About the performer
Nikita Arkadievich Borisoglebsky

Nikita Arkadievich Borisoglebsky has rightfully earned his place in the elite of the world academic musicowing to his exceptional, high, exciting but also unpretentious interpretive skills. He was born in Volgodonsk in 1985. He started playing music at the age of six and he first attended piano lessons. However, he decided to play the violin after starting school. At the age of ten, he performed Giovanni Viotti Violin Concerto, No.22 with the Rostov State Philharmonic Orchestra. At the age of fourteen, he graduated from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory in violin department underversatile professors –Eduard Grach and Tatiana Berkul.

During his studies, he participated inKeshet Eilon master classes in Israel under the guidance of Ida Haendel and Shlomo Mintz. Besides, he played in the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and thus went through all the steps to the concertmaster position. In the year 2001, he became an artist of the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and he started performing as a soloist at the age of eighteen.

In the year 2005, he started his postgraduate studies and the research on English music for violin from the 19th and 20th century. He has attended courses outside Russia, especially the ones under Augustin Dumay at the Queen Elizabeth Music Chapel and Anna Chumachenko at the Kronberg Academy. He has performed in numerous festivals in Russia and abroad (the Salzburg Festival, the Rheingau Festival and the Les Sons Intensifs Festival in Belgium).

In 2002, he represented Russia at the Eurovision of Young Musicians in Berlin. In 2014, he founded the Rubik Ensemble with Solen Pajdasi, Dana Zemtsov, David Cohen, Uxia Martínez Botana and Andreas Herring. Borisoglebsky nurtures a diverse musical repertoire including the compositions of J. S. Bach, A. Vivaldi, W. A. Mozart, L. van Beethoven and other authors of classical music. He has performed worksof many authors from the 20th century (B. Britten, S. Prokofiev, B. Bartok). In 2010, he presented two concert programs devoted to the concerts of Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Boris Tchaikovsky and Alexander Tchaikovsky in Moscow and Saint Petersburg.

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