Kirill Zvegintsov was invited to take part in the Menuhin Festival Gstaad, Davos Festival, Festival Piano à Saint-Ursanne, Murten Classics, Musikfestival Bern, SeetalClassics, Musiksommer am Zürichsee; he performed in such famous concert halls as salle Cortot/Paris, Naxoshalle in Frankfurt am Main, Mannheim National Theater and Casino Berne among others. Kirill Zvegintsov is a multiple prize-winner of important piano competitions – including those in Orléans, Toronto, Calgary and the Bach Competition Würzburg.
As a soloist he performed with such orchestras as Basel Sinfonietta, Berner Symphonieorchester, Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie, Orchester des theaters für Niedersachsen. Kirill Zvegintsov plays regularly with the Ensemble Phoenix Basel, he also has collaborated with such artists as Lisa Rieder, Leonhard Dering, Robert Koller, Giuliano Sommerhalder, Heinz Holliger und Patricia Kopatchinskaja.
The repertoire of the Ukrainian pianist and conductor, who has lived in Switzerland (Basel) since 2005, ranges from contemporary music to the baroque. Kirill Zvegintsov likes to perform unconventional programmes and little-known works. Despite his pronounced interest in contemporary music, Zvegintsov has his roots in classical music: his repertoire includes such works as Bach’s “Well-tempered clavier”, Messiaen’s “Vingt Regards sur l`Enfant-Jésus” and Beethoven’s “Diabelli-Variations”.
He has made several audio recordings, among them a live-performance CD of 24 Preludes and Fugues by Dmitri Shostakovich produced under the Müller und Schade label. Another album, “Eaux-Fortes”, featuring compositions by Couperin, Debussy, George Hugon and Jacques Lenot under the FY-Solstice label (2019), received enthusiastic critical acclaim. His newest CD with solo works by Holliger, Beethoven and Wyttenbach is soon to appear under Prospero label.
Kirill Zvegintsov is co-founder of the concert series Konzerte am Ausserberg in Riehen BS.