Nisan is a rising, woman conductor from Turkey. Today’s Zaman hailed her, stating, “she’s making that wish come true, without missing a beat.” Born in 1991 in Istanbul, she began her musical studies on guitar at the age of nine, and was subsequently accepted at the Istanbul Fine Arts High School, where she added piano and composition to her artistic arsenal.
Ak received her undergraduate education in composition from Istanbul Bilgi University, where she was the highest-ranking full-scholarship student. While there, she founded and conducted the Music Department’s choir. Due to her promising conducting, she was asked by the Conservatory of Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University (Istanbul) to participate in conducting lessons there. After graduating, magna cum laude, she was accepted into the Master’s degree program in Orchestral Conducting at the Aaron Copland School of Music (CUNY), where she studied with Maestro Maurice Peress. During her masters, she was selected by the City University of New York for the honors program and the CUNY value program. Ak graduated with awards and scholarships.
As a new music lover, she conducted many premieres of acknowledged composers including Mandelbaum, Pöğün and Saylor. Her contemporary music repertoire includes but not limited to the composers like Edgard Varèse, John Williams, Steve Reich, Aaron Copland and George Perle. She studied with world-known conductors like Paavo Järvi, George Hurst, Tito Muñoz and Gerard Schwartz. Before getting selected to the University of South Carolina for the Orchestral Conducting doctorate program, she was participating Eastern Music Festival as a conducting fellow. Ak is now continuing her DMA in the studio of Maestro Donald Portnoy with full scholarship.
In 2016 Sergej Bolkhovets won the audition among over 120 applicants to become the Junior Fellow in Conducting at the RNCM 2016-2018 under the mentorship of Sir Mark Elder. Already at the age of 22 he began playing as a violinist in the Berliner Philharmoniker. Previously, from the age of 15 he was playing with conductors such as Paavo Järvi, Levine, Mehta, Abbado, Sawalish and many others, and became also a regular guest at the Rundfunk Sinfoniorchester Berlin.
Further on, he continued to play as a guest concertmaster in a.o. Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Frankfurt Opera, Orquestra de Algarve, Gothenburg Symphony, Stockholm Royal Philharmonic, Stockholm Royal Opera and many other orchestras. As a soloist he has performed over 20 violin concertos across Europe and USA and has also been a dedicated violin teacher for over 17 years.
As a conductor, Sergej began receiving conducting tuition in 2014 and has participated in masterclasses with Kenneth Kiesler, Mark Heron, Jac van Steen, Timothy Reynish, Paavo & Neemi Järvi, Leonid Grin, Peter Rundel, as well as with Sir Mark Elder.
2015-2016 he studied conducting at the Weimar Musikhochschule, and simultaneously began at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm in the Masters Programme.
2014-2016 he was the chief conductor of the student orchestra "Vielharmonisches Orchester" in Münster, and throughout his studies he has conducted Jena Philharmonic, Manchester Camerata, Dalasinfonietta, “NEO”, “KammarensembleN”, Västerås Sinfonietta and Gävle Symphony. Earlier this year he was the assistant conductor during the opera production of Händel Theodora at the RNCM, conducting one performance. Since commencing his Fellowship, he has also assisted Sir Mark Elder with the Hallé Orchestra, Vasily Petrenko and Cristian Mandeal at the Liverpool Philharmonic, Juanjo Mena and Nicholas Collon at the BBC Philharmonic Manchester. Since 2017 Sergej also teaches conducting at the Junior RNCM in Manchester.
Xandi van Dijk was born in Cape Town into a musical family and started playing the violin at the age of 4, later switching to the viola. After completing his studies, Xandi became a founding member of the Cape Town-based Sontonga Quartet. The quartet toured extensively in South Africa and internationally, premiered over 30 South African compositions and as part of their education initiative played to 40,000 learners at schools across South Africa.
Since the end of 2007 Xandi has been a member of the Signum Quartet, with whom he appears on the most important podia and festivals in Europe. With them he has been a laureate of international competitions, and from 2011-2013 they were BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists. Their recordings have received universal acclaim, and in 2014 the quartet was awarded an International Classical Music Award (ICMA) for their album “No.3” with works by Bartók, Schnittke and Berg.
