Igor's solo repertoire embraces all music styles from the baroque works of Bach and Scarlatti to contemporary music. His deep immersion into the different musical eras and the authors’ intentions has allowed him to get the recognition of international juries with outstanding musicians like Vladimir Ashkenazy, Martha Argerich and Sergey Babayan for every musical style he performs. Examples of this are his prizes for the best baroque piece in the the UNISA competition, best contemporary Japanese piece in Hamamatsu competition, best classical sonata in the Verona competition and best Chopin interpretation in the Baltic competition, amongst others. Remaining always romantic deep in his soul, Igor reveals in each performance his passion for all music genres and directions. He is keen to discover new solo and chamber music works by contemporary composers like Pierre Boulez, Dieter Ammann, Pascal Dusapin, Marc-André Hamelin. On the other hand, he is also very interested in conducting historical researches that include his discovery of Glinka’s Viola Sonata manuscripts and a historical informed performance on the fortepiano of those. 
The list of Igor's Concerto repertoire is displayed below:

Concertos with orchestra


Concerto No13 C-Dur KV415

​Concerto No17 G-Dur KV453


Concerto No1 C-Dur op.15

Concerto No4 G-Dur op.58

Triple Concerto C-Dur op.56


Concerto No 2 f-Moll op.21


Concerto No 1 Es-Dur


Concerto a-Moll op.16


Concerto No 2 B-Dur op.99


Concerto No 1 b-Moll op.23


Concerto No 2 c-Moll op.18

Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, op.43


Concerto No 2 g-Moll op.16

Concerto No 3 C-Dur op.26


Concerto G-Dur