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Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation Foundation

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Vladimir Spivakov
Vladimir Spivakov, Founder

"The 20th century has just come to an end and become history! Many of the secrets of the great masters will remain forever unknown, but the curtain of the third millennium is rising and its first century is taking the stage. Who will build the bridge that connects the past and present? Of course it will be the young people, for they are the future. It is they who will present to the world Russia's great culture in the third millennium! I deeply believe in them!"
Vladimir Spivakov, Founder
Vladimir Spivakov International Charitable Foundation

"It is not necessary to teach our children to be talented. The only thing that is required is that we help them stay that way. We, ourselves, become better in the presence of their gifts. Because of this, supporting Vladimir Spivakov's Foundation is not only a duty, but an honor; it is the safest investment: the investment in the future."
Kirill Minovalov, President
Avangard Bank

Nikita Agafonov - Nikita Agafonov was born in Moscow in 1985. A student at the Moscow Conservatory's Special Music School in the class of professor E.Petrov, he was a Prizewinner at the Fifth Moscow International Festival of Young Soloists in 1999. Agafonov participated in the international music festival in Colmar, France in 1998 and 1999 and the music festival "Russian Performance: Towards the Twenty-First Century" On behalf of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation, he toured in the US, Holland, and Paris. His clarinet was given to him by Vladimir Spivakov.

Alexander Akimov - Born in Tashkent in 1982, Alexander Akimov is a student at the Moscow Conservatory in the class of professor Yu.Bashmet. He has won prizes at several international competitions: "In the Classical Heritage" (First Prize, Moscow, March 1997); International Competition (3rd Prize, Toliatti); and the Fifth International Festival "Young Soloists of Moscow." On behalf of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation, Akimov has toured in Sweden and Belgium, and has performed in concert halls throughout Russia.

Sergei Antonov - Born in Moscow in 1983, Sergei Antonov is a student at the Moscow Conservatory's Special Music School in the class of professor M.Zhuravleva. Antonov was a double Prizewinner at the 1995 International Competition "Earth and People" in Sofia, Bulgaria; he was awarded Grand Prize in the Solo Recital division, and First Prize in the Chamber Orchestra division. Antonov was Second Prizewinner at the 1998 Dotsauer International Competition for Young Cellists in Dresden (Germany). In 1999, he performed at the festival, "Russian Performance: Towards the Twenty-First Century" in Moscow, has performed in Moscow concert halls, and toured in Russia, Germany, Poland, Turkey, Slovakia, and Bulgaria.

Julianna Avdeeva - Julianna Avdeeva was born in Moscow in 1985 and is a student of the Gnessin Special Musical School in the class of professor E.Ivanova. She won the Grand Prize in the All-Russian Open Competition for Young Musicians, "New Names," in Moscow in 2000. On behalf of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charitable Foundation, Avdeeva has performed with orchestras in Moscow concert halls and throughout Russia. She has taken part in international festivals and has toured in Germany, Belgium, Austria, and France, where she appeared at the 12th International Musical Festival in Colmar.

Alexandre Bouzlov - A student at the Moscow Conservatory in the class of professor N.Gutman, Alexandre Bouzlov was born in Moscow in 1983. He won Grand Prizes at the Mozart 96 International Competition (Monaco, 1996); the Virtuosi of the Twenty-First Century Competition (St. Petersburg, 1997); and the All-Russian Open Competition of Young Musicians "New Names" for his solo and chamber orchestra performances (Moscow, 2000). He has performed on behalf of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation in Moscow and other Russian cities, as well as in Colmar (France), Zurich, and Belgium. His cello was given to him by Vladimir Spivakov and he is a grant recipient of the Soros Foundation.

Asya Korepanova - Born in 1984 in Izhevsk, Asya Korepanova is a student at the Moscow Conservatory's Special Music School, where she studies composition in the class of professor T.Chudova, and piano in the class of professor K.Shashkina. Korepanova is an international competition prizewinner.

Alexei Kurbatov - Born in Reutov, Moscow region, in 1983, Alexei Kurbatov is a student at the Moscow Conservatory's Special Music School in the class of professor U.R.Lisichenko. He has performed in the concert halls of Moscow, has toured other Russian cities, and participates in the activities of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation. Kurbatov is also a composer, and has performed his works in Moscow, Latvia, Austria, Hungary, and Croatia.

Anna Pashinskaya - Born in Moscow in 1982, Anna Pashinskaya is a student at the Moscow Conservatory in the class of professor I.Pashinskaya. A.Pashinskaya won First Prize in the Second Youth Art Assembly International Competition in Moscow in 1994, and participated in the Third European Harpists Symposium in Amsterdam in 1995. She has performed frequently with the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, appeared in the concert halls of the Moscow Conservatory and other Moscow concert halls, and is a regular participant in activities organized by the Spivakov International Charity Foundation.

Anastasia Petanova - Anastasia Petanova was born in 1984 in Moscow, and is a student at the Moscow Conservatory's Special Music School in the class of professor Yu.Dolzhikov. She is an international competition Prizewinner.

Andrey Rubtsov - Born in Moscow in 1982, Andrey Rubtsov is a student in the Moscow Conservatory's Special Music School in the class of professor G.Kerentsev. Rubtsov won First Prize at the 1995 Classical Heritage International Competition; Second Prize at the International Competition of Wind Performers in 1997; First Prize in Moscow's First Competition of Young Oboists in 1998; First Prize in the Second International Competition, "Twenty-First Century Virtuosi" in 1998; and Second Prize in the 1999 Ippolitov-Ivanov Competition. Since 1995, he has been the Principal Oboe of the International Youth Symphony Orchestra, and has also performed in Moscow concert halls and toured in Russia, Ukraine, England, Italy, and Germany.

Elizaveta Rybentseva - Elizaveta Rybentseva was born in the Ukraine in 1985 and is a student at the Moscow Conservatory's Special Music School in the class of professor I.Bochkova. She won Second Prize in the Open All-Ukrainian Violin and Cello Competition held in Kharkov (1995). Rybentseva has performed in concert halls in Moscow, Kharkov, and the US, and has appeared with the World Youth Symphony Orchestra under the direction of L.Nikolaev. She recorded a CD in 1997 and, in 1998-1999, was awarded a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.

Kirill Soldatov - Born in Moscow in 1986, Kirill Soldatov is a student of the Gnessin Special Musical School in Moscow in the class of professor V.Pushkarev. He is the winner of the First Prize in the 1997 Nikolai Rubinstein Open International Competition of Musicians-Performers; First Prizewinner in the Music of the Twenty-First Century Competition; and Third Prizewinner of the 1998 Concertino-Prague. Soldatov won an award from the President of the Russian Federation for his 1997 competition victory. He has performed in Moscow concert halls accompanied by symphonic, chamber, and wind orchestras, and has toured in the US, Sweden, Germany, and Estonia.

Maria Surnacheva - Born in 1988, Maria Surnacheva is a student at the Gnessin Special Music School in the class of professor I.Pushechnikova. She received a prize from the President of Russia in 1997 and is a Prizewinner of several international competitions. On behalf of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation, Surnacheva toured in the US and Canada, and participated in the International Musical Festival in Colmar, France in 2000. She has performed in the concert halls of the Moscow Conservatory, as well as in other Moscow concert halls, and received an oboe as a present from Vladimir Spivakov.

Anna Timofeeva - Anna Timofeeva was born in 1984 in Moscow and is a student at the Moscow Conservatory's Special Music School in the class of professor I.Bochkova. She is an international competition Prizewinner.

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