• I HAVEN’T HAD ENOUGH OF PLAYING!!!

    I’ve noticed that a lot of well-known string performers give up their career over the years. I can understand them: at the least, it is difficult to stand on your feet for almost two hours during the concert and endure…

  • Typhoon of events!

    1. I escaped the typhoon! 2. I did my first vaccination 3. I participated in the concert in Shanghai together with the pianist from Belarus, Olga Samosuyeva, and the pianist from St. Petersburg, Alexander Ivanovich, as well as with the…

  • Anniversary in China!

    They say, you can ‘turn 18 only once in a lifetime’!) And there’s nothing to mention about 75:) I celebrated my anniversary away from home to the accompaniment of the New Ensemble, where I got back to conducting. I am…

  • AZIROPA Festival: OUTCOMES AND IDEAS

    Bridges, bridges, bridges… I believe that’s impossible for us to cope without them in any way!For example, the BRIDGE that we built between the AMEROPA International Music Festival in Prague, which has already turned 28 years old (!), and a…

  • A String Quartet in China

    Tell me, HOW TO KEEP UP WITH EVERYTHING?!?)) And not to burn-out??I caught myself thinking that I didn’t have enough time for EVERYTHING I had planned! And there are still a lot of ideas!!! Sometimes in the evening I get…

  • The home concert in Zhangjiagang

    It was just wholehearted: both, our performance and the way it was received by the audience as well as the way they reflected on the language of music at that premiere soiree of Russian romantic songs, Russian romances… Together with…

  • The home concert held in Shanghai reached CRESCENDO!

    It was a warm, cozy, atmospheric concert. I got a lot of satisfaction and attention which I had not expected. There were about 30 people at the concert, a lot of Russian speakers. For example, I met a professor from…