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Moscow Rachmaninov Trio (Ensemble)

The debute of the Moscow Rachmaninov Trio took place in 1994 at the concert hall of the Gnessin Music Academy and happened to be such a success, that starting from this moment the Trio began regular performances at the best concert halls in Russia and abroad. Among the most interesting were the concerts at Salle Gavoue in Paris, Great and Small Halls of the Moscow Conservatory, Chapel hall and Philharmonic hall in St-Petersburg, Ojie hall in Tokio, DRS II studio hall in Bern, Hall of the Nations of UNO in New-York and in Geneva, Geneva Conservatory hall, at President Palace in Indonesia.

In collaboration with sound recording company Hyperion they issued a series of CDs with music of Russian composers.

The first CD is includes compositions by Rachmaninov: one-part trio “Trio Elegiaque” and trio No. 2 “In memory of a Great Artist” (P.I.Tchaikovsky) and also all his early chamber compositions for violin, cello and piano.

The second CD includes trio by Tchaikovsky and “Pathetic Trio” by Glinka. This recording, following the expertise of the BBC Music magazine, was included in the number of best CDs of 2001.

The third CD presents music by Gretchaninov and includes two trios and sonata for cello and piano.

All the participants of the Moscow Rachmaninov Trio graduated from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, winners of the international competitions, soloists of the State Moscow Academic Philharmony. Each of the musicians leads his or her own solo career and takes part in master-classes and festivals. In 2003 Moscow Rachmaninov Trio took part in the master-classes of Villa Musica foundation and in festivals in Saar Brucken in Germany and “Autunno Musicale” in Italy.

Natalia Savinova, cello
Graduated from the Moscow Conservatory (class of Prof. Shakhovskaya) and took post-graduate studies with Prof. V.Feigin.

Being a student she became laureate of several competitions: All-Soviet in Kishinev (special prize for performing Bach suites), international Dvorak competition in Prague (II prize). In 1991 she took part in chamber ensembles festival in Trapani (Italy, III prize).

Natalia Savinova performs much with solo programs and with symphony orchestras, among them Moscow Philharmonic Orchestras under V Ponkin and under Yu. Simonov.

She dedicated much time to contemporary music playing in the ensemble of soloists “ASM” (1991-1996), gave tours in many countries and collaborated with such prominent composers of our time as S.Gubaydullina, E.Denisov and A.Shnitke.

Natalia Savinova is popular among music-lovers in many countries owing to the CDs that she enregistered with pianist Victor Yampolsky for companies “Olympia” (GB), “Harmonia Mundi” (France), “Triton” (Japan).

In the last concert season Natalia Savinova was invited to Dordrecht (Holland) to the cello music festival where she gave master-class and concert together with the best-known European cellists.

Mikhail Tsinman, violin
Graduated from Gnessins music school (class of Elena Bondarenko, Oleg Krysa), then from Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Prof. B.Belenky), took post-graduate studies with Prof. Sergei Gershenko.
1990 laureate of Premio Rodolfo Lipizer (Gorizia)
1991 laureate of Mozart competition (Salzburg)

Having thus begun, Tsinman actively leads his career as soloist both in Russia and abroad. He played with such conductors as A.Lazarev, Hans Graf, Klaus Arp, Fuat Manssurov, D.Liss and others.

Together with pianist Victor Yampolsky he recorded all pieces for violin and famous Quintet by Medtner for Triton company (Japan).

Mikhail Tsinman was always fond of chamber music. Being only at school he took prize at the Concertino quartets competition in Prague. His teachers of the quartet art were S.Madatov, R.Dubinsky and V.Berlinsky.

Along with interpreter activities Tsinman teaches in the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, gives master-classes abroad Russia and is the leader of the Bolshoi Theatre orcestra.

Victor Yampolsky, piano
Graduated from Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Plays much in Russia as soloist and chamber musician—up to 150 concerts a year.

Together with the Moscow Philharmonic under V.Ponkin he issued two CDs with the concerts by Mozart and Beethoven. He is a regular participant of the abonements in Great and Small halls of the Moscow Conservatory and in the Tchaikovsky Hall. Geography of his tours expanded after 1991. Now he performs in Verdi Hall (Milano), Wigmore Hall (London), South Bank Centre (London), Krakow Philharmony Hall and in many others.

From 1991 to 1996 Yampolsky was a member of Soloists Ensemble of Contemporary Music (ASM) and creatively collaborated with best-known Russian composers: A.Shnitke, E.Denisov and S.Gubaidullina.

Victor Yampolsky recorded numerous CDs for several companies including Hyperion and Olympia (UK), Harmonia Mundi (France), Triton (Japan), Aurophon (Germany) and Discover (Austria).

Together with Mikhail Tsinman—violin and Natalia Savinova—violoncello , Victor Yampolsky in 1995 founded The Moscow Rachmaninov Trio.

Victor Yampolsky has the State title of Honored Artist of Russia.




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