Vladik Kern, Russian-American pianist, was born in Moscow into a family of musicians.
Vladislav Kern is the winner of international festivals in Russia, Republic of South Africa, Denmark and the USA.
In 2015 Vladislav won Rosalyn Tureck First Price at the Tureck International Bach Competition in New York.
He has recordings on the radio and television in many countries, including Italy, the USA, Czech Republic, Luxembourg and Russia.
He performed his first concert with an orchestra at the age of 6 with Cape Town philharmonic (Republic of South Africa). At the age of 8, he performed at the House of the government of the Russian Federation. When he was 9 years old, he was invited as a soloist to a solemn concert-celebration of Van Cliburn in Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
He performed with many orchestras in Russia. In 2009, he took part in 30's anniversary concert of "Moscow Virtuosi," with conductor Maestro Vladimir Spivakov at the Svetlanovsky hall of the Moscow International House of Music. Three month later, he gave his debut concert in New York. The concert held at Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall. The next concert he played that year was in Denmark. He performed at the Copenhagen Summer Festival.
In the 2010-2011 season, Vladislav had an intensive concert schedule. He played his very successful debut recital in Milan, at the Verdi Conservatory, Sala Puccini. The recital was part of the prestigious Italian concert organisation "Societa dei concerti". The next two concerts Vladislav played was in Brno, Czech Republic, with Brno philharmonic orchestra. A month later, he played two solo concerts in Luxembourg. Those two recitals were part of the piano series of "Bank of Luxembourg." In the summer of 2011, he gave solo recitals in California (in San Jose and Sacramento) and also at the prestigious festival of chamber music in La Jolla (USA).
In the 2012 season Vladislav played a solo concert upon special invitation and recommendation personally given by Van Cliburn at Christie's (NYC) auction on Van Cliburn's piano. Later that year, he gave a solo concert at the Juilliard School, Paul Recital Hall, Lincoln Center.
The beginning of 2013 Vladislav started with a tour in North Italy (the tour was part of the Italian concert organisation "Societa dei concerti") including solo concerts in Milan and Cantu. In the Autumn of 2013 Vladislav played solo concerts in Denver, Colorado and in New York. He closed the final season at the one of the most famous and oldest concert halls in NYC - Steinway Hall.
In the beginning of 2014 Vladislav repeated his success for "Societa dei concerti" (the Italian concert organization) playing a solo recital in Milan (Auditorium Gaber). Spring of 2014 was full of success for the young musician - chamber concerts at the Juilliard School - Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, Paul Recital Hall and Morse Hall; Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufmann Music Center - In one evening Vladislav performed solo and accompanied cello and saxophone; three days later he debuted at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center with Moscow Virtuosi chamber orchestra under baton of Maestro Vladimir Spivakov - this concert was dedicated to the celebration of 35's anniversary of Moscow Virtuosi. Summer of 2014 - Vladislav was participating in the festival of A. Bruckner music Academy and master classes in Linz, Austria. In the end of 2014 he played a Solo Recital at Lincoln Center, The Juilliard School.
The 2015 season Vladislav started with performing solo and chamber music concerts at Paul Recital Hall, Morse Hall, Willson Theater (The Juilliard School). In the summer of 2015 Vladislav played solo recitals and chamber music concerts at the festivals in Fort Collins, Colorado and Bear Valley, California.
In the beginning of 2016 Vladislav played his Senior Recital at The Juilliard School, Paul Recital Hall. In the summer of 2016 he gave a concert in Fort Collins, Colorado on IKO&F at CSU. In the plans of young artist for the 2016-2017 seasons are solo recitals and concerts with orchestras in Europe - Italy, Germany and Czech republic; in the USA - Bear Valley music festival, Virginia Arts festival; in Russia - concerts in Moscow.