NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Updated: Thursday, March 17, 2016, 11:18 PM
Two daughters of concert pianist Vadym Kholodenko (right) were found dead at a home in Benbrook, Texas, on Thursday.
The young daughters of renown Ukrainian pianist Vadym Kholodenko have been found dead at their home near Fort Worth, Texas.
Nika and Michela Kholodenko, 5 and 1, were discovered on Thursday morning along with their 31-year-old mother, who suffered multiple stab wounds, according to police in Benbrook.
The Tarrant County medical examiner identified the girls and said that they were found in a bedroom, but did not say how they died.
The medical examiner said that Nika and Michela Kholodenko, 5 and 1, were found dead in a bedroom at the house.
Police said that neither had stab wounds.
Their classical music star father is scheduled to play Friday, Saturday and Sunday with the Fort Worth Symphony, though a spokesman told CBS DFW that the performances are now cancelled.
Kholodenko and his family moved to Texas after he won the gold medal at the Cliburn competition in 2013.
It was not clear as of Thursday night where he was in the morning.
The 29-year-old was born in Kiev, later moving to Moscow before recently making a home in Texas.
He achieved fame after winning prizes at international competitions, including a gold medal at the Fort Worth-based Van Cliburn International Competition in 2013.