Noted for intense lyricism and polyphonic wit, compositions by Alexander Timofeev (Alexangeli) have received top awards at Valsske Mezirici International Competition (Czech Republic), Slonimsky International Competition (Russia) and Carl Filtsh International Competition (Romania), welcoming premieres at the Philomusica Festival (England), Hariclea Darclée Voice Competition and Festival (Romania), Novye Imena (Russia), Northern Lights Festival (USA) and other festivals.
In 2006, Timofeev debuted as a conductor with the National Chamber Orchestra of Moldova. His conducting engagements at the Northern Lights Music Festival (Aurora, MN) featured Britten's opera Noye's Fludde (2008) and Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel (2009).
Dr. Timofeev was the beneficiary of the University of Maryland Doctoral Fellowship. He is currently on the adjunct faculty at Rowan University in New Jersey. He resides in Philadelphia.
In 2008, Alexander Timofeev founded the International Society of Pianists and Composers - ispci.org - a non-profit organization that promotes contemporary piano music.
16 February (Saturday) at 12:30 PM
Rowan University - Nats Festival
Collaborative Recital with Brian Chu, baritone. In program works by Korngold, Poulenc, Barber and Bolcom.
23 February (Saturday)
Released a new CD - Alexangeli 'New Age Piano Album'. Available on iTunes.
24 February (Sunday)
Westminster Choir College in Princeton
Adjudicator for NJMTA Festival
4, 11, 18, 25, 28, 29 March
Recording sessions at mSound Studios, Philadelphia. Recorded works by Kevin Walker, Zlata Tkach, A. Timofeev.
8 April (Monday)
Published eight new piano music scores by Zlata Tkach and Alexander Timofeev.
15 April (Monday)
Recording session at mSound Studios, Philadelphia. Recorded Album for Piano (1997), Sonatina (1998), In Memoriam (1999), Bach-Timofeev: Adagio.
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