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Honored Artist of Russia. Alexander Ghindin has been unanimously acclaimed by music lovers and critics as one of the most gifted and original contemporary pianists. Born in 1977 in Moscow. At 17, before enrolling in the Conservatory, became the youngest award winner of the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow and one of the most sough-after performers of his generation.

In 1999 won the 2nd award in the Queen Elizabeth Piano Competition in Brussels. This success helped launch a full-time career as a pianist.

In 2007 Ghindin won the 1st award in Cleveland International Piano Competition (the USA) and was engaged for 50 concerts in the USA. According to critics, "he has made a staggering impression on the audience, demonstrating such a high level of mastery that makes every one of his performances special and unforgettable" (Art and Life).

In July 2010 Ghindin won the 1st award in Santa Catarina Piano Competition (Florianopolis, Brazil).

In 2001 Ondine records studio released the world's premiere of Rachmaninoff's First and Fourth piano concertos in the author's version performed by Ghindin to the accompaniment of Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra led by Vladimir Ashkenazi.

The pianist was on the award panel of International Nutcracker TV Competition for young musicians (2004, 2006, 2009, 2011), the 1st National Music Competition (Moscow, 2010), Cleveland Piano Competition (the USA, 2011) etc.

Since 2006 has been running his own concert series at one of Russia's major venues, Svetlanov Hall at MIHM, presenting one-of-a-kind recitals: Solo recital for four grand pianos, Duet for piano and organ, American music for two pianos etc.

In 2006 held a series of concerts with Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and performed at Suntori Hall.

Ghindin is an artistic leader of Swedish Royal Festival and A Tribute to Knushevitsky festival in Saratov.

Tours in Russia and beyond. Performed with prominent Russian and foreign orchestras, including Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Russia's National Philharmonic Orchestra, Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Virtuosos, Saint Petersburg Camerata Orchestra, Paris Orchestra, Belgian National Orchestra, Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Salzburg Camerata Orchestra, Rotterdam Symphony Orchestra, philharmonic orchestras of London, Helsinki, Luxembourg, Liege, Freiburg, Monte Carlo and Munich, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, New Japanese Philharmonic Orchestra, Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra etc.

Collaborated with conductors Vladimir Ashkenazi, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Vladimir Spivakov, Vladimir Minin, Arnold Katz, Yuri Simonov, Dmitry Kitayenko, Fuat Mansurov, Vasily Sinaisky, Alexander Lazarev, Vladimir Jurowski, Saulus Sondetskis. Alan Gilbert, Krzysztof Penderecki, Paarvo Jarvi, James dePreist, Leonard Slatkin, Louis Langree, Eliahu Inbal, Arthur Fagen, David Shallon, Juozas Domarkas etc.

Ghindin participates in musical festivals on a constant basis, including Russian festivals Russian Winter, Stars in Kremlin, New Age of Russian Piano Music, Vladimir Spivakov Invites, Musical Kremlin, Sakharov Arts Festival, Swedish Royal Festival in Stockholm, Robert Casadesus International Piano Encounters in Lille, Vladimir Spivakov Festival in Colmar, Radio France Festival, Folle journée (France), Bad Kissengen summer festival (Germany), Rising Stars (Poland), Days of Russian Culture in Moravia (Czech Republic), Ruhr Piano Festival (Germany) and festivals in Echternach, La Roque-d'Anthéron, Brussels, Limoges, Lille, Cracow, Rome, Sintra and Sicily.

Ghindin's performances were recorded and broadcast on the radio and TV in Russia, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Poland, and Japan.

Ghindin released 24 CDs with leading recording labels in Russia, France, the UK, Germany, Finland, and Japan, including Decca, Capriccio, Ondine, Tri-M Classics, Russian Season (Russian partner of Le Chant du Monde label), DML, CD Accord, Naxos etc.

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In 1999 won the 2nd award in the Queen Elizabeth Piano Competition in Brussels. This success helped launch a full-time career as a pianist.

In 2007 Ghindin won the 1st award in Cleveland International Piano Competition (the USA) and was engaged for 50 concerts in the USA. According to critics, "he has made a staggering impression on the audience, demonstrating such a high level of mastery that makes every one of his performances special and unforgettable" (Art and Life).

In July 2010 Ghindin won the 1st award in Santa Catarina Piano Competition (Florianopolis, Brazil).

In 2001 Ondine records studio released the world's premiere of Rachmaninoff's First and Fourth piano concertos in the author's version performed by Ghindin to the accompaniment of Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra led by Vladimir Ashkenazi.

The pianist was on the award panel of International Nutcracker TV Competition for young musicians (2004, 2006, 2009, 2011), the 1st National Music Competition (Moscow, 2010), Cleveland Piano Competition (the USA, 2011) etc.

Since 2006 has been running his own concert series at one of Russia's major venues, Svetlanov Hall at MIHM, presenting one-of-a-kind recitals: Solo recital for four grand pianos, Duet for piano and organ, American music for two pianos etc.

In 2006 held a series of concerts with Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and performed at Suntori Hall.

Ghindin is an artistic leader of Swedish Royal Festival and A Tribute to Knushevitsky festival in Saratov.

