Director and soloist, graduated with honours from the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire in Moscow, where he obtained a Master of Fine Arts degree, his Concert Violinist Diploma and his Advanced Teaching Diploma specializing in Chamber Music.


From his debut, at the age of 11, his played in recitals and orchestral concertos, in more than dozen countries in Europe and America. As soloist his most outstanding performances were with the Russian Symphonic Orchestra, Radio Televisión Española Symphony Orchestra, Nofosibirsk Philharmonic, Chicago “Latino Symphonic Festival” Orchestra, Lvov Symphonic, the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire´s Opera Studio Orchestra, and Latin American orchestras such as Cochabamba Philharmonic – Bolivia, San Juan Symphony orchestra – Argentina, Cali Philarmonic and the Colombian Youth Symphony Orchestras among others. On numerous occasions he has been invited as soloist and main concertino by the Colombian National Symphonic and Bogotá Philharmonic.


Accompanied on the piano, and in chamber music groups, he has played in the most important concert halls in Moscow, San Petersburg, Washington, Athens, Montreaux, Lisbon, Rio de Janeiro, Bogotá, as well as in the National Auditorium of Music and the Royal Palace in Madrid, the Fundación Juan March, the Guggehnheim Museum in Bilbao and the Galician Auditorium among others.


He obtained the Diploma de Honor at the International Violin Competition of Viña del Mar, Chile 1995 and the Special Prize at the International Violin Competition Rodolfo Lipizer in Gorizia, Italy 1996.


He has recorded for the Spanish National Radio, Suisse Romande Radio, Spanish Television, Colombian Inravisión, and Cultural Channel on Russian Television. In 2001 he released his CD recording of Jesús Pinzón Urrea's Violin Concerto with by the Russian Symphony Orchestra. Since 2002 he has been a member of the Radiotelevisión Española Symphony Orchestra, and violinist in the Intempore Piano Trio, with which he has played in the all the principal concert halls in Spain.



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