Mikhail Ashourov Violin
Born in 1974 in Moscow to a musical family, Mikhail Ashourov began playing violin at the age of five and entered the Moscow Conservatory Music School in the class of Svetlana Bezrodnaya at seven. He made his first tour abroad - to Bulgaria - at thirteen and, three years later, made a three-week tour to the United States as a winner of the New Names International Program.
In 1989 Ashourov appeared at the Tours Music Festival (France) on the same stage as such renowned musicians as Yuri Bashmet, Victor Tretyakov, Alexander Slobodyanik and Valentine Feigin. He entered the Moscow Conservatory in 1991 in the class of Professor S.Girschenko and, while still a first-year student, performed Vivaldi's "The Seasons" in France and Spain. A year later, Ashourov began his professional career in association with the Moscow Concert Union, Mosconcert.
Mikhail Ashourov traveled to France in 1996 as the only representative of Russia to participate in the Paris Conservatory Bicentennial Celebration, and performed with other young musicians from eighteen countries in an orchestra conducted by Sir Colin Davis. The following year, he graduated from the Moscow Conservatory and won First Prize in the Rubinstein and Moscow Composer's School International Competitions.Mikhail Ashourov
Leningradsky Prospekt, 18-9
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