Tours in Russia and beyond. Performed with prominent Russian and foreign orchestras, including Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Russia's National Philharmonic Orchestra, Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Virtuosos, Saint Petersburg Camerata Orchestra, Paris Orchestra, Belgian National Orchestra, Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Salzburg Camerata Orchestra, Rotterdam Symphony Orchestra, philharmonic orchestras of London, Helsinki, Luxembourg, Liege, Freiburg, Monte Carlo and Munich, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, New Japanese Philharmonic Orchestra, Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra etc.

Collaborated with conductors Vladimir Ashkenazi, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Vladimir Spivakov, Vladimir Minin, Arnold Katz, Yuri Simonov, Dmitry Kitayenko, Fuat Mansurov, Vasily Sinaisky, Alexander Lazarev, Vladimir Jurowski, Saulus Sondetskis. Alan Gilbert, Krzysztof Penderecki, Paarvo Jarvi, James dePreist, Leonard Slatkin, Louis Langree, Eliahu Inbal, Arthur Fagen, David Shallon, Juozas Domarkas etc.

Ghindin participates in musical festivals on a constant basis, including Russian festivals Russian Winter, Stars in Kremlin, New Age of Russian Piano Music, Vladimir Spivakov Invites, Musical Kremlin, Sakharov Arts Festival, Swedish Royal Festival in Stockholm, Robert Casadesus International Piano Encounters in Lille, Vladimir Spivakov Festival in Colmar, Radio France Festival, Folle journée (France), Bad Kissengen summer festival (Germany), Rising Stars (Poland), Days of Russian Culture in Moravia (Czech Republic), Ruhr Piano Festival (Germany) and festivals in Echternach, La Roque-d'Anthéron, Brussels, Limoges, Lille, Cracow, Rome, Sintra and Sicily.

Ghindin's performances were recorded and broadcast on the radio and TV in Russia, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Poland, and Japan.

Ghindin released 24 CDs with leading recording labels in Russia, France, the UK, Germany, Finland, and Japan, including Decca, Capriccio, Ondine, Tri-M Classics, Russian Season (Russian partner of Le Chant du Monde label), DML, CD Accord, Naxos etc.

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Andrey Ivanov - Honored Artist of Russia, one of Russia' best jazz double bassists, invented new methods of playing jazz double bass, composer, music producer, mastermind behind numerous artistic and producing endeavors of Ivanov Brothers' International Production Centre.

Ivanov brothers – Mikhail (piano) и Andrey (double bass)

• The alliance of two prominent musicians, who won recognition in Russia and Europe.
• Ivanov Brothers as a brand appeared in 1988 as part of Rostov Trio jazz band on the stage of Rostov Philharmonic.
• In 1989 Rostov Trio was invited to work for Rostov Philharmonic.
• After winning in European jazz competition were able to perform at major venues worldwide.
• Touring geography: France, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Switzerland, Finland, Canada.
• Since 2014 have been MRP's soloists.

AWARDS
• Winners of Russian National Competition for young jazz musicians (Rostov-on-Don, 1988)
• Grand-Prix in European jazz competition (Brussels, 1989)
• Participated in:
- North Sea Jazz Festival (Netherlands, 1991)
- Montreal Jazz Festival (Canada, 1992)
- Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland)
- Belga Jazz Festival (Belgium, 1994)
• Winners of Moscow government award in the field of literature and art for Mikhail Ivanov's symphony poem "My Russian Heart" (2010)
• Winners of Russian government award in the field of culture for Ivanov Brothers' Symphojazz program (2013)

Collaborated with celebrated Russian, European and American soloists and ensembles, including Georgy Garanyan, Sergey Mazayev, Arkady Shilkloper, Denis Matsuyev, Igor and Oleg Butman, Borislav Strulev, Valery Ponomaryov, David Goloshekin, Frank Vagane (Belgium), Chanda Rule (USA), Arlee Leonard (USA), Alexey Utkin and Hermitage ensemble, Moscow Virtuosos orchestra led by Vladimir Spivakov, New Russia State Symphony Orchestra led by Yuri Bashmet, Academic Symphony Orchestra led by Yuri Simonov.

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Andrey Ivanov - Honored Artist of Russia, one of Russia' best jazz double bassists, invented new methods of playing jazz double bass, composer, music producer, mastermind behind numerous artistic and producing endeavors of Ivanov Brothers' International Production Centre.

Ivanov brothers – Mikhail (piano) и Andrey (double bass)

• The alliance of two prominent musicians, who won recognition in Russia and Europe.
• Ivanov Brothers as a brand appeared in 1988 as part of Rostov Trio jazz band on the stage of Rostov Philharmonic.
• In 1989 Rostov Trio was invited to work for Rostov Philharmonic.
• After winning in European jazz competition were able to perform at major venues worldwide.
• Touring geography: France, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Switzerland, Finland, Canada.
• Since 2014 have been MRP's soloists.

