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Composer

Sergey Zhukov (1951-); RUS

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Sergey Zhukov

Sergey Zhukov was born in 1951 in Zhitomir, Ukraine, where he began his music training, graduating from the Zhitomir Music College in 1973. He then moved to Moscow, and graduated from the Moscow Conservatory in 1978, continuing on to complete a post-graduate degree in composition in 1980 - studying with Professor Mikhail Chulaki. While still a student, he received a special prize from the Soviet Union of Composers, for his work Dramatic Triptych (1978).

Mr. Zhukov has participated actively in new music festivals throughout his career, particularly in Russia, but likewise in such international festivals as the International Podium Festivals (Prague), the Charles Ives Festival (USA), and the Week van de Heden Musiek (Belgium), among others. Indeed, a good many of his works since 1980 have been premiered at the "Moscow Autumn" Festival.

Mr. Zhukov is an eclectic composer, having produced a large catalogue of chamber, choral, orchestral, and theatrical works - a good number of which are found here at the Classical Archives. He has placed particular emphasis on the genre of the concerto - several of which, including the Concerto for Orchestra and Percussion (1990), the Concerto-Mystery for violin, cello, piano and orchestra (1995), and the Concerto-Sacra for piano trio and strings (1997), can be heard here at the Classical Archives.

Sergey Zhukov
email: sergzhukov@umail.ru

Sergey Sergey Zhukov was born in 1951 in Zhitomir, Ukraine, where he began his music training, graduating from the Zhitomir Music... More
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