Pianist Boris Levantovich was born in 1945 in the city of Nizhny Tagil, in the Urals, into a family of chemists. His playing is described by critics as “ distinguished by a bright creative personality, a delicate sense of style and a multi-colored sound spectrum.“ At the age of 11 he gave his first solo recital, and at 15 he performed with the Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Russia’s People’s Artist Mаark Paverman. From 1963 he studied at the Moscow State Conservatory in the class of professor Viktor Merzhanov. During his student years, he regularly performed at the Moscow conservatory and across the Soviet Union, performed in the “Complete Beethoven’s Sonatas,” with Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Orchestra piano concerto No. 1 by Liszt and No. 3 by Rachmaninov. Upon graduating from the conservatory prof. Levantovich successfully combined performing and teaching careers. He conducted Special Piano course at the Moscow Music College No. 3, at prestigious Moscow Conservatory’s preparatory school, the Central Music School, and at the Moscow State Pedagogical Correspondence Institute. During his long concert career that spans over 40 years, Mr. Levantovich has performed in Moscow and in numerous cities of the former Soviet Union, as well as in Germany, France, Spain, Holland, Austria, and Bulgaria. He also actively participated in summer festivals including renowned Festival International de Colmar in France. From 1991 Mr. Levantovich resides in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. His extensive concert repertoire includes works of different eras and styles, solo mand chamber music genres. Prof. Levantovich performed in chamber ensemble with such renowned musicians as Vladimir Spivakov, Aleksander Melnikov, Grigory Zhislin, and Andrei Korsakov.