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Evgeny Petrov (1972-); RUS

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Evgeny Petrov

Evgeny Petrov was born in Moscow in 1972, and studied clarinet at the Moscow Conservatory with Professor Vladimir Sokolov, with whom he pursued post-graduate study as well. His concert life began at age 14, and has since taken him to the finest halls in Russia (The Big Hall, Tchaikovsky Hall, the Palace of Composers, etc.), as well as on tour through much of Europe, the US, Mexico, and Japan. Among his many awards include First Prize at the International "Concertino-Prague" Competition (1989), Second Prize at the International Competition of Clarinetists (Geneva, 1990), and Recipient of the International "New Names" Charity Program Award (Russia, 1995).

Mr. Petrov performs both as a soloist and with various chamber ensembles, including with the Borodin and Glazonov Quartets. He has appeared as a soloist with various orchestras and is a regular soloist with the Moscow State Philharmonic. He works with several top Russian pianists, including Valery Pyastesky, which whom he appears here at the Classical Archives. His repertory is quite vast, ranging from Classical to Contemporary works, and his music has been recorded by several labels, including Melodia, Dowani, and Etcetera. He is currently a professor of clarinet at the Moscow Conservatory, with several students who themselves have become prizewinners.

Evgeny Petrov
email: clarinetcello@mail.ru

Evgeny Evgeny Petrov was born in Moscow in 1972, and studied clarinet at the Moscow Conservatory with Professor Vladimir Sokolov, with... More
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