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Vadym Kholodenko's dynamic and technically phenomenal performances earned him the gold medal and the adoration of fans and critics around the world. He’s since concertized in the major halls and with prestigious orchestras across North America, Europe, and Asia, including being named the first artist-in-partnership of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, where Bass Hall audiences were treated to hearing every Prokofiev concerto in his capable hands. His recordings are also lauded: he’s won a Diapason d’Or de l’année (France’s GRAMMY® equivalent) and “Editor’s Choice” from London’s Gramophone magazine.

The Kyiv native now returns to Fort Worth, his first Cliburn Concerts appearance in nine years, for two unique concert experiences. Kholodenko will perform Schubert and Prokofiev in a traditional recital at the Kimbell on Thursday, or in the casual and intimate confines of The Post on Friday.

Vadym Kholodenko's dynamic and technically phenomenal performances earned him the gold medal and the adoration of fans and critics around the world. He’s since concertized in the major halls and with prestigious orchestras across North America, Europe, and Asia, including being named the first artist-in-partnership of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, where Bass Hall audiences were treated to hearing every Prokofiev concerto in his capable hands. His recordings are also lauded: he’s won a Diapason d’Or de l’année (France’s GRAMMY® equivalent) and “Editor’s Choice” from London’s Gramophone magazine.

The Kyiv native now returns to Fort Worth, his first Cliburn Concerts appearance in nine years, for two unique concert experiences. Kholodenko will perform Schubert and Prokofiev in a traditional recital at the Kimbell on Thursday, or in the casual and intimate confines of The Post on Friday.

Vadym Kholodenko's dynamic and technically phenomenal performances earned him the gold medal and the adoration of fans and critics around the world. He’s since concertized in the major halls and with prestigious orchestras across North America, Europe, and Asia, including being named the first artist-in-partnership of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, where Bass Hall audiences were treated to hearing every Prokofiev concerto in his capable hands. His recordings are also lauded: he’s won a Diapason d’Or de l’année (France’s GRAMMY® equivalent) and “Editor’s Choice” from London’s Gramophone magazine.

The Kyiv native now returns to Fort Worth, his first Cliburn Concerts appearance in nine years, for two unique concert experiences. Kholodenko will perform Schubert and Prokofiev in a traditional recital at the Kimbell on Thursday, or in the casual and intimate confines of The Post on Friday.

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WHERE

Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://cliburn.org/concerts/

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