“Out of the most technically fine young artists, Mukumi already stands out as an interpreter of class” — Benedikt Stegemann, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
In Autumn 2022 Nuron Mukumi was on tour with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, performing Liszt’s 1st Piano Concerto in Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Germany and finally in Austria, at the Brucknerhaus in Linz. At the same time, he released his second CD “Tchaikovsky – 18 Pieces for Piano” on Prospero Classical, recorded at the Teldex Studio in Berlin with the Tonmeister Martin Sauer. The CD has been nominated for the Opus Klassik 2023 in two categories – “Young Artist of the Year” & “Solo Instrument” and for the Preis der deutschen Schallplatten Kritik 1/2023.
His Début-Album “Summit” was released in November 2018 (Genuin Classics) and quickly received the Pizzicato Supersonic Award. The Album has been nominated for the Opus Klassik 2019 Award and for the International Classical Music Award 2020.