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Tatiana Grindenko (Violin soloist)

Tatiana Grindenko was born in the Ukraine and began her musical career at the age of six. She studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Moscow) with Professor Yankelevich. In 1968 Ms.Grindenko won The First Prize and The Golden Medal at the World Youth Competition in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1970 she became a Prize Winner at the IV International Tchaikovsky Competition. Two years later she was awarded The First Prize at Wieniawski Competition in Poland. The scope of her musical interest is unusually broad. Although her reputation is that of a romantic violinist, she also champions modern music, including avant-garde, jazz, rock and experimental electronic music. In 1982 she co-founded the first Baroque ensemble in Eastern Europe, the Moscow Academy of Ancient Music. T.Grindenko also devotes her energy to bringing back to life forgotten compositions of the 20th century such as Roslavetz’s Violin Concerto, the first public performance of which she gave in Moscow in 1989. Many composers have dedicated works to her, including Schnittke, Artiomov, Martinov, Part and Silvestrov. Luigi Nono’s last composition, "Hay gue camminar" for two violins, is dedicated to her and Gidon Kremer. In 1999, Tatjana Grindenko was the Mentor of the Hannover International Violin Competition’s "Musikalisches Collegium" for contemporary music. In 1999 Tatiana Grindenko founded the unique ensemble "OPUS-POSTH." Together with the leading artists of video art as well as with the poets the Ensemble realized following multimedia projects: "Bach-2000", "Night at Galicia", "Seasons", "Russian-German Requiem", "Plays of Angels and people", "Song of songs". Repertoire of the Ensemble includes compositions of V.Martynov, A.Part, F.Glass, J.Xenakis, A.Knaifel, G.Kancheli and others.

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