AWARDS
• Winners of Russian National Competition for young jazz musicians (Rostov-on-Don, 1988)
• Grand-Prix in European jazz competition (Brussels, 1989)
• Participated in:
- North Sea Jazz Festival (Netherlands, 1991)
- Montreal Jazz Festival (Canada, 1992)
- Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland)
- Belga Jazz Festival (Belgium, 1994)
• Winners of Moscow government award in the field of literature and art for Mikhail Ivanov's symphony poem "My Russian Heart" (2010)
• Winners of Russian government award in the field of culture for Ivanov Brothers' Symphojazz program (2013)

Collaborated with celebrated Russian, European and American soloists and ensembles, including Georgy Garanyan, Sergey Mazayev, Arkady Shilkloper, Denis Matsuyev, Igor and Oleg Butman, Borislav Strulev, Valery Ponomaryov, David Goloshekin, Frank Vagane (Belgium), Chanda Rule (USA), Arlee Leonard (USA), Alexey Utkin and Hermitage ensemble, Moscow Virtuosos orchestra led by Vladimir Spivakov, New Russia State Symphony Orchestra led by Yuri Bashmet, Academic Symphony Orchestra led by Yuri Simonov.

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Mikhail Ivanov - Honored Artist of Russia, composer, pianist, music producer, author of new musical instrument Russian Sophia Belfry, mastermind behind the International Culture Festival in Belgium and Russia. Nikolay Androsov wrote choreography to the music of his piece "On the Seven Winds" for Moscow State Dance Ensemble Russian Seasons.

Ivanov brothers – Mikhail (piano) и Andrey (double bass)

• The alliance of two prominent musicians, who won recognition in Russia and Europe.
• Ivanov Brothers as a brand appeared in 1988 as part of Rostov Trio jazz band on the stage of Rostov Philharmonic.
• In 1989 Rostov Trio was invited to work for Rostov Philharmonic.
• After winning in European jazz competition were able to perform at major venues worldwide.
• Touring geography: France, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Switzerland, Finland, Canada.
• Since 2014 have been MRP's soloists.

AWARDS
• Winners of Russian National Competition for young jazz musicians (Rostov-on-Don, 1988)
• Grand-Prix in European jazz competition (Brussels, 1989)
• Participated in:
- North Sea Jazz Festival (Netherlands, 1991)
- Montreal Jazz Festival (Canada, 1992)
- Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland)
- Belga Jazz Festival (Belgium, 1994)
• Winners of Moscow government award in the field of literature and art for Mikhail Ivanov's symphony poem "My Russian Heart" (2010)
• Winners of Russian government award in the field of culture for Ivanov Brothers' Symphojazz program (2013)

Collaborated with celebrated Russian, European and American soloists and ensembles, including Georgy Garanyan, Sergey Mazayev, Arkady Shilkloper, Denis Matsuyev, Igor and Oleg Butman, Borislav Strulev, Valery Ponomaryov, David Goloshekin, Frank Vagane (Belgium), Chanda Rule (USA), Arlee Leonard (USA), Alexey Utkin and Hermitage ensemble, Moscow Virtuosos orchestra led by Vladimir Spivakov, New Russia State Symphony Orchestra led by Yuri Bashmet, Academic Symphony Orchestra led by Yuri Simonov.


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Mikhail Ivanov - Honored Artist of Russia, composer, pianist, music producer, author of new musical instrument Russian Sophia Belfry, mastermind behind the International Culture Festival in Belgium and Russia. Nikolay Androsov wrote choreography to the music of his piece "On the Seven Winds" for Moscow State Dance Ensemble Russian Seasons.

Ivanov brothers – Mikhail (piano) и Andrey (double bass)

• The alliance of two prominent musicians, who won recognition in Russia and Europe.
• Ivanov Brothers as a brand appeared in 1988 as part of Rostov Trio jazz band on the stage of Rostov Philharmonic.
• In 1989 Rostov Trio was invited to work for Rostov Philharmonic.
• After winning in European jazz competition were able to perform at major venues worldwide.
• Touring geography: France, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Switzerland, Finland, Canada.
• Since 2014 have been MRP's soloists.

AWARDS
• Winners of Russian National Competition for young jazz musicians (Rostov-on-Don, 1988)
• Grand-Prix in European jazz competition (Brussels, 1989)
• Participated in:
- North Sea Jazz Festival (Netherlands, 1991)
- Montreal Jazz Festival (Canada, 1992)
- Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland)
- Belga Jazz Festival (Belgium, 1994)
• Winners of Moscow government award in the field of literature and art for Mikhail Ivanov's symphony poem "My Russian Heart" (2010)
• Winners of Russian government award in the field of culture for Ivanov Brothers' Symphojazz program (2013)

Collaborated with celebrated Russian, European and American soloists and ensembles, including Georgy Garanyan, Sergey Mazayev, Arkady Shilkloper, Denis Matsuyev, Igor and Oleg Butman, Borislav Strulev, Valery Ponomaryov, David Goloshekin, Frank Vagane (Belgium), Chanda Rule (USA), Arlee Leonard (USA), Alexey Utkin and Hermitage ensemble, Moscow Virtuosos orchestra led by Vladimir Spivakov, New Russia State Symphony Orchestra led by Yuri Bashmet, Academic Symphony Orchestra led by Yuri Simonov.


