German Skripachev

German Skripachev

Born in St. Petersburg (Russia) in 1999. Since 2019, he studies at the Reina Sofía School of Music’s Fundación Banco Santander Piano chair with professor Galina Eguiazarova. He has been granted tuition and accommodation scholarships by Fundación Albéniz.

He started his music education in 2008 at St. Petersburg’s School of Music with M. Yakimchuk and furthered his studies at the Special Music School of the Rimsky Korsakov State Conservatory with Zora Zucker. He has also received classes from Miroslav Kultyshev.

He has been awarded first prize at the Young Pianists International Competition St Petersburg Assemblies and at Moscow’s Neuhaus Festival of Young Pianists, as well as the grand prize at the 13th International Piano Competition held at the Alexander Scriabin Conservatory in Paris. In 2018 he won the first prize at the 33rd Smetana International Piano Competition (Plzen, Czech Republic) and in 2019 he won the Robert Schumann International Competition for Young Pianists in Düsseldorf (Germany).

He has performed as soloist at St Petersburg’s Philharmonic Society and at Kempten Buchenberg Lions Club (Germany). He performed at the Royal Academy of Music as part of the award he got at the Neuhaus Festival and has given recitals at St Petersburg’s Philharmonic Hall and the Mariinsky Theatre’s concert hall.

As a student of the School, he is currently a member of the Glinka Duo.