This is the piano creation of the composer Boris Tishchenko to be getting under listeners' and performers' skin without fail. The features peculiar to it are rarely inherent in piano music on the whole — it's both monumental as grandiose symphony canvases, distinct for dashing brilliant technique, unexhausted by ample imaginative sphere, being saturated with vivid individual thematic and structural ideas. None of these features is sacrificed for the other's sake. “I consider piano to be the kind of the orchestra, some projection of it. Therefore I endeavour to scrupulous part-writing and wrought themes, as if I meant orchestral facture and phonations, for the orchestra is the supreme inimitable instrument for me”, — the composer uses to say.
Tishchenko's piano sonatas reveal the composer as the great master of symphony music ever living in the 20th century, so as the pianist virtuoso.
Every one of the ten sonatas is provided with its own incomparable conception; however, all of them are pierced with the spirit of Boris Tishchenko himself.