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Aydar Gianullin is internationally acclaimed bayan player, prominent vocalist and composer, member of Cinema Arts Academy, Honored Artist of Tatarstan Republic, winner of Nika National Cinema Award and Bely Slon (White Elephant) award for soundtrack to Euphoria directed by Vyrypayev, winner of award at the 20th Kinotavr Cinema Festival (Sochi, 2009) in the Best Soundtrack category (Oxygen by Vyrypayev). Award winner of 18 international competitions for bayan players and accordionists, including World Cup (London, 2001).

His music is presented at celebrated venues worldwide: Grand Hall of Berlin Philharmonic, Gaveau Hall (Paris), Wigmore Hall (London), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Kennedy Center (Washington), MIHM, State Kremlin Palace etc.

Mr. Gainullin is listed in the President's Golden Book of Russia's Talents for outstanding achievements in the art of bayan playing. The musician won scholarships of Rostropovich foundation, Friedrich Lips foundation, Russian Performing Art foundation, Russian Culture foundation, and New Names foundation. The musician received honors from the Kaunas Conservatory (Lithuania) and from the Russian government. Has been on the award panel of numerous top-notch Russian and foreign festivals for instrumentalists.
Graduated with distinction from Gnessin Music Academy (class of professor Friedrich Lips) and Berlin Hanns Eisler Music School (class of professor Gudrun Wall). Since 2011 has been associate professor at Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach-Schule (Berlin) and teacher at Gnessin Music Academy.

Mr. Gainullin has toured in France, Thailand, Japan, Malaysia, Kuwait, England, the USA, Poland, Hungary, Greece, India, Yugoslavia, Italy, Germany, China, Spain, the Netherlands, Finland, Lithuania, Austria, North Korea, Luxembourg, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Czech Republic, and Israel. Collaborated with Mstislav Rostropovich, Anna Netrebko, Erwin Schrott, Seydzhi Ozava, Martina Gedek, Denis Matsuyev, Yuri Bashmet, Maxim Vengerov, Mireille Mathieu, Chulpan Khamatova, Sergey Shakurov, Marat Basharov, Renata Litvinova, German Symphony Orchestra, Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, Belgrade Symphony Orchestra etc.

Excellent skills and unique performing style of this versatile musician (not only in bayan playing, but also in vocal art and music writing) receive steady appreciation both from audiences and professionals.

MRP's soloist since 2016.

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Aydar Gianullin is internationally acclaimed bayan player, prominent vocalist and composer, member of Cinema Arts Academy, Honored Artist of Tatarstan Republic, winner of Nika National Cinema Award and Bely Slon (White Elephant) award for soundtrack to Euphoria directed by Vyrypayev, winner of award at the 20th Kinotavr Cinema Festival (Sochi, 2009) in the Best Soundtrack category (Oxygen by Vyrypayev). Award winner of 18 international competitions for bayan players and accordionists, including World Cup (London, 2001).

His music is presented at celebrated venues worldwide: Grand Hall of Berlin Philharmonic, Gaveau Hall (Paris), Wigmore Hall (London), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Kennedy Center (Washington), MIHM, State Kremlin Palace etc.

Mr. Gainullin is listed in the President's Golden Book of Russia's Talents for outstanding achievements in the art of bayan playing. The musician won scholarships of Rostropovich foundation, Friedrich Lips foundation, Russian Performing Art foundation, Russian Culture foundation, and New Names foundation. The musician received honors from the Kaunas Conservatory (Lithuania) and from the Russian government. Has been on the award panel of numerous top-notch Russian and foreign festivals for instrumentalists.
Graduated with distinction from Gnessin Music Academy (class of professor Friedrich Lips) and Berlin Hanns Eisler Music School (class of professor Gudrun Wall). Since 2011 has been associate professor at Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach-Schule (Berlin) and teacher at Gnessin Music Academy.

Mr. Gainullin has toured in France, Thailand, Japan, Malaysia, Kuwait, England, the USA, Poland, Hungary, Greece, India, Yugoslavia, Italy, Germany, China, Spain, the Netherlands, Finland, Lithuania, Austria, North Korea, Luxembourg, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Czech Republic, and Israel. Collaborated with Mstislav Rostropovich, Anna Netrebko, Erwin Schrott, Seydzhi Ozava, Martina Gedek, Denis Matsuyev, Yuri Bashmet, Maxim Vengerov, Mireille Mathieu, Chulpan Khamatova, Sergey Shakurov, Marat Basharov, Renata Litvinova, German Symphony Orchestra, Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, Belgrade Symphony Orchestra etc.

Excellent skills and unique performing style of this versatile musician (not only in bayan playing, but also in vocal art and music writing) receive steady appreciation both from audiences and professionals.

MRP's soloist since 2016.

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"Oleg's playing conveys the romantic spiritual origin of his distinctive artistic nature and the remarkable earnesty of performing."

People's Artist of Russia, conductor,

founder of Novaya Opera theatre

Yevgeny Kolobov

 

Oleg Kalagurov - pianist, conductor.
Graduated with distinction from leading Russian music institutions:
 Secondary music school at Urals Mussorgsky State Conservatory;
 Academic Music College at Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory;
 Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory.
Took classes of People's Artists of Russia Yevgeny Malinin, Viktor Merzhanov, Yuri Slesarev.

