Vadim Neselovskyi


  1. 1.
    Last Snow - Arkady Shilkloper,
  2. 2.
    Get up and Go - Arkady Shilkloper,
  3. 3.
    Song for Vera
  4. 4.
    Songs My Parents Sing - Arkady Shilkloper,
  5. 5.
    Spring Song - Arkady Shilkloper,
Growing up in Odessa, Ukraine, pianist/composer Vadim Neselovskyi determined not to follow any one stylistic path but to become a “creator of music.” He’s long since fulfilled that early promise in myriad ways both inventive and unexpected: as a composer whose vision is expansive enough to spark inspired interpretations from jazz trio and symphony orchestra alike; as an improviser carving surprising pathways through the straightahead, the avant-garde, and the indefinable; and as a collaborator valued by peers, mentors and fellow innovators.
His diverse talents have attracted the attention of revered artists including vibraphonist Gary Burton, the prestigious Graz Philharmoniker, iconoclastic composer/saxophonist John Zorn, and French horn/alphorn pioneer Arkady Shilkloper. Neselovskyi’s latest release, Get Up and Go, was inspired by political upheaval in the pianist’s native Ukraine, earning a rare 4.5-star review in DownBeat. His next project will be a recording of his composition Bez Mezh by the International Symphony Orchestra.


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