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Pavel Rukavicin (1971-); RUS

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Pavel Rukavicin

Pavel Rukavicin was born in 1971 in Voronezh, Russia, where he completed a undergraduate degree in the Department of Modern Languages at Voronezh University; he is currently studying composition at the Conservatory of the Kharkov University of the Arts, completing his final exams. To date he possesses a small but growing output of chamber, symphonic, and theatrical works - many of which are here realized on synthesizer, but yet which demonstrate his keen ear for orchestration and timbral clarity. Like many young composers, his works vary widely, from neo-romantic (as in the piano work, Et tristesse...) to minimalist (the bassoon concerto, Here me say), to avant-garde (as in his Symphonia sine herois - found here at the Classical Archives). Perhaps most interesting is Mr. Rukavicin's keen interest in theatrical works, both as incidental music for dramatic productions and as full-fledged musicals - such as Nostradamus, excerpts of which appear here at the Classical Archives. We look forward to seeing more completed works from this promising young composer.

Pavel Rukavicin
email: olegovich@vmail.ru

Pavel Pavel Rukavicin was born in 1971 in Voronezh, Russia, where he completed a undergraduate degree in the Department of Modern... More
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