AWARDS:
• Scholarship winner in the New Names International charity program of Moscow Culture Foundation, Elina Bystritskaya Foundation
• Winner of President's Scholarship
• Winner of the 3rd award in Young Talents of Russia competition (Moscow)
• Winner of the 1st award and the special prize For excellence in performing works by Bach in International Stravinsky Competition (the USA)
• Winner of the special prize and certificate granted by the Russian Academy of Art Studies and Performing For excellence in performing Rachmaninoff's concerts at International Festival of Soloists
• Winner of the "Angelic Voice of Russia" award at International Art Festival "Russia's Sacred Heritage" under the auspices of the Russian Orthodox Church
• Winner of Grand Prix at the 3rd Moscow Vdokhnoveniye (Inspiration) Festival

Touring geography: New York, Chicago, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Sochi, Perm, Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk, Moscow, Khanty-Mansiysk, Kislovodsk, Novosibirsk, Havana, Santiago de Chile, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Kristianstad. Performed on Chicago TV, on NTV channel, on air of the Ekho Moskvy radio, Narodnoye radio, International Radio.

The repertoire includes foreign and Russian music of various styles and genres, such as: masterpieces of world's classics (works by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff), jazz compositions, contemporary pieces, best examples of popular pieces. The performing is distinguished by technical virtuosity, expressiveness, vibrant artistic images and the diversity of the piano palette.

Collaborated with prominent Russian music ensembles, including Russian National Orchestra, Tchaikovsky Grand Symphony Orchestra, Russian State Symphony Cinema Orchestra. Participated in various concert and media projects along with celebrated singers: Olga Guryakova, Dinara Aliyeva, Maxim Paster, Larisa Dolina and others. Conductor and artistic leader of "Ya veru" (I Believe) project supported by the Moscow Department for Culture and Imena Production group. Since October 2012 has been MRP's soloist.

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"Oleg's playing conveys the romantic spiritual origin of his distinctive artistic nature and the remarkable earnesty of performing."

People's Artist of Russia, conductor,

founder of Novaya Opera theatre

Yevgeny Kolobov

 

Oleg Kalagurov - pianist, conductor.
Graduated with distinction from leading Russian music institutions:
 Secondary music school at Urals Mussorgsky State Conservatory;
 Academic Music College at Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory;
 Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory.
Took classes of People's Artists of Russia Yevgeny Malinin, Viktor Merzhanov, Yuri Slesarev.

AWARDS:
• Scholarship winner in the New Names International charity program of Moscow Culture Foundation, Elina Bystritskaya Foundation
• Winner of President's Scholarship
• Winner of the 3rd award in Young Talents of Russia competition (Moscow)
• Winner of the 1st award and the special prize For excellence in performing works by Bach in International Stravinsky Competition (the USA)
• Winner of the special prize and certificate granted by the Russian Academy of Art Studies and Performing For excellence in performing Rachmaninoff's concerts at International Festival of Soloists
• Winner of the "Angelic Voice of Russia" award at International Art Festival "Russia's Sacred Heritage" under the auspices of the Russian Orthodox Church
• Winner of Grand Prix at the 3rd Moscow Vdokhnoveniye (Inspiration) Festival

Touring geography: New York, Chicago, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Sochi, Perm, Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk, Moscow, Khanty-Mansiysk, Kislovodsk, Novosibirsk, Havana, Santiago de Chile, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Kristianstad. Performed on Chicago TV, on NTV channel, on air of the Ekho Moskvy radio, Narodnoye radio, International Radio.

The repertoire includes foreign and Russian music of various styles and genres, such as: masterpieces of world's classics (works by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff), jazz compositions, contemporary pieces, best examples of popular pieces. The performing is distinguished by technical virtuosity, expressiveness, vibrant artistic images and the diversity of the piano palette.

Collaborated with prominent Russian music ensembles, including Russian National Orchestra, Tchaikovsky Grand Symphony Orchestra, Russian State Symphony Cinema Orchestra. Participated in various concert and media projects along with celebrated singers: Olga Guryakova, Dinara Aliyeva, Maxim Paster, Larisa Dolina and others. Conductor and artistic leader of "Ya veru" (I Believe) project supported by the Moscow Department for Culture and Imena Production group. Since October 2012 has been MRP's soloist.

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Pavel Baransky is an opera singer (baritone), winner of Grand Prix at International contest for opera singers in Beeskow (Germany, 2000), shortlisted in BBC contest in Cardiff (Wales, 2000), shortlisted in Placido Domingo’s “Operalia” contest (2003), MRP’s soloist.

In 2003 graduated from Kiev Conservatory (National Music Academy of Ukraine named after Tchaikovsky), where he had studied under professor Nikolay Kondratyuk. Received training at Zurich Opera Theatre (2004-2005). 

In 2004 made his debut with Hamburg State Opera as Eugene Onegin, later took on leading parts: Yeletsky (Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades), Belcore (Donizzetti’s L'elisir d'amore), Ford (Verdi’s Falstaff), Mister Flint (Britten’s Billy Budd), Germont (Verdi’s La Traviata), and more.

