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Dmitry Rasul-Kareyev Clarinet

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Dmitry Rasul-Kareyev

Dmitry Rasul-Kareyev was born in Moscow in 1984, and began his formal musical training at age 10 at the Moscow Central Music School, where for the next seven years he studied clarinet with Vladimir Ferapontov. During this same period, Dmitry became an active performer in the International Vladimir Spivakov group - which is likewise featured here at the Classical Archives - and performed in several concerts and tours with them throughout Russia. In 2001, he entered the Moscow State Conservatory, where he studied with Victor Petrov. The following year, he moved to London and earned a full scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music, where he has been studying with Angela Malsbury, Mark van de Wiel, and Richard Addison (bass clarinet). Since beginning at the Royal Academy, Dmitry has won several awards and competitions, including the Sainsbury Award, and the Geoffrey Hawkes, John Solomon, Nickolas Blake, John, Ireland, and Max Pirani Prizes.

Dmitry has performed as a soloist and principal clarinetist/bass clarinetist with several orchestras, including the Russian Chamber Orchestra of London, the New Professionals Orchestra (London), the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, and Moscow Youth Symphony Orchestra. He is currently the co-principal clarinetist of the London Steve Reich Ensemble, as well as a member of the UBS Verbier Festival Orchestral. Within the realm of chamber music, a major part of his creative output, Dmitry has performed in numerous ensembles and festivals, including the Oxford Chamber Music Festival - where he performed the world premier of Elena Firsova's "Invocation" for clarinet and accordion. As a member of the Concordia International Foundation (since 2002), Dmitry has given concerts at such prestigious halls as St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. James Piccadilly, St. Paul's Church (Covent Garden), Queen Elizabeth Hall, and Royal Albert Hall. He is also the founder of the London Bach Clarinet Ensemble, which features promising young players and performs regularly in that city. His passion for the bass clarinet has sparked an interest in creating transcriptions from the cello repertory, including Tchaikovsky's Pezzo cappriccioso, and Brahms' Cello Sonata in E-, both of which have been premiered successfully at the Royal Academy of Music. In all, Dmitry shows promise of a vibrant performing career, and we are pleased to feature him here at the Classical Archives.

Dmitry Rasul-Kareyev

Dmitry Rasul-Kareyev Dmitry Rasul-Kareyev was born in Moscow in 1984, and began his formal musical training at age 10 at the Moscow... More
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