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Fedor Amosov

A scholar of the Charitable Foundation named after Helena Roerich

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Fedor Amosov

Fedor Amosov was born on March 27, 1988, in Moscow into a family of musicians.

He began playing cello at six when he was accepted to the Gnessins Music School and joined the class of Evgeny Ivanov. In 1999 he continued his musical education with professor Lev Evgrafov at the Central Special Music School of the Moscow Conservatoire. He made his first public performance with the orchestra at 11 - he played the cello concerto in C-dur by Haydn.

At 14, during the tour of 2001-2002 with the Voronezh Academic Symphonic Russian Orchestra conducted by Romon Torreledo, the young musician performed the cello concerto in H-moll by Dvorak in 11 cities of Spain.

Fedor Amosov has an impressive repertoire, he is very experienced in performing with an orchestra. He tours a lot in Russia and abroad: in England, France, the Czech Republic, Spain, Turkey, Latvia, Uzbekistan.

The young cellist has participated in a great many concerts organized by the Spivakov International Charity Fund in Russia and abroad. He is the winner of the Shostakovich scholarship established by the Mstislav Rostropovich Fund.

In 2003, the musician played the concerto in H-moll by Dvorak together with the Svetlanov State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia under the artistic direction of Mark Gorenstein (conducted by Alexander Slutsky).

In 2004-2005, as a solo cellist of the Svetlanov State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia (conducted by M. Gorenstein) he made several performances of the variations of Rococo by Pyotr Tchaikovsky.

Fedor Amosov is a frequent guest soloist of the Voronezh Academic Symphonic Russian Orchestra with which he plays concertos of Elgar, Dvorak, Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky, ets.

He took lessons from the leading professors and musicians of the present such as Mstislav Rostropovich, Lev Evgrafov, Natalia Gutmann, Dmitry Yablonsky, Mark Gorenstein, Vladimir Spivakov.

 

The talented young cellist Fedor Amosov has participated in a number of regional and international music competitions:

  • 1998 – diploma at the Art Assembly of Young Musicians
  • 2002 – Grand Prix of the Perm International Music Competition
  • 2002 – participant of the Vladimir Spivakov International Festival in Calmar (France)
  • 2003 – the first prize and the award for the best compulsory program at the 38th Concertino Praga International Music Competition
  • 2004 – the first prize at the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians in Kurasiki (Japan)

 

 

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