Performed as guest singer: in the USA (Сarnegie Hall) sung Manfredo from Montemezzi’s L'amore dei tre re; in the Netherlands – Yeletsky from Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades.

Appeared in Tchaikovsky’s Mazepa, Rachmaninoff’s Aleko, and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Kashchei the Deathless (Prince).  

Baransky’s solo recitals were held in the Congress Hall of UNESCO headquarters (France, Paris 2010) as part of Russia’s Year in France, in Lille (France), and across Russia (Moscow, Tver, Vladimir, Ekaterinburg, Smolensk, etc).

Partook in the festivals “Opera Empire” (project of Moscow Government), Oxford festival (Ireland, role of Tomáš in Smetana’s Hubička), “La Folle Journée” in Nantes (France), in Tokyo (Japan). 

Recorded four CDs at the Grand Hall of Conservatory, two of them for VISTA VERA company.

Collaborated with renowned conductors: Vladimir Jurowski, Vasily Petrenko, Vasily Sinaisky, Louis Bakalov, Carlo Rizzi, Edo de Waart, Nello Santi, Eve Queler, Simone Young, Nikolay Alekseyev, Adrian Lucas, Nikolas Kok, Dmitry Liss, and others.

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Pavel Baransky is an opera singer (baritone), winner of Grand Prix at International contest for opera singers in Beeskow (Germany, 2000), shortlisted in BBC contest in Cardiff (Wales, 2000), shortlisted in Placido Domingo’s “Operalia” contest (2003), MRP’s soloist.

In 2003 graduated from Kiev Conservatory (National Music Academy of Ukraine named after Tchaikovsky), where he had studied under professor Nikolay Kondratyuk. Received training at Zurich Opera Theatre (2004-2005). 

In 2004 made his debut with Hamburg State Opera as Eugene Onegin, later took on leading parts: Yeletsky (Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades), Belcore (Donizzetti’s L'elisir d'amore), Ford (Verdi’s Falstaff), Mister Flint (Britten’s Billy Budd), Germont (Verdi’s La Traviata), and more.

Performed as guest singer: in the USA (Сarnegie Hall) sung Manfredo from Montemezzi’s L'amore dei tre re; in the Netherlands – Yeletsky from Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades.

Appeared in Tchaikovsky’s Mazepa, Rachmaninoff’s Aleko, and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Kashchei the Deathless (Prince).  

Baransky’s solo recitals were held in the Congress Hall of UNESCO headquarters (France, Paris 2010) as part of Russia’s Year in France, in Lille (France), and across Russia (Moscow, Tver, Vladimir, Ekaterinburg, Smolensk, etc).

Partook in the festivals “Opera Empire” (project of Moscow Government), Oxford festival (Ireland, role of Tomáš in Smetana’s Hubička), “La Folle Journée” in Nantes (France), in Tokyo (Japan). 

Recorded four CDs at the Grand Hall of Conservatory, two of them for VISTA VERA company.

Collaborated with renowned conductors: Vladimir Jurowski, Vasily Petrenko, Vasily Sinaisky, Louis Bakalov, Carlo Rizzi, Edo de Waart, Nello Santi, Eve Queler, Simone Young, Nikolay Alekseyev, Adrian Lucas, Nikolas Kok, Dmitry Liss, and others.

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<p style="text-align: justify;">In 1987 graduated with distinction from Gnessin Academy and declining plenty of collaboration offers opted for Chris Kelmi's Rock atelier band. In 1988 joined hard rock Red Panther band. In 1989, after the band had split up, embarked on a solo career. In1991 started Gella band, touring across Russia, with the first album Beyond words released the same year. At the beginning of the 90-s made her debut as actress in Sabitov's film Step to the right... Step to the left. In 1992 won Ovation award as best rock singer of the previous year.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;">Recorded sound tracks for Russian and American films Red Serpent (2001) and Mirror Wars. Reflection I (2005) with Alexei Belov.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;">In autumn 2007 entered the Russian State Institute of Cinematography and in summer came up with her first work as film director Shines and warms set on Zalit island starring Evdokiya Germanova. In 2009 presented her degree work Bell featuring Larisa Guzeyeva and Ivan Ohlobystin.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;">In 2010 presented a concert made up of world hits at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver and performed the hymn for the upcoming Sochi 2014 games.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;">Participates in charity events. On 2 September presented a charity concert with Alexei Belov at Pskov Region Philharmonic, directing the funds to provide for the school on Zalit island. Organizes Ostrov.ru festival held annually in Naro-Fominsk district of Moscow region.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;">On 22 March 2011 premiered officially her work as director, a new video for the piece "Wait", which is part of the "Man and Woman" trilogy.<br />On 29 February 2012 released her album "Falling Into the Sky" made up of 18 tracks written by Alexei Belov, Evgeny Kobylyansky, Sergey Savateyev, Grigory Bezugly, Margarita Pushkina, and Viktor Tsoi. In April 2012 presented the program at Gorky Theatre.<br />In 2013 became winner of TV contest Two Stars on Channel One.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;">Ms. Kormukhina and Gorky Park band led by Mr. Belov participated at the closing ceremony of the 22nd Olympics 2014 in Sochi, performing English-Russian version of the song Moscow Calling tailor-made for the event.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;">On 5 June 2014 MIHM hosted the premiere of Kormukhina's recital The BEST featuring Moscow City Symphony – Russian Philharmonic. A year after the singer presented another recital, The Territory of Love, at Crocus City Hall.</p>
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Ms. Kormukhina made her debut in spring 1980 at the Russian jazz festival Spring in Nizhny Novgorod, where she received Grand Prix in Best solo voice section.

