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Alexander Fiseisky (Organist)

Born in Moscow, Honored Artist of Russia, Alexander Fiseisky, studied piano at the Moscow Conservatory with Professor V.Gornostayeva, and organ with Professor L.Roizman. He also studied and participated in masterclasseses with Schetelich, Leo Kriimer, Daniel Roth, and Jean Guillou.

An official organ soloist of the Moscow State Philharmonia, Fiseisky has appeared with many prominent orchestras, instrumentalists, and singers. In the course of performing close to a hundred recitals each year, he has given the premieres of the many new works dedicated to him by such composers as Mikhail Kollontay, Vladimir Ryabov, and Arif Mirzoyev. Fiseisky has performed in more than 30 countries, and has participated in major festivals throughout the former USSR, as well as others in Washington, London, Prague, Berlin, Vienna, Copenhagen, Gdansk, Tokyo, and other major cities. His extensive discography includes the complete organ works of J. S. Bach.

Fiseisky appears regularly as a jury member of national and international organ competitions, including the Calgary International Organ Festival (Canada), St. Albans International Organ Festival (UK), and the Gelsenkirchen International Organ Competition (Germany). At the Royal Academy of Music in London and Handel International Organ Festival (UK), Musikhochschule in Vienna (Austria), Musikhochschule in Hamburg (Germany), Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore (USA), and other leading conservatories around the world, he has given lectures in musicology and organ master classes. His educational activities also include helping to introduce the best of the Russian organ tradition to the West by editing an Anthology of Russian Organ Music for the publishers, Barenreiter-Verlag.

In 1994, Fiseisky received the International Cultural Diploma of Honor from the American Biographical Institute, and was voted 1995-6 International Man of the Year by the International Biographical Center in Cambridge (UK). He was Vice-President of the Association of Organists of the USSR from 1987-91 and President of the Moscow Association of Organists from 1987 to 1994. From 1990-1, he was Artistic Director of the Soviet Cultural Foundation Organ Center, and organized two month-long International Organ Festivals with events in Russia, Ukraine, and the Baltics, in 1990-1. In 1998, he became Professor and Head of Organ Studies at the Russian Academy of Music.

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