"I consider it very important in our day and age to raise musicians who are stylistic polyglots." Alexei Lubimov
Alexei Lubimov belongs to the great russian tradition of musicians such as Richter, Gilels (A.Lubimov was one of the last student of Heinrich Neuhaus in Moscow) and to this generation of baroque pionneers together with Gustav Leonhardt, Juijken. He is also a major artist playing russian composers such as Denisov, Schnittke, Silvestrov and Arvo Pärt.
Alexei Lubimov developed his outstanding international carrier with these three cultures in mind. He was in Brussels in 1968 to play Denisov piano pieces where he met the Kuijken brothers, he created John Cage or Terry Riley during the Soviet Union time. In the 70s, he created the Moscow Baroque Quartet with whom they discovered baroque music on period instruments. In the 80s, he created the avant-gardiste festival : Alternativa in Moscow together with a unique department of keyboards (old and new) at the Moscow Conservatory. Alexei Lubimov is also a teacher of pianoforte at the Salzbourg Mozarteum.