neselovskyi is a Ukrainian-born, who is called “a genius of improvisation”, “Chopin in jazz piano”, now teaches at the prestigious Berklee College of Music and writes the music for the most famous jazz musicians in the world. Vadim grew up in Odessa, graduated from the Odessa Conservatory, at 17 he went to Germany. Several years later Neselovskyi went to the US to continue his education at Berklee College of Music. He impressed the vice president of the College Gary Burton that he invited Vadim to his quintet “Next Generation”. In 2009 he became the first Ukrainian teacher at Berklee College of Music. In 2010 Neselovskyi won the international competition named after jazz composers Thelonious Monk (Thelonious Monk International Jazz Composers Competition). At the concert you can hear a variety of music styles - from free jazz to classical; everyone will find something to love. This musician can show circus sitting at the piano - this is jazz of the highest order.