Nikita Borisoglebski |
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Nikita Borisoglebski |

Nikita Borisoglebsky

Date de naissance

Nikita Borisoglebski |

The international career of the young Russian musician Nikita Borisoglebsky began after brilliant performances at the international competitions named after P.I. Tchaikovsky in Moscow (2007) and the name of Queen Elizabeth in Brussels (2009). In 2010, new competitive violinist triumphs followed: Nikita Borisoglebsky won the first prizes at the largest international competitions – the F. Kreisler competition in Vienna and the J. Sibelius competition in Helsinki – which confirmed the international status of the musician.

The concert schedule of N. Borisoglebsky is extremely busy. The violinist performs a lot in Russia, Europe, Asia and the CIS countries, his name is on the programs of such major festivals as the Salzburg Festival, the summer festival in the Rheingau (Germany), “December Evenings of Svyatoslav Richter”, the festival named after. Beethoven in Bonn, summer festival in Dubrovnik (Croatia), “Stars of the White Nights” and “Square of Arts” in St. Petersburg, anniversary festival of Rodion Shchedrin in Moscow, “Musical Kremlin”, O. Kagan festival in Kreut (Germany), ” Violino il Magico” (Italy), “Crescendo” festival.

Nikita Borisoglebsky performs with many well-known ensembles: the Mariinsky Theater Symphony Orchestra, the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia named after E.F. Svetlanov, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, the Moscow Philharmonic Academic Symphony Orchestra, the Finnish Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra, the Varsovia Symphony Orchestra (Warsaw ), National Orchestra of Belgium, NDR Symphony (Germany), Haifa Symphony (Israel), Walloon Chamber Orchestra (Belgium), Amadeus Chamber Orchestra (Poland), a number of Russian and foreign chamber orchestras. The musician collaborates with famous conductors, including Valery Gergiev, Yuri Bashmet, Yuri Simonov, Maxim Vengerov, Christoph Poppen, Paul Goodwin, Gilbert Varga and others. Since 2007, the musician has been an exclusive artist of the Moscow Philharmonic.

The young artist also devotes a lot of time to chamber music. Recently, outstanding musicians have become his partners: Rodion Shchedrin, Natalia Gutman, Boris Berezovsky, Alexander Knyazev, Augustin Dumais, David Geringas, Jeng Wang. Close creative cooperation connects him with young talented colleagues – Sergey Antonov, Ekaterina Mechetina, Alexander Buzlov, Vyacheslav Gryaznov, Tatyana Kolesova.

The musician’s repertoire includes works of many styles and eras – from Bach and Vivaldi to Shchedrin and Penderetsky. He pays special attention to the classics and works of contemporary composers. Rodion Shchedrin and Alexander Tchaikovsky trust the violinist to perform the premieres of their compositions. The young talented composer Kuzma Bodrov has already written three of his opuses especially for him: “Caprice” for violin and orchestra (2008), Concerto for violin and orchestra (2004), “Rhenish” sonata for violin and piano (2009) (the last two are dedicated to the performer ). The recording of the premiere performance of “Caprice” by N. Borisoglebsky at the Beethoven Festival in Bonn was released on CD by the largest German media company “Deutsche Welle” (2008).

In the summer of 2009, the Schott Music publishing house recorded a concert from the works of Rodion Shchedrin with the participation of N. Borisoglebsky. Currently, Schott Music is preparing to release on DVD a film portrait of Rodion Shchedrin – “Ein Abend mit Rodion Shchedrin”, where the violinist performs a number of his compositions, including with the author himself.

Nikita Borisoglebsky was born in 1985 in Volgodonsk. After graduating from the Moscow Conservatory. P.I. Tchaikovsky (2005) and graduate school (2008) under the guidance of Professor Eduard Grach and Tatyana Berkul, he was invited by Professor Augustin Dumais for an internship at the College of Music. Queen Elizabeth in Belgium. During the years of study at the Moscow Conservatory, the young violinist became the winner and laureate of many international competitions, including the competitions named after. A. Yampolsky, in Kloster-Shöntal, them. J. Joachim in Hannover, im. D. Oistrakh in Moscow. For four years he took part in the international master classes “Keshet Eilon” in Israel, held under the patronage of Shlomo Mintz.

The successes of N. Borisoglebsky were marked by various international and Russian awards: the Yamaha Performing Arts Foundation, the Toyota Foundation for Supporting Young Musicians, the Russian Performing Arts and New Names Foundations, the Russian government and the Academic Council of the Moscow Conservatory. In 2009, N. Borisoglebsky was awarded the “Violinist of the Year” award from the “International Foundation of Maya Plisetskaya and Rodion Shchedrin” (USA).

In the 2010/2011 season, the violinist presented a number of outstanding programs on the Russian stage. One of them combined three violin concertos by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Boris Tchaikovsky and Alexander Tchaikovsky. The violinist performed these works with the orchestra of the St. Petersburg Capella (conductor Ilya Derbilov) in the northern capital and with the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic (conductor Vladimir Ziva) on the stage of the Concert Hall named after P.I. Tchaikovsky in Moscow. And at a concert dedicated to the 65th anniversary of Alexander Tchaikovsky, in the Small Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the violinist played 11 works written by the composer and his students, 7 of which were performed for the first time.

In March 2011, the violinist performed in London, performing Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5 with the London Chamber Orchestra. Then he played works by Mozart and Mendelssohn with the Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) and in the home of the band – in Brussels (Belgium). The violinist is scheduled to perform at festivals in Belgium, Finland, Switzerland, France and Croatia next summer. The geography of Russian tours is also varied: this spring N. Borisoglebsky performed in Novosibirsk and Samara, in the near future he will have concerts in St. Petersburg, Saratov, Kislovodsk.

Source : Site Internet de l'Orchestre philharmonique de Moscou

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