As the "Great Romantic Spirit" called the "Daily Telegraph" London and "Pure Virtuosity" called the "North Kurier" to pianist Albert Mamriev.

Albert Mamriev was born in Dagestan and studied piano with his father - Jankel Mamriev, as well with Alexander Bakulov and Sergei Dorensky in Moscow and with Arie Vardi in Tel Aviv and Hannover.

Since 1998 when Albert Mamriev won the 1. Preis at "Delia Steinberg International Piano Competition" in Madrid, he has established himself internationally as one of the most versatile pianists of his generation.

Prizewinner of many international piano competitions such as: "China International" in Peking, "Gina Bachauer" in Salt Lake City, "Citta di Marsala" in Sicily, "Delia Steinberg" in Madrid, "Tunbridge Wells" in London, "Morice Clairmont" in Tel-Aviv, "Vianna da Motta" in Lisboa, "Scottish international" in Glasgow, "Olym" in Netania, "Mauro Paolo Monopoli" in Barletta, "Seiler" in Kitzingen, and "UNISA" International Music Competition" in Pretoria - Albert Mamriev performing with the world famous Orchestras like Royal Scottish National, Israel Chamber, Mexico Symphony, Gulbenkian Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony, Pretoria Symphony, Haifa Philharmonic, Shenzhen Symphony, Göttinger Symphony, Beijing Symphony, Wernigerode Chamber, Bacau Symphony under the baton of Tan Li Hua, Alexander Lazarev, Christoph Mueller, Enrique Batiz, Flavio Florenze, Gal Alterovich, Nicoletta Conti, Mauricio Linari, Salvador Masconde, Christian Fitzner, Ovidiu Balan and many others.

Albert Mamriev performing around the world at numerous prestigious festivals such as the "Piano Stars of the 21st Century" in Rostov Don (Russia), the Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspielen, the "Gina Bachauer" Festival in Salt Lake City (USA), the "Pianotune" Festival in Hasselt (Belgium), the "Franz Liszt" Festival in Barletta (Italy), the «Schlossfestepielen» in Wernigerode, the «Roccabrivio» Festival in Milano, the Alion Baltic International Music Festival in Tallin, the «IKFEM» Festival in Tui and Valenca, and as well the recitals in many music centers of the world including Almeria, Augsburg, Beijing, Berlin, Braunschweig, Brussels, Cleveland, Dallas, Düsseldorf, Glasgow, Granada, Hamburg, Hannover, Jerusalem, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Mexico City, Milano, Munich, Oberlin, Paris, Reykjavick, Salt Lake City, Seoul, Stuttgart, Taipei, Taijuan, Tallin, Tel Aviv, Toluca, Tui, Valenca and Venice.

Albert regularly teaches master classes in China, Estonia, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Spain, South Korea, Taiwan, Ukraine and the USA.

He has been a jury member at several competitions including «Ettore Pozzoli» in Seregno, «Delia Steinberg» in Madrid , «Young Virtuosos» in Usti Nad Labem, «Robert Schumann» in Lamporecchio, «Spanish Composers» in Las Rosas , «Campillos», «Arcangelo Speranza» in Taranto , «Valesesia Musica» in Varallo, «Maurice Clairmont» in Tel Aviv, «Cantu», «Isodor Bajic» in Novy Sad, «Cesar Franck» in Kraainem, «Neue Sterne» in Wernigerode , «Braunschweig Classic Open», «Young Talents with Orchestra» in Barlassina, «F. Chopin» in Budapest.

The complete recording of Wagner-Liszt Transcriptions, and the World Premiere of Ami Maayani's Piano Concerto with Beijing Symphony Orchestra - grows out of Albert Mamriev's fascination with the stylistic richness and diversity of piano music written between the periods of Late Romanticism and the Avant Garde, and his enjoyment of the technical and interpretive challenges it presents.

2009 founded Albert Mamriev the "Neue Sterne" International Piano Competition in Wernigerode ( and in 2010 the "Klaviersterne" International Festival in Könings Wusterhausen.

In 2014 founded Mr. Mamriev the "Young Piano Stars" International Competition in Königs Wusterhausen (

Also in radio and television Albert Mamriev is present. Recordings of his concerts sprang up all over Europe, the USA, Mexico, Australia and Asia. He also gave several interviews for the Radio, TV, Music magazines, and most recently for the "Paino News" and the "Piano Wereld".