Concert appearances have led the Signum Quartet from New York to Paris, from the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Wigmore Hall and the Berliner Philharmonie to the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the Aldeburgh Festival, the Festival Aix-en-Provence and the BBC Proms.
Xandi ‘s chamber music partners include Leon Fleisher, Jörg Widmann, Igor Levit, Leonard Elschenbroich, Nicolas Altstaedt, Mark Simpson and Dominique Horwitz. In 2015, the Signum Quartet launched Xandi’s project #quartweet, a Twitter-based global call for scores of short quartets of 140 notes or less. The project was launched together with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra, where #quartweets by Grawemeyer and Pulitzer Prize-winning composers and Second Graders were premiered side by side.
As a conductor, Xandi has worked with all the major South African orchestras. He premiered P.L. van Dijk’s opera earthdiving at the Spier Summer Festival, conducted the William Kentridge production of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte in Cape Town and Johannesburg, recorded the soundtrack to the Philip Noyce blockbuster Catch a Fire, and premiered Denis Goldberg and Matthijs van Dijk’s Moments in a Life at the Stellenbosch International Chamber Festival in 2016, as well as Robert Fokkens’ A Darkness Insinuating in 2017. In September 2017, Xandi will take up the principal viola position with the Munich Chamber Orchestra.
Joolz is a British conductor of remarkable versatility and musicianship, who combines his informed knowledge and expertise of early music with his passion for the classical and romantic repertoire. His unique and collaborative approach to music-making sees him as a refreshing interpreter and innovative communicator. As founder and Artistic Director of Ensemble Mini, he strives to find new audiences through alterative concert formats and venues, whilst as a guest conductor, Joolz has conducted throughout Europe, Latin America and the Far East. He has also embarked on several special projects, including for television and radio, and is a founding board member of the Molyvos International Music Festival.
Initially studying as a violinist, Joolz Gale read Music at the University of Oxford before furthering his studies at Royal College of Music, London as a singer. Graduating in 2007, he became an inaugural apprentice to the Monteverdi Choir under Sir John Eliot Gardiner, at which time he began to develop his skills as a conductor.
After his participation in the 2007 Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition, Joolz Gale quickly made important conducting debuts with Shanghai Symphony and China National Symphony and further guest engagements with orchestras in Venezuela, Mexico and Brazil. He also made his début radio recording with Bayerischer Rundfunk and the Bamberger Symphoniker and has since gone on to conduct as a guest throughout Europe, Latin America and Far East, including Orquesta de Cadaqués, Orquesta y Coro de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cape Philharmonic, KZN Philharmonic, Cor de Cambra del Palau de la Música Catalana, Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla and Taiwan Philharmonic.
Orr studied orchestral conducting with Yi-An Xu at the Buchmann- Mehta School of Music, Tel-Aviv University and he is studying for his Masters degree in Conducting with professors Clark Rundell and Mark Heron at the Royal Northern College of Music.
In 2013 he won first prize at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music chamber music competition for his performance of Igor Stravinsky's Histoire Du Soldat suite. In September 2014 he won a conducting studying scholarship-awarded by the America Israel Cultural Foundation. Orr has participated in master classes with Maestri: Nicolás Pasquet, Lior Shambadal, Sir Mark Elder, Howard Williams and Zsolt Nagy. Orr is regularly assistant conductor at the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. He conducted Leipzig radio orchestra (MDR Sinfonieorchester), Savaria symphony orchestra, Symphonette Ra’anana, Meitar ensemble and Mozart Liverpool orchestra.
Described as a lively conductor with clear gestures and a genuine passion for music, James Salomon Kahane has already been, at the age of 21, led to conduct many professional orchestras, among which the Finnish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, the Lucerne Festival Strings and the Gstaad Festival Orchestra. During this season, James has been invited to the Lucerne Festival Conducting Masterclass (out of more than 360 candidates) with Bernard Haitink, and to the prestigious Tanglewood Festival Conducting Seminar in summer. Last year, he has already been the youngest selected conductor for the Gstaad Menuhin Festival, where he was later chosen by Neeme Järvi to conduct in an official festival concert.
Along that, James benefited from the teaching of many prominent conductors such as Paavo Järvi, David Zinman, Sir Roger Norrington, John Storgårds, Mikko Franck, Yoav Talmi, Colin Metters and Jorma Panula.
