Ukrainian-born pianist Vladimir Khomyakov is praised by audiences and critics worldwide for the virtuosity, charismatic artistry, and emotional intensity of his playing. Perpetuating the heritage of European and American piano schools, he uniquely combines the traditions with the individuality of a sensitive and passionate artist. He concertizes in Europe, Asia, North and Latin America as a pianist, conductor, chamber musician, and soloist with the world’s leading symphony orchestras, including Dresden Philharmonic, Houston Symphony, and Ningbo Symphony, among others. By the temperament of his playing, the pianist gravitates towards a large-scale romantic and post-romantic repertoire - his performances of works by Schumann, Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev are distinguished by power, eloquence, and extreme emotionality, while maintaining the classical stylistic canons. His captivating stage presence, imagination, and intelligence of his interpretations greatly resonate with the listener and bear witness to a unique talent.