Russian violin virtuoso Sergei Krylov and the renowned Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra will perform in Belgrade again on April 14 at Kolarac.
Lively rendition, intense lyricism and the beauty of the tone make this outstanding one of the top violinists of today. At the age of 5, Sergej Krylov began violin lessons. In a year he performed his first concert. At the age of 10 he was already a student of Sergey Kravchenko and Abram Shtern at the Central Music School at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory and made his orchestra debut and started to perform in Russia, China, Poland, Finland and Germany. At the age of 16 he recorded a disc together with the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra conducted by Saulius Sondeckis with the recording company Melodiya.
Since 2008, Sergej Krylov has combined his solo career with the work of conductor. He is the Chief Conductor of the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra. As a conductor, he has collaborated with ensembles such as the English Chamber Orchestra, the Regionale Toscana symphony orchestra, the Mozart Chamber Orchestra, the “Magna Grecia” symphony orchestra, the Orchestra del Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, the Novosibirsk Academic symphony orchestra and others.
Since 2012 he has been a Professor of the University of Music and Arts in Lugano, Switzerland.
At his Belgrade concert, Krylov will perform the compositions by Tchaikovsky (Serenade), Sarasate (Andalusian Romance and Carmen Fantasy) and Saint-Saens (Introduction & Rondo Capriccio), among other things.
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