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Konstantin Zvyagin was born in 1990 in the city of Novgorod in the Russian Federation.

He began his music studies at the Tchaikovsky Music School at the age of 7 and continued until 2009 at the Rachmaninov College of Music, both in his home city.

In 2014, after graduating with distinction from the "Gnesins Russian Academy of music" in Moscow in the class of professor Tatiana Zelikman, Konstantin moved to Germany and finished his musical education at the "Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln" in Cologne under Professor Nina Tichman in 2018.

His busy concert schedule as a pianist and member of the trio "SpiegelBild" has led him to numerous solo and chamber music concerts in Ireland, Poland, Germany, the USA, France, Italy, Spain, Israel and Russia. Every year he plays numerous solo concerts throughout Germany in the series “Weltklassik am Klavier”. As a soloist, he has performed with "Ural Philharmonic Orchestra" and "Novgorod Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra" (Russia), "Torun Symphonic Orchestra" (Poland), "Röttgen Chamber Orchestra" (Germany).  He has participated in various important festivals and master classes, such as "Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes" in Israel; "Klavier-Festival-Ruhr" in Germany; "Paderewski Piano Academy" in Bydgoszcz, Poland.


Konstantin Zvyagin already has impressive achievements. He is a laureate of Russian and international competitions, and his talent has been supported by several scholarships and grants in Russia and Germany.


In recent years, Konstantin Zvyagin has become especially absorbed by the music of Richard Wagner. During this time, he has created eight transcriptions for piano from “The Ring of the Nibelung”, assembling them into a suite in eight pictures “Wagners Ring”. For this work Konstantin Zvyagin was recognized by the “Richard-Wagner-Scholarship Foundation" in August 2023 and selected by the jury of the Foundation to play at a ceremony for long-term members of the Bayreuth Festival in Wagner’s villa Wahnfried. His musical commitment was particularly recognized by the festival management with a special certificate.


The suite “Wagners Ring” will be released at the beginning of 2024 on CD "Ein Weg durch Wagners Ring" on the label "Spektral" and as sheet music on APOLLON Musikoffizin Verlag.

Since 2020 Konstantin teaches at the Akademie für Tonkunst in Darmstadt.

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