Yury Revich Resume
| Yury Revich was born on the 28th of August 1991 in Moscow. He began playing the violin at the age of 5.
When he was 7 years old he entered the Central Music School supervised by Moscow State Conservatoire,
the class of the Honored Member of Arts of Russian Federation G.S. Turchaninova.
Since 2005 till 2009 Yury had been a pupil of the People's Artist of Russia, professor V.A. Pickaizen.
In 2009 he entered in Konservatorium Wien in class of Prof.Pavel Vernikov.
Yury also took part in master-classes of M. Rostropovitch, L.Isakadze,Dm. Sitkovetsky, P.Vernikov, Z.Bron, H.Schunk, R.Nodel, M.Gaisler.
In May 2009 Yury debuted with solo recital in Carnegie-Hall (New-York,Weill Recital Hall).
Yury also had recitals in different countries of the world, such as Canada (Toronto,Glenn Gould Studio),
Finland, Georgia, Germany, Italy.
And also performed in France, Sweden, Denmark,
Lithuania, Norway, Austria, Israel.
He has also performed in many international Festivals, such as
Vladimir Spivakov's Festival in Colmar (France), Liana Isakadze's Festival in Batumy (Georgia), Nikolai Petrov's
Festival "The Music Kremlin", "Spring in Moscow", "Radio "Orpheus" introduces",Lubov Kazarnovskaya Festival,Bergen Music Festival,the Festival of music in Kaunas ,Mozart and Tchaikovsky Festival in Israel and in Paris,"Musica in Villa" in Italy and others.
Yury has been performing in many Concert halls of Russia, all the halls of Moscow Conservatoire including Great Hall,
Moscow International Music House, Moscow Central Concert Hall "Russia", Tchaikovski Concert Hall, Armoury
Chamber of the Kremlin and many others. Many Russian cities and towns have hosted Yury as a participant.
Yury has also performed with the Russian National Orchestra conducted by M. Pletnev,with Moscow Philarmonic Orchestra
conducted by Yuri Simonov, with "Moscow Soloists"
conducted by Yu. Bashmet, with Georgian-German Chamber Orchestra conducted by L. Isakadze,
with the Chamber Orchestra "The Kremlin" conducted by Rachlevski, with the Finnish Symphony student
Orchestra "Ristavesi" conducted by T. Pogani, whith which he performed Paganiny's Concerto Nr. 2 at
the age of 11 and others. He also travelled around Russia and
performed with many philarmonic orchestras .
Yury is the prize winner of the International Competition "Virtuoses of the XXI Century" in Moscow,of the International Competition "Oldenburg Promenade" in Oldenburg,David Oistrach International violin competition in Moscow and International Kloster-Schontal violin competition, Germany. He is also laureate of Chamber Music competitions-"Beethoven`s days in Moscow" and "New Names" competition.
He has won the prize from Festival "Homecoming"
He has appeared in the ensemble with Liana Isakadze, Boris Brovtsyn, Evgeny Tonkha, Nina Kogan.
Also Yury has won first public prize of Weinheim violin master-curses.
In 2005 he won M. Rostropovitch's grant. Yury is a participant in "Vladimir Spivakov's International Fund Programme" and recepient scholarship of Yu.Rozum foundation.
He has also won the National Prize "Christmas Star".He is also possessor of medal for "Generous deeds of the glory of motherland"
He is the first prize winner of Guzik Foundation. In 2008 the French master Alan Karbonar has made a violin specially for Yury and has presented it to him. Yury also under the invitation of the Stradivari Society has performed on violins by Guarneri del Gesu "Ex-Max Rostal" and Stradivari "Duke Alba"
Updated: December 5, 2009
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