In 1987 graduated with distinction from Gnessin Academy and declining plenty of collaboration offers opted for Chris Kelmi's Rock atelier band. In 1988 joined hard rock Red Panther band. In 1989, after the band had split up, embarked on a solo career. In1991 started Gella band, touring across Russia, with the first album Beyond words released the same year. At the beginning of the 90-s made her debut as actress in Sabitov's film Step to the right... Step to the left. In 1992 won Ovation award as best rock singer of the previous year.

Recorded sound tracks for Russian and American films Red Serpent (2001) and Mirror Wars. Reflection I (2005) with Alexei Belov.

In autumn 2007 entered the Russian State Institute of Cinematography and in summer came up with her first work as film director Shines and warms set on Zalit island starring Evdokiya Germanova. In 2009 presented her degree work Bell featuring Larisa Guzeyeva and Ivan Ohlobystin.

In 2010 presented a concert made up of world hits at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver and performed the hymn for the upcoming Sochi 2014 games.

Participates in charity events. On 2 September presented a charity concert with Alexei Belov at Pskov Region Philharmonic, directing the funds to provide for the school on Zalit island. Organizes Ostrov.ru festival held annually in Naro-Fominsk district of Moscow region.

On 22 March 2011 premiered officially her work as director, a new video for the piece "Wait", which is part of the "Man and Woman" trilogy.
On 29 February 2012 released her album "Falling Into the Sky" made up of 18 tracks written by Alexei Belov, Evgeny Kobylyansky, Sergey Savateyev, Grigory Bezugly, Margarita Pushkina, and Viktor Tsoi. In April 2012 presented the program at Gorky Theatre.
In 2013 became winner of TV contest Two Stars on Channel One.

Ms. Kormukhina and Gorky Park band led by Mr. Belov participated at the closing ceremony of the 22nd Olympics 2014 in Sochi, performing English-Russian version of the song Moscow Calling tailor-made for the event.

On 5 June 2014 MIHM hosted the premiere of Kormukhina's recital The BEST featuring Moscow City Symphony – Russian Philharmonic. A year after the singer presented another recital, The Territory of Love, at Crocus City Hall.

Since 2015 has been MRP's soloist.

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Yuliya Pilipovich is a singer, actress, and MRP's soloist.

Graduated from Gnessin Russian Music Academy majoring in "Solo folk singing" (Ms. Shashkina's class).

In 2006 as soloist of Russian Winter ensemble performed at Russian Culture Week in Germany on behalf of New Names foundation (Gütersloh town).

Award winner of national and international competitions, such as: Students' Spring (2008), Guardians of Russia's Heritage (2008), Yesenin's Russia (2009), Optinskaya Spring (2010), the 4th International competition of Gorodovskaya (2010), Young Talents of Russia (2010).

In 2010 became finalist of the second round of Delphi Games and represented Gnessin Academy at the 1st Russian national competition of folk art. In 2011 became award winner of the competition named after Plevitskaya.

In July 2013 participated in the 4th International folk festival in Serbia. Awarded medals "In the name of Life on Earth", "For valorous labour". In 2014 won Grand Prix of the 5th International competition of Gorodovskaya, became award winner of International festival in Ohrid town (Macedonia).

From 2009 to 2012 Yuliya worked at Moscow culture folk centre led by Ms. Ryumina as part of Rusy ensemble and as teacher at the children's studio.

From October 2011 entered Mr. Sergey Bezrukov's team, is featured in the performance "Hooligan. Confession" and children's musical "The Three Little Pigs". From 2013 taught vocal at Moscow Gubernsky Theatre, since 2014 has been performing there.

Has toured extensively across Russia and beyond: Moldova, the Ukraine, Trans-Dniester, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, North America. Since 2012 collaborates with Beryozka ensemble.

Since 2013 works as MRP's soloist, collaborates with The Russian Timbre and Russkiye Uzory ensembles. In 2014 with The Russian Timbre presented Moscow region at the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Yuliya performs vocal series "Women's stories" written by the leader of the ensemble Mr. Kuzminsky (to the verse of Larisa Rubalskaya). The singer also works alongside composers Astrova, Markelov, Belyayev, and Pyankov.

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Yuliya Pilipovich is a singer, actress, and MRP's soloist.

Graduated from Gnessin Russian Music Academy majoring in "Solo folk singing" (Ms. Shashkina's class).

In 2006 as soloist of Russian Winter ensemble performed at Russian Culture Week in Germany on behalf of New Names foundation (Gütersloh town).