In Spring 2017, James has been appointed Assistant Conductor at the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, currently serving there at the side of its Chief Conductor Susanna Mälkki. He is also studying in the Orchestral Conducting class of the Sibelius Academy, where he has been accepted at the age of 19, with Hannu Lintu and Atso Almila.
Estonian conductor Andres Kaljuste has enjoyed debuts during the 2016/17 season with orchestras including Helsinki Philharmonic, Tampere Philharmonic and Odense Symphony Orchestra. He has also received re- invitations to Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and Pori Sinfonietta for the 2017/18 season. Recently he stepped in at very short notice to conduct Lahti Sinfonia in a programme of Vaughan Williams, Barber and Dutilleux, to critical acclaim. The last season also included programmes of opera, film and contemporary music, including Finnish premiere of Arvo Pärt's “Greater Antiphons”, as well as conducting the contemporary composers' showcase during Avanti! XXXI Summer Sounds Festival.
Kaljuste violin at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm and later Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" Berlin. A two-year scholarship followed with the Academy of Rundfunk- Sinfonieorchester Berlin, after which he went on to pursue a busy freelance career working with top UK orchestras such as the RPO, the Philharmonia and as guest concertmaster of Oulu Sinfonia, Finland. He recently completed his orchestral conducting masters degree at the Sibelius Academy. He has also been the guest-principal viola of the Helsinki Philharmonic during the past three seasons.
As a soloist, Kaljuste has appeared with Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Verona Philharmonic, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Pori Sinfonietta, Belgrade Strings, Vanemuise Symphony Orchestra and made his debut at Berlin's Konzerthaus in 2010 with Cappella Academica, playing the Brahms violin concerto.
Born in Belarus, Rostislav Krimer has been impressing audiences and critics with his brilliant pianism and sensitive musicality. He is favoured to play with the musicians of the calibre of Yuri Bashmet, Maxim Vengerov, Gidon Kremer, Sergey Krylov, Viktor Tretyakov, Mario Brunello, Paul Badura-Skoda both as a concerto soloist and a chamber musician. Krimer has performed all over the world including Grand Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Grand Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, Berlin Philharmonie, St.Martin-in-the Fields, Cadogan Hall, Queen Elisabeth Hall, Teatro Pergola in Florence among many others.
Among solo appearances Rostislav Krimer brings his close attention to chamber music and playing in duo together with legendary pianist Paul Badura-Skoda recitals and concertos, recently at Ljubljana Music Festival. He also performs for many years in a duo with violinist Sergey Krylov. In January 2012, a CD of Sofia Gubaidulina “The Canticle of the Sun”, which was performed by Gidon Kremer, “Kremerata Baltica”, Rostislav Krimer, Nicolas Altstadt and chamber choir “Kamär” was released by EMC Records. In July 2014, the CD of live performance of the Mozart double concerto by Rostislav Krimer and Paul Badura-Skoda was released by ERP-Music label.
In 2015, he founded and became Music and Artistic Director of the East-West Chamber Orchestra, which consist of best artists from Eastern and Western Europe. This Orchestra For Peace includes laureates of Tchaikovsky, Wieniawsky, Paganini competitions, concertmasters of renowned orchestras from Armenia, Baltic Countries, Belarus, Italy, Georgia, Germany, Moldova, Poland, Russia, Ukraine among others. There are also number of great Stradivari, Guarneri-del-Gesu, Guadagnini instruments in the orchestra.
Rostislav Krimer is a founder and Artistic Director of the Yuri Bashmet International Music Festival, which annually sees since 2006 on its stage best artists of our time together with young talents from all over the world.
Like many other successful alumni of the famous conducting class of the Sibelius Academy, Mikk Murdvee started his musical studies as a violinist, graduating from the violin class of Mari Tampere-Bezrodny in 2005. Parallel to the violin, Mikk studied conducting with Leif Segerstam, Atso Almila and Jorma Panula, making his conducting diploma in 2007. He received his early musical education in the Tallinn Music High School where his teachers were Niina Murdvee, Harald Aasa and Mari Tampere-Bezrodny.
In 2007 Mikk Murdvee became Principal Conductor of the Helsinki University Symphony Orchestra (Ylioppilaskunnan Soittajat), with which he has made successful tours to Germany, Poland, Sweden, Denmark and Estonia and recorded two CDs.
