Viktor Oleinik is the permanent conductor of the Open Competition for soloists with orchestra «Hope. Pride. Future»
Dmitry Logvin is an active participant of the International Festival of Music Art “Music without
Limits” as the conductor of the Symphony Orchestra Festival. Since 2013
D. Logvin is the artistic director of the festival.
Vag (Vahagn) Papian (conductor) is the graduate of the Moscow Conservatory where he studied with Professor Mikhail Voskresensky.
The Wind Band conductor, Head of the Wind Instruments and Percussion Chamber of M.Glinka Conservatoire of Dnipropetrovsk.
Volodymyr Krasnoshlyk graduated from theM.V. Lysenko Lviv State Conservatory.
She became a laureate of the I prize at the International competition of International Hnat Khotkevych Contest of Performers on the Ukrainian Folk instruments.
Christfried Brödel stammt aus einem sächsischen Pfarrhaus. Als Vierzehnjähriger betätigte er sich bereits als Vertretungsorganist.
Jazz pianist and teacher, composer and arranger Alexey Bogolyubov was born March 16, 1986 in Kryvyi Rih
Born in Rivne, Ukraine, Natalya is the daughter of Igor and Jadwiga (née Antonovich) Pasichnyk. Her father became the first rector of National University of Ostroh Academy when it was revived in 1994. Her sister is the soprano Olga Pasichnyk.
Anton Baronin has participated in various projects with such performers as Benny Golson, Michael Brecker, Wynton Marsalis, Guy Barker, George Benson, Paul Bollenback, Randy Brecker, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Bill Evans, Joe Locke, Carmen Lundy, Kevin Mahogany, Alex Sipyagin, Steve Slagle and others.
Alexander Bonduriansky is the author of scientific works on the history of chamber ensemble, composers’ styles, problems of art interpretation and music education. He is the Candidate of Sciences, chairman and jury member of numerous international and all-Russian competitions.
Natalia Chesnokova successfully performs as a pianist, soloist, organist-soloist and ensemble player. During the period of her concert activity she has given over 300 concerts.
Artist-instrumentalist-ensemble player of the National Organ and Chamber Music Hall of Ukraine (B. Liatoshynskiy Classical Music Ensemble), laureate of the "Wanda Landowska Harpsichord Competition" in Italy (1st prize).
Participant of international festivals "S. Rachmaninoff and Ukrainian Culture" (Kharkiv, 2004, 2005), he tours in Russia, Ukraine, Germany and Sweden.
CARLO GRANTE graduated from the Conservatory S.Cecilia of Rome (Prof. Sergio Perticaroli), later he studied in the U.S. (Miami) with Ivan Davis and at the Juilliard School in New York.
Lazar made his debut at the age of six at the Salle Gaveau in Paris. At the age of ten he won the International EPTA Piano Competition in Namur, Belgium, and in 2008 he was the winner of the C.I.M. International Academy in Val d'Isère, France.
Mikhail Lidsky (piano) is a professor of the Special Piano Department at P. I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory Moscow State Conservatory.
In June 2013 Vadym Kholodenko won the Gold Medal in Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
Tatiana Korsunskaya is the Professor of the Bern University of Arts and the Lucerne School of Music (Switzerland).
Claudio Martinez (piano) is the professor of Basel Music Academy (Switzerland).
Professor of the Piano Chair at Kazan State Conservatory named after N. Zhyhanov, soloist of the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic.
Yekaterina Mikhailova (piano) Graduated from the Special Secondary Music School (College) at N. Zhiganov Kazan State Conservatory (for musically gifted children) (class of professor Ye. Mikhailov).
Vera Nosina is a professor of the State Musical College named after the Gnessins, Head of the Department at the A. Schnittke Moscow State Institute of Music, Honoured Artist of Kyrgyzstan.
During all his life Yuri Novikov has been working in the sphere of music he is a prominent teacher, pianist and leader.
Ilia Petrov is the winner of the Programme and Career Grant of «The Guzik Foundation» (USA, 2006), winner of Cultural Exchange Foundation Prize (Russia – USA) (president and conductor – People’s Artist Konstantin Orbelyan).
Alexander Polusmyak Associate Professor, Head of the Activity of Educational Institutions Forecasting Department of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Ukraine.
Nowadays Viacheslav is one of the most prominent professionals who shape the universe of academic music in eyes of audience as it is.
Alexander was awarded the 4th prize at the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition in 2011 and became the first winner of the special Vladimir Krainev award.
Tamara Rusanova has taught more than 100 musicians-pianists, among them there are about 30 winners of international competitions, 4 Candidates of Art Studies.
