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Grigory SEDUKH (born 1952, Kharkov, Ukraine) Hutchins’ violin-piccolo; Regular violin

 

B.Pushkarskaya, 1/8-19,

197198, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation,

Tel: +78122334808

Cell: +79119470655

E-mail: grigorysedukh@rambler.ru

www.grigorysedukh.ucoz.ru

 

EDUCATION

 

1975-1978 – Postgraduate level at the St. Petersburg State Conservatory “Rimsky-Korsakov”.

1970-1975 – BA at the Kharkov Conservatory, where he studied violin with professor Adolf Leschinsky, who had been a pupil of an outstanding European violinist Carl Flesch.

1959-1970 – The specialized music school of the Kharkov Conservatory.

1957-1959 – Began his violin studies at the age of five. His father who was a professional violinist and a teacher taught him first.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

February 2015 Grigory Sedukh have created "Conception of the music development in 3rd thousand years". The article was published in the journal "European Journal Of Arts" № 3, 2015. Vienna.

March 2015 Grigory Sedukh presented multimedia project "P.I.Tchaikovsky and Russian painters"

at the International Competition-Festival "Le festival international artistique ETOILES DE PARIS 2015 et son concours". Rueil-Malmaison, France. Grigory Sedukh awarded a titles of "Laureates I".

March 2015 Grigory Sedukh presented multimedia project "P.I.Tchaikovsky and Russian painters"

at the International Competition-Festival "Viva Italia - 2015". Rimini, Italia. Grigory Sedukh awarded a titles of "Laureates I".

18th June 2011 during Japan tour Grigory Sedukh was inducted as specially appointed professor of Tokyo International University.

21st June 2010 during Japan tour Her Imperial Majesty Empress of Japan Michiko-sama has attended Grigory Sedukh concert at Tokyo Yamaha Hall.

March 9th 2010 Grigory Sedukh has won at multimedia nomination of the International Competition - Festival "Vivat Talant (Vive Talent), Peterburg's Spring - 2010". DVD of Grigory Sedukh's project "Glance into Eternity" has become by prize-winner of first level.

March 24th 2010 Grigory Sedukh has won at multimedia nomination of the International Competition - Festival "Vienna's Bridges". This Competition - Festival took place at Vienna, Austria. DVD of Grigory Sedukh's project "Glance into Eternity" has become by prize-winner of first level.

May 2010 Grigory Sedukh has won at multimedia nomination of the International Competition - Festival "Festival's Briges of Paris". This Competition - Festival took place at Paris, France. DVD of Grigory Sedukh's project "Electric Classic" has become by prize-winner of first level.

Since 2009 till now – Grigory Sedukh has been teaching at the Violin - solo Department and the studying of orchestra's parts Department of the St. Petersburg Musical College “Rimsky-Korsakov”.

1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 - Grigory Sedukh toured in Japan.

2007 – Grigory Sedukh made a CD recording: “Amor”

2005 - Grigory Sedukh toured in Holland.

2005 - Grigory Sedukh took part in first International Convention of the "New Violin Family

Association" (USA).

2003 - Grigory Sedukh made a CD recordings: 1) 5 Sonatas by D.Scarlatti with violin and organ.

2) “History of tango” by A.Piazzola. “Suite in old stile” by A.Shnittke with violin-piccolo and harpsichord.

2002, 2003 - Grigory Sedukh took part in the international program "Gnesin Project". Concerts were held in Amsterdam, London, Geneva, St.Petersburg, Moscow and other cities.

2002 - CD recording: “Orientale” and “From Nigun To Operetta” was printed in Japan.

2000 - Grigory Sedukh performed special part in new opera by Alexander Knijfel "Alice in Wonderland". World Premiere took place September 4 in The Nederlands Opera. Amsterdam.

2000 – Grigory Sedukh made a CD recording: “Orientale” and “From Nigun To Operetta”

Since 1997 till 1999 and 2003 – Grigory Sedukh has been teaching the violin-piccolo at the St. Petersburg Conservatory.

Since 1994 till 1999 Grigory Sedukh was the soloist (violin-piccolo) of the St.Petersburg Hutchins Violin Octet. With this unique ensemble he recorded Vivaldi’s “The Little Goldfinch” Concerto, and this recording reached the semifinals of Grammy Awards-1998. He makes a lot of concerts with St. Petersburg orchestras as well as many recitals. Grigory Sedukh successfully toured in USA in 1998, where he made a CD recording. Grigory Sedukh is the author of many transcriptions for violin-piccolo of world classical pieces, including a fundamental work – transcription of the Six Cello Suites by J.S.Bach. The full score of this arrangement was published in St. Petersburg, and it was recorded at the St. Petersburg Recording Studio (former “Melodia”). Another CD is to be released by the New Year 2000, featuring various Christmas Carols and tunes.

Since 1994 till now – Grigory Sedukh has been a violin-piccolo soloist. In 1995 Grigory Sedukh was presented the violin-piccolo made by a well-known American violinmaker Dr. Carleen Maley Hutchins and this tiny violin became his favorite instrument.

Since 1994 till now – Grigory Sedukh has been teaching at the Chamber Music Department of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory. Being a very thorough teacher Grigory Sedukh not only follows the traditions of Russian classical violin school, but also brings to his students new impulse from some of the famous current European teachers such as Zachar Bron, Wolfgang Marschner, whose master classes he regularly attends.

Since 1989 till now – A member of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.

1993-1995 – Second Violin of the St.Petersburg Philharmonic String Quartet, which has given many concerts in Russia and abroad.

1980-1989 – The Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra.

1978-1980 – The Principal Violin of the Leningrad Concert orchestra.

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