He has been chief conductor of Tallinn Music High School Symphony Orchestra 2011-2015. Today Mikk Murdvee is internationally active as a conductor and as a violinist. He has been teaching conducting in Sibelius Academy since 2011. In 2016 he was named as artistic director of Kaarina Music Festival and Music Camp, first festival will be held 26.6.-2.7.2017 near Turku.
Mikk Murdvee is regularly conducting the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, and has conducted also the Philharmonic Orchestras of Helsinki, Tampere and Turku, the Oulu Symphony Orchestra, the Kuopio, Jyväskylä, Vaasa, Joensuu, Lappeenranta, Pori, Seinäjoki and Kemi City Orchestras, the Symphony Orchestras of the London Royal College of Music, Sibelius Academy and Metropolia, the Southbank Sinfonia of London and many others.
During 2011 he has worked as Assistant to Esa-Pekka Salonen in several projects with the Philharmonia Orchestra. Apart from conducting, he is sought after as violin soloist, concert master, chamber music partner and teacher.
During 2017 he has and will return to conduct city orchestras of Pärnu, Turku and Kuopio and will be involved as a conductor with a new operetta production in Finland.
German conductor Stefan Neubert began his musical education at the world's oldest and famous boys choir 'Stadtsingechor zu Halle' and the Konservatorium G.F.Händel. He studied piano, improvisation and conducting at the Universitys of Dresden and Karlsruhe.
During his studies he worked with several professional orchestras such as Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, Philharmonie Baden-Baden, Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie Konstanz and Württembergisches Kammerorchester. Stefan has worked at the Opera House in Karlsruhe and in Dessau as a repetiteur, chorus master and conductor. Since 2015 he has been Kapellmeister at the Saarländisches Staatstheater in Saarbrücken, where he conducts the whole repertoire such as opera, operetta, musical, ballet and symphonic concerts.
Jaan is an Estonian pianist and conductor. During the last season he conducted the Pärnu City Orchestra and Lahti Sinfonia, next season highlights include debut with the Finnish National Ballet and return to Pärnu City Orchestra.
During the season 2015/16 he served as the assistant conductor of the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra and assisted Maestro Hannu Lintu with Jean Sibelius Orchestra. During the same year, he graduated from the Sibelius Academy`s Orchestral Conducting class, receiving maximum grade.
Coming from family of musicians, he has been involved with music from a very early age. In addition to piano, his wide musical backround also includes extensive studies in trumpet playing. Having excelled in both instruments, Jaan is a laureate of over 20 competition in Estonia, Latvia, Russia and Germany, such as the Steinway&Sons Competition for Young PIanists, the Estonian National Competition for Wind Instruments and the Estonian National PIano Competition.
In parallel, he has been active as a chamber musician, touring around Europe with various ensembles such as the Amaryllis quartet and the Frielinghaus Ensemble.
Alongside with his colleague Kornilios Michailidis, he is fonder of the "Beethoven Now!" project.
Filip is an aspiring Polish-German conductor. He began attending piano lessons at the age of five. As a child, he won several awards at the competition 'Jugend Musiziert' including the first prize in the trio section at state level, in 2001.
At the age of 13 Filip commenced a course in church music at the episcopal church music school in Trier. During this time, he could gain his first experience in conducting as well as experience leading rehearsals and concerts of the chamber choir 'Cantores Trevirenses'. In 2009 Filip began studying with Mark Stringer at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. He completed this course in 2014, receiving his Conducting Major. During his studies Filip studied choir conducting with Erwin Ortner and was singing in his 'Arnold Schönberg Choir'.
Filip was a conducting and teaching assistant at Mark Stringer's masterclass during the summer academy 'PragWienBudapest'. In the capacity as assistant of Uwe Theimer he conducted several performances of Johann Strauss' 'The Bat' at the Schönbrunn Palace Theatre. He was taught by, and attended, master classes by Christoph Eschenbach, Bertrand de Billy, Nicolas Pasquet, Clark Rundell and Peter Rundel.
In 2015 Filip was elected as the new chief conductor and artistic director of the Chamber Philharmonic and the Symphony Orchestra of the TU Dresden. Last winter Filip made his debut with the renowned Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra (NOSPR) in Katowice. Filip has led musical ensembles such as the ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna, the Symphonic Orchestra of the Rzeszow Philharmonic, the Webern Symphonic Orchestra, Remix Ensemble Casa da Música, the Valsassina Ensemble and the orchestra 'Spirit of Europe'. He also founded the 'Cum Sonore Orchestra Vienna' and conducted it in performances in the Arnold Schönberg Center and in the Minorites Church in Vienna.