Maria Sofianska was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, and studied piano at the State Conservatory of Music there, later becoming a member of the piano faculty.
Dmitry Sukhovienko (piano) is a laureate of international competitions, art director of a series of concerts at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Igor Tchetuev was born in Sevastopol (Ukraine) in 1980 and won at the age of 14 the Grand Prix of the International Vladimir Krainev Young Pianists Competition and was a student of Maestro Krainev.
“A violinist ahead of his time” was the headline above the Washington Post’s review of Anton Barachovsky’s debut recital at the Kennedy Center in 1998. When he was only six years of age, Barachovsky, born in 1973 in Novosibirsk, appeared as soloist with the symphony orchestra in his home town.
Anatoly Bazhenov (violin) is a professor, People's Artist of Ukraine, laureate of Shevchenko National Prize.
Andrej Bielow won several major prizes at international competitions such as the Long-Thibaut Paris, ARD Munich, Hanover (Joachim), Citta di Brescia and others.
It consists of the laureates and winners of international competitions: Kirill Sharapov – the first violin, Taras Yaropud – the second violin, Vladimir Tkachenko - viola and Yuri Pohoretsky - cello.
Vladimir Ivanov (violin) is a professor, head of the Violin Chair, dean of the Orchestra Faculty of the P. I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
Yevgeny Kostritsky is the laureate of prestigious international competitions: Pierre Lantier Competition in Paris, Petar Konjovic Competition in Belgrade, Ja. Heifetz Competition in St. Petersburg.
It includes laureates and winners of international competitions Alexander Bonduryansky (piano), Vladimir Ivanov (violin), Mikhail Utkin (cello).
Graf Murzha is the laureate of international competitions: Niccolo Paganini in Genoa (Italy, 1990), Vianna da Motta in Lisbon (Portugal, 1991), X International P. Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (Russia, 1994), Jacques Thibaud in Paris (France, 1996), Pablo Sarasate in Pamplona (Spain, 1997), Rudolf Lipitser in Gorizia (Italy, 2000) and international competition UNISA (South Africa, 2002).
Sergey Ostrovsky is a professor of the Violin Department at the Geneva Conservatory (Switzerland).
An open-minded and eclectic musician who plays both the modern and baroque cello, Jérôme Pernoo is also sensitive to the diversity of artistic inventiveness and participates in less traditional projects.
Denis Severin (cello) is a professor of Geneva University of Music and the Bern University of Arts (Switzerland), the laureate of international competitions.
Kirill Sharapov (violin) is the winner and laureate of numerous international competitions: II Lysenko International Competition.
Alexandra Soumm is a French violinist, the Grand Prix winner of the Eurovision Competition for young musicians in Lucerne and the holder of the Herbert von Karajan Scholarship of the Karajan Centrum in Vienna.
Nazar Stets (double bass) is a soloist of the National Soloist Ensemble “Kyiv Camerata”.
Professor of Violin Chair at the Moscow State Conservatory named after P. I. Tchaikovsky.
He is the laureate of the Moscow Prize, winner of the International Radio Competition "Concertino Prague"; laureate of the II Prize of the International Competition in Liege (1972) as a participant of a string quartet.
Canadian trombonist, conductor and composer, Alain Trudel is one of the world’s most respected and renowned musicians.
Otto Sauter is well-known as one of the world‘s leading trumpet soloists. He was given his first trumpet lessons when he was only 4 years old.
Luca Benucci’s vast performing and didactic career spans over 25 years and has left an indelible mark on the international music scene.
Born in 1992, Twin brothers Alexander and Daniel Gurfinkel they started their music education in 2000.
Director of Arts Production Management, Michael Gurfinkel was born in 1960 in Russia.
“A sensation for the music world” the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung raved after one of Asya Fateyeva’s concerts.
Thomas Mazur was born on April 27, 1972 in the Dauria village.
Born in 1979 in Tbilisi in the family of a French horn player, Honoured Artist of Georgia, Stepan Apostol, Valery started to take piano classes at the age of 6.
Yuri Bednik (sopilka, pan flute) is the Chief Conductor of T. Shevchenko Dnipropetrovsk Ukrainian Academic Theatre of Music and Drama, soloist-instrumentalist of the Dnipropetrovsk Organ and Chamber Music Hall.
Jean-Pierre Berry (French horn) is the professor of the Geneva University of Music and professor of the Lausanne University of Music.
Georgy Chernenko (percussion) is the professor of the Kyiv National University of Culture and Fine Arts, Honoured Artist of Ukraine, laureate of international competitions.
