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Vladislav Domogatsky

Vladislav Domogatsky was born in Moscow in 1980, and began studying guitar at the age of 6 under Alexander Gitman, a leading guitar teacher in that city. While still a young student, Vladislav became a prizewinner in several competitions - including at the 5th Moscow Competition of Young Musicians (1992) and the 4th International "A Classic Heritage" Competition (1994). In 1995, he entered the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, where he studied under Professor Natalia Ivanova-Kramskaya. The following year, 1996, Vladislav co-founded the Classical Guitar Ensemble, which toured Russia with great success and earned a prize at the Varna Music Festival (Bulgaria). While at the Conservatory, Vladislav also continued to win awards as a soloist, including at the 4th International "Guitar in Russia" Festival (1994), and the Guitar Moscow Competition (1999). Upon graduating from the Conservatory with honors, Vladislav continued his studies at the Gnessin Academy of Music, under Professor Nikolay Komolyatov. He currently teaches guitar at the Academic Music College of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory.

Vladislav's repertory is quite large, extending from Baroque works of Bach and Vivaldi to contemporary works of Koshkin, Orekhov, and others - along with a good command of the Spanish literature of Taregga, Ponce, and Albeniz. As can be seen in the recordings here at the Classical Archives, he enjoys performing on outstanding guitars from yesterday and today, by some of the world's greatest guitar makers, from Spain, London, and Germany.

Vladislav Domogatsky
email: v.domogatskiy@mail.ru
website: www.domogatsky.com


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