Programme Details

Programme Details

An International Charitable Project

An International Charitable Project "Music for Peace"

Start Date : 05th April 2017
Vitaly Vatulya, Saxophone Maria Nemtsova, Piano

Vitaly Vatulya (saxophone) is one of the most outstanding young saxophonists of Russia. He was born in Moscow in 1987. Vitaly started his music education in the Crimea (Ukraine), and at the age of 13 he won a national contest called ?oung Virtuoso?in Simferopol. Later Vitaly Vatulya won various awards at ?oung saxophonist?European Contest (Gap, France), ?lassical Heritage? International Competition (Moscow, Russia), and the International Competition for Wind Instruments (Togliatti, Russia).

Maria Nemtsova, piano

Maria Nemtsova (piano) was born in Moscow, Russia in 1984 and began playing the piano at the age of five. She later went on to attend the Myaskovsky Children? Music School studying with Galina Esman, and taking part in the televised competition ?oung Musicians of Moscow?(1997). In 1998 Maria Nemtsova was accepted into the competitive Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory Academic College. Whilst at the College, Maria participated in many festivals and gave concerts in Russia, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and USA. She was a regular prize-winner in international competitions before graduating from the College with distinction in 2002 after which she was accepted into the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. It was at the Moscow Conservatory that Maria studied with the renowned pianist and teacher Prof. Yuri Slessarev from where she graduated in 2007 with honors.

Ilya Norstein, violinist, conductor, producer

Ilya Norstein (violinist, conductor, producer) performs a lot both as soloist and chamber musician and combining his intense concert life with teaching and giving master-classes. As a chamber musician Ilya has appeared around the country and internationally collaborating with such soloists as Natalia Gutman, Dmitry Khovorostovsky, Daniil Kramer, Alexander Gindin, Aleksandr Trostyansky, Vladimir Tonha, Aleksey Utkivn, and many others.

He is the concertmaster of a famous ?ermitage?Ensemble of Soloists, which regularly performs in the best halls of Russia and at the International Music festivals. Since 2015 Norstein has a conducting career and works with Kaluga Youth Symphonic orchestra.

Evgeny Rumyantsev, cellist

Evgeny Rumyantsev (cellist) was born in 1984 in Moscow and started studying music at the age of 8 and received his musical education at the Central Music School under the Moscow Conservatory. In 2002-2010 he studied in the Moscow Conservatory with the People? Artist of USSR, professor Natalie Shakhovskaya. He has received solo and chamber music masterclasses with Mstislav Rostropovich, David Geringas, Eberhard Finke, Sergey Roldugin.

Evgeny Rumyantsev is a laureate of the XIII International Tchaikovsky Competition (Moscow 2007) and winner of the Khachaturian International Cello Competition (Yerevan 2010). He has played extensively in Russia, the CIS, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Lithuania, Finland, Israel, Tunisia, Algeria, Japan and South Korea.

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