Orchestra
Dmitri Jurowski
Evgeny Volynsky
Alexander Novikov
Eldar Nagiev
Dmitry Korchak
Karen Durgaryan
Pavel Sorokin
Mikhail Tatarnikov
Valentine Uryupin
Erzhan Dautov
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

Valentine Uryupin

Valentin was born on December 11, 1985 in Lozovaya (Kharkov region, Ukraine). He studied at the Central Music School at the Moscow Conservatory, then moved to the conservatory itself. His teachers were professors Evgeny Petrov (clarinet), Gennady Rozhdestvensky (conducting), Alexander Bonduryansky (chamber ensemble). The musician took part in the master classes of well-known clarinetists - Charles Naidik, Jacques di Donato, Nicolas Balder, Roman Guyot, Michel Letier, and studied conducting under professors Vladimir Ponkin and Anatoly Levin.

Valentin Uryupin won 20 international clarinetist competitions (in Munich, Bayreuth, Kortrijk, Prague, Pretoria, Carlino, Kieri, Nikelino, Sofia, Beijing, Bari, Turku, Astana, St. Petersburg, Moscow), including the oldest and most prestigious competition in Geneva. The musician tours around the world - the CIS countries, Europe, China, Japan, Brunei, Singapore, and South Africa. Valentin takes part in prestigious international festivals. He gave concerts in almost fifty Russian cities, in the best regional and metropolitan halls.

He performed as a conductor and as a soloist with the leading Russian orchestras, including the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia named after E.F. Svetlanov, the State "New Russia" Symphony Orchestra, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, the Moscow Academic Chamber Orchestra Musica Viva, the MusicAeterna Orchestra of the Perm Academic Opera and Ballet Theater, the State Academic Chamber Orchestra of Russia, various ensembles of St. Petersburg and other cities of Russia. He also collaborated with the orchestras of the CIS countries and foreign ensembles from Prague, Geneva, Brussels, Munich, Turin, Madrid, Dublin, Kuhmo, Wroclaw, Beijing, Singapore, Durban.

Among the artistic partners of the musician there are conductors Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Felix Korobov, Anatoly Levin, Theodore Curentzis, Howard Griffiths, Darell Ang, Lothar Seyfart, Jon Sturgards, violist and conductor Yuri Bashmet, cellist and conductor Alexander Rudin, violinists Anna-Sophie Mutter, Victor Tretyakov, Jean-Luc Ponty, Alena Baeva, Sergei Krylov, Valentin Zhuk, cellist Alexander Buzlov, pianists Alexander Bonduryansky, Natalia Trull, Julianna Avdeeva, percussionist Mark Pekarsky, singer Joyce di Donato, Simone Kermes and other famous musicians. Valentin Uryupin assisted the maestro Valery Gergiev.

In 2007 the musician founded the chamber orchestra Arpeggione, which constantly performs in the best halls of Moscow and beyond. In 2008-2011 he became the main guest conductor of the Kharkov Youth Academic Symphony Orchestra. Since 2011 he has been a regular guest conductor of the Symphony Orchestra of the Belarus State TV and Radio Company in Minsk and conductor of the Perm Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named after P. Tchaikovsky. The repertoire of the musician include ballets The Nutcracker, The Corsair, The Sylphide, The Jester, Romeo and Juliet, the operas Carmen, Iolanta, Pagliacci, Duenya, Cosi Fan Tutte and other performances. In 2013, Valentin Uryupin made his debut as a conductor in the operetta "The Bat" by J. Strauss.

In December 2013, the State "New Russia" Symphony Orchestra under Valentin Uryupin recorded a symphonic piece of music for the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. Since 2015 he is the artistic director and the chief conductor of the Rostov Academic Symphony Orchestra.

He is a nominee of the Conductor Competition in Kostroma (2011), the Second All-Russian Music Competition (Moscow, 2015, II Prize), the Fifth Gustav Mahler International Conductor Competition (Bamberg, 2016, III Prize), the 8th George Solti International Conductor Competition (Frankfurt, 2017, 1st Prize).

Coming soon

Pagliacci
opera in two acts with a prologue