Concert pianist, accompanist, piano teacher, Central NJ

Yevgeny Morozov, Award-Winning classical concert pianist. Soloist and chamber musician with transcendental technique. RSAMD, Yale School of Music, and Mannes College of Music alumnus.

Yevgeny Morozov

An international Award-Winning classical concert pianist and piano teacher in Central NJ. Soloist and chamber musician in numerous festivals and recitals series in the Europe and the U.S.

Piano faculty member at Mason Gross School of the Arts / Extension Division. Staff Accompanist for the Rutgers University's Music Department.


  • Mason Gross School of the Arts, NJ - DMA candidate.
  • Yale School of Music - M.M. in Piano Performance.
  • Mannes College The New School For Music, NYC - Professional Studies Diploma in Piano.
  • RSAMD (U.K.) - MMus in Piano.
  • RSAMD (U.K.) - BMus in Piano.

Principal piano teachers:

Susan Starr (USA)
Jacob Lateiner (USA)
Boris Berman (USA)
Philip Jenkins (UK)
Sergei Polusmiak (Ukraine, USA)
Garry Gelfgat (Ukraine)

Master classes with:

Claude Frank (USA)
Peter Frankl (USA)
John Perry (USA)
Robert Levin (USA)
John O'Conor (Ireland)
John Lill (U.K.)
Eugen Indjic (USA/France)
Boris Berezovsky (Russia)
Arie Vardi (Israel)

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Yevgeny Morozov won audience recognition as a talented virtuoso concert pianist with the transcendental technique and fine musicianship. He has appeared in solo and chamber music recitals in many major cities of the U.S. and Europe, performing on such notable stages as NYC's Carnegie Hall, National Concert Hall in Dublin, Kimmel Center Concert Hall in Philadelphia, Sprague Memorial Hall at Yale University, Pease Auditorium at Eastern Michigan University, Beatrice Friedman Symphony Center in Florida, Slovak Philharmonic Hall in Bratislava, Fatra Palace of Arts in Žilina, National Opera of Ukraine in Kiev.

Mr. Morozov demonstrates such mature techniques that "all technical difficulties are absorbing with an apparent dexterity, leaving him free to concentrate on shaping an interpretation" (Harry Magge, Herald Scotland).

"His technique is stunning, quiet measures ... beautifully weighted and eloquent. Prokofiev's Sonata was an account of color and fire, the style and playing often reminiscent of the young Ivo Pogorelich, with the formidable technical demands apparently presenting no problems for this young pianist. The insistent tolling chimes just before the end of the andante were deeply impressive and finale was simply dazzling" (Courier Review, Scotland).

Franck: Prelude, Chorale and Fugue for solo piano.
Yevgeny Morozov, live in concert. Nicholas Music Center (Mason Gross School of the Arts).

As an international Award-Winning classical pianist, Yevgeny has performed in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Iceland, Netherlands, Austria, Slovakia, Russia, Ukraine, and the United States. He was featured to perform at numerous music festivals and concert series, among them the V. Middle European Festival of Concert Art, Prokofiev's Music Festival in Moscow, Sarasota Music Festival in Florida, Tuba Bach Festival in Michigan, International Keyboard Institute & Festival in New York City, Ferris State University Festival of the Arts, Mannes Festivals "La Belle Époque" and "The Birth Of Romanticism". Yevgeny has frequently appeared as a piano soloist with orchestra, performing with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (Glasgow, UK), National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra (Bratislava, Slovakia), Royal Scottish Academy Symphony Orchestra (Glasgow, UK), Rutgers University Symphony Orchestra, and Odessa National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra (Ukraine).

Yevgeny's performances were broadcasted on the Slovak TV in Bratislava, Slovak Radio in Žilina, Kharkov State Television Company, as well as Ukrainian National TV Company in Kiev and WQXR station in NYC.

Concerts, accompanying, teaching. Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Mannes and Yale School of Music alumnus, pianist Yevgeny Morozov, Central New Jersey.

Yevgeny's awards in numerous international piano competitions include the Dorothy Mackenzie Artists Recognition Award (IKIF, New York City, 2001), Semi-final Prize of Guardian Dublin International Piano Competition - (Dublin, Ireland, 1997), UK YAMAHA Music Foundation of Europe Scholarships Awards (London, U.K., 1996). He is also a Laureate of the of the Prokofiev's International Music Festival (Moscow, Russia, 1995), Kil's International Piano Competition (Kil, Sweden, 1994), J.N.HUMMEL International Piano Competition (Bratislava, Slovakia, 1993) among others.

Apart from solo performing, Yevgeny collaborates in chamber music recitals and provides piano accompaniment for instrumentalists. He also teaches piano, gives master classes, holds lectures and adjudicates. Currently he is on the piano faculty at the Mason Gross School of the Arts (Extension Division) and Staff accompanist for the Rutgers University's Music Department (New Brunswick, NJ). He teaches also privately and provides advanced level piano lessons for serious-minded students of all ages. As an experienced concert pianist and piano instructor, Yevgeny coaches young performers for recitals, trains and advises for competitions and music college entries.


A native of Ukraine (former Soviet Union), pianist Yevgeny Morozov holds degrees from YALE School of Music, MANNES College The New School For Music in NYC and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (U.K.). Yevgeny has studied, participated in masterclasses or taken lessons with some of the most prestigious pianist of our times including: John O'Conor (Ireland), John Lill (U.K.), Philip Jenkins (U.K.), Boris Berezovsky (Russia), Eugene Injic (USA/France), Boris Berman (USA), Claude Frank (USA), Peter Frankl (USA), Arie Vardi (Israel), Jacob Lateiner (USA) and Susan Starr (USA).

His piano studies Mr. Morozov began at the age of five in Kharkov Special Music School for Gifted Children (Ukraine). At the age of 15 he made his nationally televised debut on the stage of the National Opera of Ukraine (Kiev), performing Gershwin's "Rhapsody in blue" with the Ukrainian State Symphony Orchestra. At the same year he participated as youngest participant in J.N.HUMMEL International Piano Competition (participants age 32 and under) and won the Third Prize. At the age of 17 he won a full scholarship from Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow), one of the top music schools in the U.K., to study with one of Britain's most sought-after piano teachers, Philip Jenkins.

After graduating, Mr. Morozov came to the United States to train as a professional pianist at the YALE School of Music with world-renowned performer and pedagogue Boris Berman, and two years later at Mannes College The New School for Music, NYC, with prominent pianist and Grammy winner Jacob Lateiner.

Mr. Morozov is currently completing his doctoral studies at Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts.

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