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Occupation(s)  Pianist
Education  Moscow Conservatory
Role  Classical pianist

Name  Alexei Sultanov
Instruments  Piano
Genres  Classical music
Alexei Sultanov
Born  August 7, 1969 (1969-08-07)
Website  http://alexeisultanov.free.fr/
Died  June 30, 2005, Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Albums  Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 / Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2
Awards  International Chopin Piano Competition
Similar People  Maxim Shostakovich, Philippe Giusiano, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Frederic Chopin

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Alexei Sultanov (Russian: Алексей Султанов; August 7, 1969 – June 30, 2005) was a Russian classical pianist of Uzbek origin.

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Biography

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Alexei Sultanov was born to a family of musicians. At the age of 6, he began piano lessons in Tashkent with Tamara Popovich and then with Lev Naumov at the Moscow Conservatory. At the age of thirteen he was a participant of the International Radio Competition for Young Musicians in Prague. He became famous after winning the Eighth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition on June 11, 1989 at the age of 19. He was the youngest contestant in that year's competition. Listeners were awed by his virtuosic technique, musicality, and dynamic range. After winning the Van Cliburn, he made appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and Late Night with David Letterman.

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In October 1995, Sultanov won second prize at the International Frederic Chopin Piano Competition but he refused to accept it; the grand prize was not awarded.

Strokes and death

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In 1996 he had his first stroke, and despite his refusal was convinced by his wife Dace Abele to visit Ed Kramer, the local neurologist. Kramer checked on him and discovered some small black spots which proved to him that blood clots had formed in the brain. Despite the stroke he continued his performance in Tokyo, but there he suffered another stroke. After that the same neurologist diagnosed him with diastolic heart failure. In February 2001, he had another stroke. The strokes damaged everything except the cerebral cortex and he was able to continue performing while sitting in a wheelchair. On June 30, 2005 at 4:30am, he died of suffocation following a stroke. He died at the age of 35 in Fort Worth.

Memorabilia

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During his life his performances of concerti by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Sergei Rachmaninoff were recorded with Maxim Shostakovich conducting the London Symphony Orchestra and were published under the Teldec Classics label, while his other albums such as the Fantaisie Impromptu of 1997 and Sultanov plays Chopin which was released two years later were published by the Arts Core Corporation. He also was a part of a PBS documentary called Here to Make Music which was produced by Peter Rosen for US viewers. The film won an award and has been aired worldwide ever since.


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References

Alexei Sultanov Wikipedia


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