Eugen Indjic, the Russian-Serbian master of black and white keys became fascinated with the piano as a young boy, soon after moving with his parents from Belgrade to the United States. At the age of nine, he already performed with a symphonic orchestra and at the age of 18 became the youngest pianist ever to play with the Boston Symphony, with which he played one of the most demanding piano works, Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2. In his youth he has won the acclaim of renowned conductors, critics and music teachers. Leonard Bernstein has defined him as an 'extraordinary piano player and musician', while famous teacher and piano player Arthur Rubinstein acted as his mentor and long-time friend. He is a renowned interpreter of Chopin and Schubert, as he is drawing inspiration for his special musical expression from piano literature of the Romantic period. He has received numerous international awards and won a series of prestigious piano competitions. He boasts guest appearances with famous conductors and orchestras across the globe. His recital will undoubtedly be a particular event for all the lovers of classical music.
L. van Beethoven