Rubén Durá de Lamo (tuba) is the soloist of Göttingen Symphony Orchestra.
Anastasia won numerous regional and international festivals, competitions such as the Open International Music Festival "Golden Starfall-2012", "Dnіprovskі Surmy-2012", "Golden Lyre 2012", she won Grand Prix at the XXIV Regional Festival of brass music "Dnіprovskі Surmy-2013".
Andriy has been a soloist of the National House of Organ and Chamber Music for over 15 years.
The ensemble was created in 1999. The basis of the ensemble was formed of the members of Brass-quintet «Ukraine» (1990-s).
Jacques Mauger (trombone) is the Professor of Geneva University of Music, the trombone class (Switzerland).
Florent Monfort leads a musical career as a soloist and chamber musician, giving master classes and concerts in Europe (Italia, Finland, Ukraine, Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Belgium, Holland)
Oleg Moroz is the soloist of the Taras Shevchenko National Opera of Ukraine Orchestra and a teacher in M. Lysenko Specialized Music School of Kiev.
Stéphane Réty (flute) is the professor of Carl Maria von Weber Dresden University of Music (Germany).
composer, musicologist. Ph.D., member of National Composers’ Union of Ukraine, lecturer at Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine, teacher of Glier Kiev Music Institute.
composer, pianist, musicologist. Ph.D., professor of the Music History and Theory Department of M. Glinka Dnipropetrovsk Academy of Music.
musicologist, Ph.D., associate professor of the Music Art Theory and Methodology Department of Institute of Arts of B. Grynchenko Kyiv University.
composer, pianist, musicologist. Ph.D., member of National composers’ union of Ukraine, associate professor of the Institute of Arts of B. Grynchenko Kyiv University.
Olesya Bobrik is the Senior Scientific Worker of the Russian State Institute of Art, lecturer at P. I. Tchaikovsky State Conservatory of Moscow, senior research associate of the Russian State Art Studies Institute , Candidate of Arts (Russia).
Pauline Fairclough, Doctor of Arts Studies, professor of Bristol University Faculty of Arts.
Nina Gerasimova-Persidskaya is the head of the Antique Music Chair at P.I. Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine, the academician of the Ukrainian National Academy of Arts.
Larisa Gontovaya is the Senior Lecturer of the History and Theory of Music Chamber at M. Glinka Conservatoire of Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine).
Larisa Kirillina is a professor of the History of Foreign Music Chair at P.I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory.
Doctor of Arts, Professor of History of the Ukrainian Music and Folkloristic Studies Chamber at the P.I. Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine
Yevgeny Levashev is a professor of P.I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory. He is the chief scientific worker of the Russian State Institute of Art Studies, Doctor of Art Studies.
Grigoriy Lyzhov is the Candidate of Art Studies, associate professor of the Music Theory Chair at P.I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory.
Candidate of Art Studies, Associate professor of P.I. Tchaikovsky State Conservatory of Moscow, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University.
The Vice Rector for research at A. Nezhdanova Odessa State Music Academy, the head of the History of Music and Musical Ethnography Chair, Doctor of Art Studies, professor.
Bozhena Shabetnik is a music scholar, lecturer at the History of the Ukrainian Music and Folkloristic Studies Chamber at P.I. Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine.
Svetlana Shchitova is the head of the History and Theory of Music Chair at M. Glinka Conservatoire of Dnipropetrovsk, Candidate of Art Studies.
Vladimir Skuratovsky is the Senior Lecturer of the History and Theory of Music Chamber at Mikhail Glinka Conservatory of Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine), he is a composer, a pianist, a poet.
Ivanka Stoianova is a professor at the Music Department of the University of Paris, Doctor of Art Studies (France).
The Head of the Analitic Musicology Chamber at Gnessin Russian Academy of Music, leading research associate of the Russian State Art Studies Institute, Doctor of Arts (Russia), professor.
Nadezhda Teterina is a senior research associate of the Russian State Institute of Art Studies, Candidate of Art Studies.
Irina Tukova is an assistant professor of the Theory of Music Chair of the P. I. Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine, Candidate of Art Studies.
Tatiana Tukova is the Vice Rector for Research at S. Prokofiev Donetsk State Music Academy, the head of the History of Music and Folklore Chair, Candidate of Art Studies, professor.
Olga Pasichnyk (Pasiecznik) born in Ukraine. She studied piano and musical pedagogy in native Rivne, voice at the Kiev Conservatory and at the Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (postgraduate studies).
Jutta Maria Böhnert was nominated outstanding young singer of the year by the Swiss press in 2005 for her portrayal of Gilda in Vera Nemirova's production of Rigoletto in Lucerne.
