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Composer

Sergei Dmitriev Viluman (1964-); RUS/SWE

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Sergei Dmitriev Viluman

Sergei Dmitriev was born in 1964 in Novosibirsk, Russia, and moved to Moscow at the age of 6. There he graduated from the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory in 1991, where he studied composition with Professors Albert Leman and Nikolai Korndorf. In 1992, Dmitriev moved to Sweden and began post-graduate work at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, studying composition with Professors Sven-David Sandström, Pär Lindgren, and Bill Brunson; he graduated there in 1997, and became a Swedish citizen in 1998.

In his music, Dmitriev strives to unite the Russian dramatic shape with some aspects of Western post-modern timbres, as well as to emphasize a processional sensation through the timing of his music. In 1997, his music was featured on Swedish Radio in two concert programs with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. In 1998, Dmitriev received 1st Prize in the Electroacoutic category of the 20th Luigi Russolo Competition in Varese, Italy for his work CornDoRF, for French horn and electronics - featured here at the Classical Archives. His work Mirages, for saxophone quartet was runner-up at the 4th Tokyo International Competition for Chamber Music.

Dmitriev has worked as a teacher of theory and piano in both Russia and Sweden - including at the Gnesnins State College of Music in Moscow and the Gotland School of Music Composition in Visby, Sweden.

Sergei Dmitriev
email: Serge.dmitriev@telia.com
website: http://www.mic.stim.se

Sergei Sergei Dmitriev was born in 1964 in Novosibirsk, Russia, and moved to Moscow at the age of 6. There he... More
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