Solovyev Alexander

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Alexander Solovyev

Alexander Vladislavovich Solovyev (Russian: Александр Владиславович Соловьёв; born 1978) is a notable Russian choirmaster, conductor, and public figure in music.

Activities[change | change source]

  • Choirmaster and director of the Chamber Choir of the Moscow Conservatory
  • Deputy Art director and choirmaster of the Russian State Chorus named after Sveshnikov
  • Art director and conductor of the Japanese opera «O-Natsu», project of the World Music Studies Center
  • Founder and Chief conductor of the Concert Choir of the Moscow Pedagogical State University
  • Conductor of the Moscow State Theatre «Lenkom»
  • Teacher of the Choir conducting Department at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
  • Senior lecturer of the Music Department of MPSU
  • Director of the Autumn Choral Festival of the Moscow Conservatory
  • In 2004 Laureate «Grand Prix» of Youth choral competition «Moscow is Sounding»
  • In 2006 Laureate of I All-Russian Festival-competition of Liturgy Music after Sergey Taneev
  • In 2007 Laureate of the Lomonossov Award
  • In 2004, 2008 Laureate of Moscow Student Festival «Festos»
  • since 2012 A. Solovyev art director of the Chamber Choir of Moscow Conservarory
  • since October 2012 the main guest conductor of Educational Bridge Project Festival Choir (Boston, USA)

References[change | change source]

  1. A. Solovyev on official site of Moscow conservatory (in Russian)
  2. Interkultur
  3. Educational Bridge Project