Award winner of national and international competitions, such as: Students' Spring (2008), Guardians of Russia's Heritage (2008), Yesenin's Russia (2009), Optinskaya Spring (2010), the 4th International competition of Gorodovskaya (2010), Young Talents of Russia (2010).

In 2010 became finalist of the second round of Delphi Games and represented Gnessin Academy at the 1st Russian national competition of folk art. In 2011 became award winner of the competition named after Plevitskaya.

In July 2013 participated in the 4th International folk festival in Serbia. Awarded medals "In the name of Life on Earth", "For valorous labour". In 2014 won Grand Prix of the 5th International competition of Gorodovskaya, became award winner of International festival in Ohrid town (Macedonia).

From 2009 to 2012 Yuliya worked at Moscow culture folk centre led by Ms. Ryumina as part of Rusy ensemble and as teacher at the children's studio.

From October 2011 entered Mr. Sergey Bezrukov's team, is featured in the performance "Hooligan. Confession" and children's musical "The Three Little Pigs". From 2013 taught vocal at Moscow Gubernsky Theatre, since 2014 has been performing there.

Has toured extensively across Russia and beyond: Moldova, the Ukraine, Trans-Dniester, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, North America. Since 2012 collaborates with Beryozka ensemble.

Since 2013 works as MRP's soloist, collaborates with The Russian Timbre and Russkiye Uzory ensembles. In 2014 with The Russian Timbre presented Moscow region at the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Yuliya performs vocal series "Women's stories" written by the leader of the ensemble Mr. Kuzminsky (to the verse of Larisa Rubalskaya). The singer also works alongside composers Astrova, Markelov, Belyayev, and Pyankov.

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Graduated from Schnittke Moscow State Music Institute majoring in "Performer of folk songs, teacher of vocal art (folk singing)".

Award winner of national and international competitions, such as: Young Talents of Moskovia" (2000), The Hopes of Europe (2000), "Young Talents of Russia (2011). Received certificates of appreciation from Culture Minister of Moscow region "For efficient artistic work and high professionalism" (2011) and from Governor of Moscow region "For years of efficient work" (2012).

Since 2001 has participated in recitals hosted by V. Demin (Moscow, Bely town, Kolomna town).

From 2003 has worked at culture institutions of Moscow region (MRP and Kuzminki arts centre).

The singer's repertoire encompasses well-known folk songs ("Meadow Duck", "Saturday"), well-loved Soviet songs ("Young Sailor", "Old Maple Tree", "The Way You Were", "Oh My Old Mum and Dad"). Numerous songs are recorded on the radio and CD: "Accordion buttons", "Moscow Quadrille".

Ms. Zhuravlyova has presented plenty of recitals in Volokolamsk, Taldom, Shatura, Solnechnogorsk, Istra and other districts of Moscow region, at community centers, resorts, children's music and secondary schools, at factories and hospitals, receiving warm welcome of audiences.

The singer often performs for war and labor veterans at the hospitals of Moscow and Moscow region. Dozens of recitals have been held in collaboration with "Army and Culture" foundation of V. Lanovoy.

As part of The Russian Timbre, Russkiye Uzory and Guslars of Russia Yuliya Zhuravlyova toured in Serbia, Oman, Belarus, Cyprus, and across Russia.

As soloist of MRP's ensembles Yuliya is often featured at official events held by the Governor and the Government of Moscow region, and by the Ministries and departments of Moscow region at Government House and at Old Square.

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Graduated from Schnittke Moscow State Music Institute majoring in "Performer of folk songs, teacher of vocal art (folk singing)".

Award winner of national and international competitions, such as: Young Talents of Moskovia" (2000), The Hopes of Europe (2000), "Young Talents of Russia (2011). Received certificates of appreciation from Culture Minister of Moscow region "For efficient artistic work and high professionalism" (2011) and from Governor of Moscow region "For years of efficient work" (2012).

Since 2001 has participated in recitals hosted by V. Demin (Moscow, Bely town, Kolomna town).

From 2003 has worked at culture institutions of Moscow region (MRP and Kuzminki arts centre).

The singer's repertoire encompasses well-known folk songs ("Meadow Duck", "Saturday"), well-loved Soviet songs ("Young Sailor", "Old Maple Tree", "The Way You Were", "Oh My Old Mum and Dad"). Numerous songs are recorded on the radio and CD: "Accordion buttons", "Moscow Quadrille".

Ms. Zhuravlyova has presented plenty of recitals in Volokolamsk, Taldom, Shatura, Solnechnogorsk, Istra and other districts of Moscow region, at community centers, resorts, children's music and secondary schools, at factories and hospitals, receiving warm welcome of audiences.

The singer often performs for war and labor veterans at the hospitals of Moscow and Moscow region. Dozens of recitals have been held in collaboration with "Army and Culture" foundation of V. Lanovoy.

As part of The Russian Timbre, Russkiye Uzory and Guslars of Russia Yuliya Zhuravlyova toured in Serbia, Oman, Belarus, Cyprus, and across Russia.

As soloist of MRP's ensembles Yuliya is often featured at official events held by the Governor and the Government of Moscow region, and by the Ministries and departments of Moscow region at Government House and at Old Square.

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