Dmitri Levkovich, a Canadian-Ukrainian pianist, won the Cleveland, Jose Iturbi, Gina Bachauer, and other international competitions and received top prizes in many more.
His career is on the upswing, with a highly praised Rachmaninov recording, despite a struggle with crippling tendonitis.
Daniel, uncommonly composed, talks philosophically about coping with whatever adversities life brings his way. ‘All my life, I play with my eyes closed,’ he says.
Watch Zsolt Bognar’s sensitive interview here: