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Alexandr Tatarinov

In the orchestra since 2019

Alexander Tatarinov is a graduate of the Ural Music College (L.A. Sokolova’s class). In 2013–2018, he studied at the Moscow State Conservatory under Associate Professor and Honoured Artist of Russia R.G. Balashov. In 2018, Alexander began his assistantship at the Moscow State Conservatory under People’s Artist of USSR, professor Y.A. Bashmet. Before entering the Conservatory, Alexander Tatarinov had become a member of Yuri Bashmet’s All-Russian youth symphony orchestra. He toured a lot with the troupe and performed at such notable events as the closing ceremony of the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, the Young Euro Classic festival at the Grand Hall of Berlin Philharmonic, among others.

In 2015–2019, Alexander was a member of the Russian National orchestra conducted by Mikhail Pletnev.

Since 2019, Alexander Tatarinov has been a member of the musicAeterna orchestra.

He has participated in master classes by Yuri Bashmet, Roman Balashov, Alexander Bobrovsky, Garth Knox (Ireland), Misha Katz (France) and Wilfried Strehle (Germany).

Alexander has performed at various international festivals and participated in the “River of Talents” and “Nights at the English Hall” projects by the Saint Petersburg House of Music. As a soloist, he has performed with the “New Russia” symphony orchestra, the “Moscow Soloists” chamber ensemble, the Russian National orchestra, the Moscow Conservatory Chamber Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Belarus, and the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Alexander Tatarinov is a laureate of prestigious international competitions including the VI International competition in Stockholm (2017, 3rd prize), the VIII “Viola Masters” international viola competition organized by Yuri Bashmet in Moscow (2018, 2nd prize), the VII S.I. Savshinsky international competition in Saint Petersburg (2016, 1st prize), and the “Vienna Classic Strings” competition in Vienna (2019, 3rd prize). He has also received two special prizes: the “Best performance of a Russian composer’s music” and the “La Viola Carte Blance concerto” prize from the Bashmet Centre (2018).

musicAeterna orchestra events

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Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-1902)

Alexey Retinsky
“Anaphora” for Symphony Orchestra (World Premiere)

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An event of Moscow residency

Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-1902)

Alexey Retinsky
“Anaphora” for Symphony Orchestra

An event of Moscow residency
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An event of Moscow residency

Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-1902)

Alexey Retinsky
“Anaphora” for Symphony Orchestra

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Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-1902)

Alexey Retinsky
“Anaphora” for Symphony Orchestra