Orchestra
Elena Makarova
Vladimir Sharifullin
Eldar Nagiev
Ekaterina Sivtsova
Ekaterina Moshkova
Tatiana Vostryakova
Anita Lakhina
Galina Gilfanova
Evgenia Ivanova
Anna Gurieva
Elena Uskova
Natalia Zhuk
Maya Kusailo
Julia Kuzova
Elena Mikhailova
Svetlana Tarasenko
Bogdan Ridnyy
Natalia Kazarnovskaya
Tatiana Ershova
Maria Tyutina
Olga Aksyonova
Polina Koksharova
Evgenia Kolesnikova
Violetta Berestenkova
Nurdana Egeshova
Alyona Kosacheva
Artyom Iyutin
Ekaterina Sibiryakova
Marina Averina
Elvira Abramenko
Olga Fridman
Anna Fomicheva
Ekaterina Lyzhina
Karina Pakharukova
Marina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Novgorodova
Nikolay Eryomenko
Anna Abanina
Olga Tarkhanova
Lyubov Surkova
Tatiana Dyndina
Viktoria Fedorova
Olga Yurkina
Julia Guryanova
Valentina Mordvinova
Elena Ivaschenko
Elmira Kharina
Evgenia Vlasova
Roman Averin
Larisa Levitskaya
Anton Grishkin
Maria Zueva
Vladislava Markova
Irina Filatova
Valery Tolstykh
Ekaterina Artemieva
Ivan Saltikov
Alexandra Ogorodnikova
Evnika Myasnikova
Alyona Kartseva
Vera Lazareva
Natalia Sokolova
Mikhail Shakirov
Irina Temirbaeva
Natalia Nagibneva
Dmitry Ivantsov
Vladimir Ishunkin
Lyudmila Romanova
Igor Lomatchenko
Darya Maklashova
Vladimir Fridman
Zoya Urakova
Ekaterina Uspenskaya
Aleksandra Onuchak
Vasily Kulagin
Sergey Kamyshev
Kristina Guskova
Roman Stepanov
Evgeny Lyzhin
Andrey Korotchenkov
Evgeny Kuznetsov
Elena Pilgueva
Roman Votyakov
Aleksander Seybel
Natalia Goncharova
Vladimir Dranitsa
Tatiana Yankovskaya
Sergey Brodsky
Alla Melekhova
Yakov Nagovitsin
Olga Lisovitskaya
Natalia Obogrelova
Pavel Kozhin
Dmitry Ivanenko
Sergey Zaytsev
Nikolay Levashov
Sophia Afanasieva
Arkady Makarov
Alexander Biryukov
Igor Balobolka
Vladimir Buzhigeev
Konstantin Molodsov
Nikolay Shevchenko
Jury Gukovsky
Valentina Popova
Konstantin Usov
Ilya Karmanov
Egor Dudchenko
Arsen Sarkazak
Vladislav Filipenko
Igor Koscheev
Andrey Sivtsov
Buyan Baikara
Matvei Filimonchenko
Dmitry Lykhin
Mikhail Sokolov
Nikolai Borisov
Sergey Yakovlev
Pavel Burkov
Vladimir Pavlik
Alexander Teplyuk
Ivan Baklanov
Ivan Lazarev
Anton Masloboev
Beibit Mukhamedin
Anton Ermolovich
Luisa Gimatdinova
Yury Duykov
Gleb Borschik
Dmitry Klyauster
Ivan Kozin
Viktor Ogorodnikov
Alexander Shestakov
Denis Kostin
Svyatoslav Karagedov
Egor Kobelev
Sergey Afonasevich
Vladimir Vysotin
Grigory Eroshkin
Timofei Temirbaev
Stanislav Kosvintsev
Roman Oslopov
Roman Matusevich
Tatiana Kuchina

Guest conductors

Pavel Sorokin

Pavel Sorokin was born in Moscow. He graduated from the Central Music School attached to the Moscow Conservatoire (piano section) in 1980 and in the same year entered the Conservatoire (the piano section, Professor Lev Naumovs class). At the same time, he started to study conducting in Professor Yuri Simonovs class. In 1983, he joined the Bolshoi Theatre in the capacity of ballet orchestra leader. From 1987 to 1989 he studied conducting at the Paris Conservatoire in Professor Jean-Sebastian Berraults class. In the summer of 1989, he took part in the Boston Symphony Orchestra Tanglewood Festival. He studied under Serge Osawa and Leonard Bernstein. At the end of his studies in Paris, having been given an excellent certificate, he auditioned for the Bolshoi Theatre and was accepted into the Company.

At the Bolshoi Theatre he has conducted the opera production of Tchaikovskys Iolanta (1997), and ballet productions of Prokofievs Prodigal Son and Stravinskys Petroushka (1991), Adams Le Corsaire (1992, 1994), Lovenskjolds La Sylphide (1994), Balda to music by Shostakovich (1999), Swan Lake (2001), Arik Melikovs A Legend of Love (2002), Glazunovs Raymonda (2003), Shostakovichs The Bright Stream (2003) and Bolt (2005), Carmen Suit to music by Georges Bizet and Rodion Shchedrin (2005), Asafievs The Flames of Paris (2008), Dream of Dream to music of Sergei Rakhmaninovs (2012), Stravinskys Apollon Musagète (2012), Jewels - Ballet by George Balancine in three parts (Emeralds to music by Gabriel Fauré; Rubies to music by Igor Stravinsky; Diamonds to music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky; 2012), Classical Symphony to music of Sergei Prokofiev (2012), Onegin to music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky (2013), Lady of the Camellias to music by Frédéric Chopin (2014).

He was assistant to Mstislav Rostropovich on the 1996 production of Khovanshchina. The conductors repertoire includes the following, among other, operas: Glinkas Ivan Susanin, The Oprichnik, The Maid of Orlenas, Eugene Onegin, The Queen of Spades by Tchaikovsky, Prince Igor by Borodin, The Tsars Bride, Mozart and Salieri, The Golden Cockerel by Rimsky-Korsakov, Khovanshchina and Boris Godunov by Mussorgsky, Rachmaninovs Francesca da Rimini, Betrothal in a Monastery, The Gambler, War and Peace by Prokofiev, Shostakovichs Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini, La Traviata, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth, Nabucco by Verdi, Bizets Carmen; ballets Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty by Tchaikovsky, Khachaturians Spartacus, Shostakovichs The Golden Age, Schnittkes Sketches, Giselle, Chopiniana; and symphonic works. From 2000-02, Pavel Sorokin was chief conductor of the Radio and Television State Symphony Orchestra. From 2003-07, he was chief conductor of the Symphony Orchestra of Russia. From 2007, he has been a guest conductor at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.

His discography includes recordings of the works of Tchaikovsky, Rakhmaninov and Grieg, with the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow State Philarmonia, and the Radio and Television State Symphony Orchestra.

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