Ingrid Roose (b. 1990) has graduated from Tallinn Music High School where under the guidance of Ingrid Kõrvits she studied choral conducting. Studying under the instruction of Hirvo Surva, she received a bachelor degree in the same speciality from Estonian Music and Theatre Academy. Since 2015, she has pursued her studies majoring in orchestral conducting in Jüri Alpertens’ class.
In the fall semester of 2016, Ingrid Roose continued her studies in Royal College of Music in Stockholm. In the spring of 2013, she founded the choir Kammerhääled and has had continues success conducting the choir in music festivals, concerts etc. In 2016, she took part in Järvi Summer Academy. In the same year, she initiated and conducted the opera „The Turn of the Screw” by Benjamin Britten, where performers were students of Estonian Music and Theatre Academy.
Ingrid Roose is also a chief conductor of a symphony orchestra at „Georg Ots“ school of Music , Tallinn. She is also a conductor in the 12th youth song and dance celebration.
Maria is a first soloist with Royal Ballet of Flanders (Belgium). Ballet and music have been equally influential in her life since early childhood. Long before attending professional ballet school Maria studied piano at children’s music school. She continued her musical education throughout her years of ballet training.
Maria completed her ballet education in world famous Vaganova Ballet Academy (St.Petersburg, Russia). During first years of her professional career as a dancer she attended Tallinn University (Estonia) and obtained a bachelor’s degree in choreography, completing all available music related subjects as a part of her study.
In following years, Maria developed a strong desire to become an orchestra conductor. Working in some of the most highly regarded opera houses in Europe, she had a possibility to closely observe the working process of master conductors such as: D.Barenboim, P.Boulez, M. Jurowsky, N.Harnoncourt, in their working process. During this time she started studying conducting with P.Connelly and B.Pope.
In 2011-12, Maria studied at Berklee College of Music, completing a Master Certificate in Harmony, Theory of music, Ear training and Orchestration. From 2013, Maria began to conduct piano rehearsals for ballet productions at her company, Royal Ballet of Flanders. In July-August 2015, through recommendation of D.Grier (Royal Opera House) Maria was accepted as a participant for G.Hurst Conducting Course in Sherborne (England) and started to study with R.Saglimbeni and D.Ham.
After repeating the same course in 2016, Maria was invited by R.Saglimbeni to assist with his Orquesta Municipal de Caracas (Venezuela) in spring 2017. During season 2016-17, Maria has taken on responsibilities of an assistant to the music director of Casco Phil (former Flemish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra).
In March 2017, she attended Järvi Winter Academy (directed by P.Järvi and A.Leytush)
For the season 2017-18, Maria will be having position of an assistant to the music director/ cover conductor at Stuttgart Ballet (Stuttgart Opera House, Germany).
Maria has achieved high level in piano performance and is currently studying violin.
Filip (Zagreb, 1988) received elementary and secondary music education at GU Elly Bašić. He studied orchestral conducting at the Music Academy in Zagreb in the class of prof. Uroš Lajovic where he is currently a graduate student in the class of prof. Mladen Tarbuk. As a participant in student opera productions "L Elisir d amore" and "Carmen" was awarded with Special Rector's Award. He is one of the founders of the Zagreb Youth Orchestra with whom he works as a conductor from 2010 to 2012. In the season of 2014/2015 he collaborates with the Croatian Chamber Orchestra conducting concerts in Zagreb and Vukovar. In March of 2017 he makes a debut with Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra conducting a concert version of G. Bizet "Carmen". He also works as a composer and arranger. He has collaborated with many ensembles and performers, among which are the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, duo 2CELLOS, Croatian Radio-Television Orchestra, Zagreb Soloists, Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, String Quartet Sebastian and others.
