Irina Emeliantseva is a concert pianist, composer and painter.

Your last CD recordings were made at Bayerischer Rundfunk in Munich.

They very consciously continues the Scriabinsche synesthetic musical tradition that tracked even her compatriot Nikolay Roslavets.

Their skills extend beyond the usual musical areas. She is a composer and interpreter, which also has a synesthetic perception.

Her own works and a works of another contemporary composers she realized as a pianist in concert and as a painter in the picture.

Sergei Slonimsky (1932-2020) was one of the most important Russian composers.
Please donate funds for a tombstone monument to his widow Raisa Slonimskaya

Memorial concert:  
14.11.2020, Saturday at 4 p.m .: Sergei Slonimsky, composer portrait Prediger Str. 2, 15344 Strausberg
Piano: Irina Emeliantseva



Irina Emeliantseva "Harmonien" for big orchestra, excerpt

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Irina Emeliantseva Lux tempore for Flute solo

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7 Klavierstücke

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Pianotrio R. P. R.

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Schattenlicht (Shadowlight)

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CD Cover

I. Emeliantseva

Piano Pieces

Roslavets - CD Cover

Nikolay A. Roslavets

Works for piano

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I. Emeliantseva

Klaviermusik I-VII

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I. Emeliantseva

Klavierstücke für Kinder
Russische Fugetten
Wiedersdorfer Präludium


Blühender Efeu

"Color variations" chamber ensemble by Henri Matisse ("Flowering Ivy")

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Analysis, Rebecca Sandmeier
For the presentation of time phenomena in Irina Emeliantsevas "... Interea ...", page 111-123
Analysis, Nikita Braguinski
Dialectic of interpretations
Reflections on Irina Emeliantsevas "Shadowlight", page 123-129
Personal testimony, Irina Emeliantseva
"Color variations" chamber music after a picture by Henri Matisse, page 129-133
Ernst Helmuth Flammer: Intercultural. To piano music by Irina Emeliantseva;
Tonality as a base, as spatialization emergence of composing pages 249-265.

From the Russian Silver Age to the
New Renaissance

И.Емельянцева, Как можно сочинять для фортепиано в начале XXI века