Vasiliy Navrotsky (bass) is a professor of the Solo Singing Chair at A.V. Nezhdanova Odessa National Music Academy, Honoured Artist of Ukraine, art director and soloist of the Odessa National Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre.
Dmitry Zharikov is the winner of national and international competitions
Yana Danyluk – a bright representative of modern domra art of Ukraine, senior lecturer of the Department of folk instruments of the Kharkiv National I. P. Kotlyarevsky University of Arts.
The famous, performer and teacher Alexander Murza since 1993 works at the A. V. Nezhdanova Odessa State Musical Academy.
Conductor and composer, laureate of international competitions Victor Solomin is a graduate of Kharkiv National I. P. Kotlyarevsky University of Arts.
The laureate and winner of the Grand Prix of many national and international music competitions.
Sergey Karlov (accordion) is a senior lecturer of the Folk Instruments Department at Mikhail Glinka Conservatoire of Dnipropetrovsk.
Vladislav Plihovka is a soloist of the Belarusian State Philharmonic, he is the winner of numerous international competitions
Iosif Purits (accordion) is the laureate of international competitions.
Valentin Tereshchenko (balalaika) is the Associate Professor of the Folk Instruments Department at the Rostov State Conservatory (Academy) named after S.V.Rachmaninoff.
It is difficult to overstate the importance of the students’ sharing music with the Professor of Paris Conservatory, cellist Jérôme Pernoo; Professor of P. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, violinist Alexander Trostiansky; Professor of Hannover University of Music, Drama and Media, pianist Igor Tchetuev; professors of the Geneva University of Music, French horn performer Jean Pierre Berry, trombonist Jacques Mauger, violinist Sergey Ostrovsky; professors of the Bern University of Arts cellist Denis Severin and pianist Tatiana Korsunskaya; Associate Professor of P. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, pianist Viacheslav Poprugin; Professor of the Zhyganov Kazan State Conservatory, pianist Yevgeniy Mikhailov; Soloist of the Göttingen Symphony Orchestra, tuba performer Rubén Durá de Lamo; concert pianists Pavel Dombrovsky, Alexander Romanovsky, Vadym Kholodenko; conductor of the Ashdod Symphony Orchestra Vag Papian and many other famous musicians.Full information
Among the creative teams of M. Glinka Conservatoire of Dnipropetrovsk the Wind Band (conducted by Igor Gruzin) boasts the highest functionality and the widest scope of possibilities. The group’s high mobility, ability to perform outdoors, versatile palette of genres (from traditional marches and waltzes to modern academic music) makes this orchestra desirable on many stages not only of Dnipropetrovsk but also of the entire central region of Ukraine.Full information
The Chamber Orchestra of M. Glinka Conservatoire of Dnipropetrovsk (conductor – Maria Yemets) has a special place in the cohort of creative teams of our educational institution. The peculiar features of the orchestra come mainly from the nature of the chamber music-making. Performers on string instruments, of which a chamber orchestra consists, form, compared to the symphonic, wind, and folk orchestras, a small group of musicians. Such orchestra has not only exceptional mobility presents concerts, but also, most importantly, has a unique opportunity to implement the music of the Baroque and Early Classicism. During this period a chamber orchestra was the main type of orchestral group for which many musical masterpieces were created by A.Vivaldi, G.Ph. Telemann, J.S. Bach, G.F. Handel, A. Scarlatti, J. Haydn, W.A. Mozart and other composers.Full information
The Big Band (conducted by Y. Palamarchuk), the youngest orchestral representative, boasts exceptional originality among the creative teams of M. Glinka Conservatoire of Dnipropetrovsk. Its basic characteristic traits are the originality of the repertoire palette, jazz orchestra instruments and the creativity of the orchestra’s performing activity.Full information
The Folk Orchestra is the most original creative group of M.GLINKA DNIPROPETROVSK ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Its uniqueness lies in the variety of timbre tones (struck string, mechanical wind, percussion instruments), and in the closest relationship with national folk origins. The folk art is the Ukrainian talisman of culture, which not only gives inexhaustible inspiration to artists, but also becomes effective force to assert national identity based on human dignity and piety.Full information
Among the performance groups of M. Glinka Conservatoire of Dnipropetrovsk there is a large mixed choir under the guidance of Yulia Ivanova and choirmaster Taras Hmyliuk the most peculiar feature of which is its musical language. The natural synthesis of speech and music, indivisibility of verbal reproduction of text from the multifaceted palette of musical means creates exceptional opportunities for the birth of a wide range of artistic imagery.Full information