Vadim Brodsky

Vadim Brodski (b. 1950) is Olga Parkhomenko's student at Kiev Conservatory. He came to the Poznań competition on winning the 5th Prize at the Pyotr Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, and as soloist with the Kiev Philharmonic. Victory at the Wieniawski Competition opened to Brodski numerous concert venues and recording studios throughout the world. The more so, that in the early 1980s Brodski moved to Poland and was granted Polish citizenship. He runs very intense concert life, without abstaining from jazz and pop music. Lives in Warsaw and Rome.


Vadim Brodsky (USSR) - Henryk Wieniawski - Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 22, II. Romance. Andante ma non troppo III. Allegro moderato a la Zingara - Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Z. Rychter.mp3 10.13 MB

Vadim Brodsky (USSR) - Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst - Etude No. 6, Variations on a theme of Irish folk song The Last Rose of Summer.mp3 7.85 MB

Rec. competition presentations (1977).