Winner of the first prize for conducting at the national “Claudio Abbado” competition in L’Aquila, Italian conductor Nil Venditti is a graduate of the Conservatory Morlacchi of Perugia with a diploma in cello. Since age ten she has been a member of the JuniOrchestra Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome where she is principal cello under the direction of Simone Genuini. She has also had the opportunity to work with Antonio Pappano, Nicola Piovani, Fabio Biondi. Currently she is studying conducting at the conservatory Alfredo Casella of L’Aquila, guided by Maestro Marcello Bufalini. She also has participated in several conducting masterclasses led by Peter Gulke, Donato Renzetti, Riccardo Muti, Windfuhr, Gianluigi Gelmetti and in the Gstaad Menuhin Festival masterclass with Maestro Neeme Jarvi and Johannes Schaefli. In 2014 she received an Honorable Mention by the Project “IMC” and recently is conducting the Sinfonica Abruzzese in various occasions, like at the renowned “Reate Festival” of Rieti.
Nil conducted the Perugia chamber orchestra for official RadioTre festival in a concert dedicated to France and after that she became the principal conductor of that orchestra. Before that, she was called to conduct for RadioTre’s music festival in Matera a concert by M°Nicola Campogrande for public and orchestra, where the public is soloist.
Nil is founder of “Insieme Music Festival”, a festival full of musical surprises and collaborations between professionals and students.
Know she is attending the master’s degree in conducting in the Hochschule of Zurich with Maestro Johannes Schaefli.
Iaroslav was born in 1987 in St.Petesburg and studied at St. Petersburg musical
Lyceum. He graduated with honors from St. Petersburg musical college in 2006 and the famous St. Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory as violinist in 2011 and as a conductor in 2016. Studying violin with Prof. Antonina Kazarina(2011), and opera-symphonic conducting with Prof. Mickhail Kukushkin (2016) which follows famous Ilya Musin method of orchestral conducting.
During his studies Iaroslav participated in master classes of Professor Hatto Beyerle, Stanislav Gorkovenko, Vasily Sinaisky, Jean-Claude Casadesus, and gained enthusiastic recommendations. While pursuing his studies, from 2011 Iaroslav performed as violinist in legendary St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchesta with Chief conductor Yuri Temirkanov. Thanks to this Iaroslav established a creative dialogue with famous conductors: Charles Dutoit, Michail Jurowski, Jean-Claude Casadesus, Tomas Zanderling, Vasily Sinaisky, Ken Takaseki and Mario Venzago, from whom he learned a lot. In 2012 during his first participation in conducting competitions he conducted the «New Japan Philharmonic orchestra» and was highly praised by the panel of judges. In 2013 he became principal conductor of Singolo orchestra in St.Petesburg which were established in 2009 by Iaroslav and his friends. Now it's the one of the best known by the public youth orchestras in St.Petesburg. Many different musical projects are held and performed by Iaroslav and Singolo orchestra.
Along with concerts in all best concert halls in St.Petersburg Iaroslav and Singolo have:
Charity project that had began in 2016 with concert that supported St.Petersburg Cancer foundation. Winners of Tchaikovsky competition Sergei Dogadin and Olyesa Petrova were the first soloists that cooperate with Iaroslav to make this concert happen. This concert broadcasted on the internet. Online auditorium were about 15000 listeners. Music of Wagner, Saint-Saens,, Tchaikovsky and Rimsky-Korsakov were performed during this concert. This concert became a very good start for active cooperation between Iaroslav and different charity foundations all over the country.
Project where Iaroslav presents the rare played music is the oldest. Since 2009 Singolo orchestra performed music of composers such as: Johann Filtz, Kurt Atterberg, Dag Wiren, Louis Spohr, Jean-Louis Duport, Johann Hasse, Johann Wilhelm Hertel, Nicolaus Kraft, L. Hoffman, Johann Facius.and others.
In 2015 Iaroslav start to cooperate with St.Petersburg’s Rimsky-Korsakov Theatre of State Conservatory, St. Petersburg governor’s orchestra, Philharmonic orchestra of Pskov, Since 2017: Philharmonic orchestra of Irkutsk.
His debut in theatre he was in 2016. He performed Tchaikovsky’s opera “Evgeny Onegin» with St.Petersburg’s Rimsky-Korsakov Theatre of State Conservatory.
Also in 2016 he recorded his first Compact Disc with astonishing violinist Zino Vinnikov
and ensemble of soloists of St.Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.
In 2016 for achievements in the field of musical activity in St. Petersburg Iaroslav was recognized the first prize in musical competition «Vivat Saint-Petersburg»