In the orchestra since 2018
Andrey Volosovsky is a talented marimba and percussion player.
Born in 1985 in Moscow, Andrey gave his first solo performance at the age of 9 while studying at the Ippolitov-Ivanov music school (Sergei Koldobsky’s class).
During his studies there, he also received a scholarship from the Moscow Culture Department. Andrey went on to study at the Academic music college at the Moscow Conservatory (Anatoliy Kurashov’s class, 2000–2004) and then at the Moscow Conservatory (Viktor Grishin’s class, 2004–2009). During his conservatory years, Andrey Volosovsky fell in love with marimba playing and went on to hone his skills at Hochschule für Musik und Theater Stuttgart (class of professor Klaus Tresselt). He completed his postgraduate degree at the Moscow Conservatory.
Andrey tours a lot both as a soloist and as a chamber ensemble member. He has given guest performances with numerous Russian and foreign troupes: the “New Russia” State symphony orchestra conducted by Yuri Bashmet, the Russian State Academic Capella directed by Valery Polyansky, The Moscow State Academic Symphony Orchestra directed by Pavel Kogan, the Moscow chamber orchestra at the Pavel Slobodkin Centre, Dmitry Pokrovsky’s ensemble, the “Musica Viva” ensemble directed by Alexander Rudin, and the “Anima Eterna” ensemble (Belgium).
In 2013–2018, he was a soloist at the Moscow Philharmonic Academic Symphony Orchestra. Since 2018, Andrey Volosovsky has been a member of the musicAeterna orchestra conducted by Teodor Currentzis.
Andrey Volosovsky has performed at numerous festivals in Russia and abroad, such as Purmerade (the Netherlands), the International Youth Music Festival (Zurich, Switzerland), Ruhrtriennale (Germany), the Aix-en-Provence festival (France), the Diaghilev Festival (Russia), the “Martha Argerich and Friends” festival (Hamburg, Germany), and the Salzburg Festival (Austria).
musicAeterna orchestra events
Guernica – Piano piece after Picasso
Karl Amadeus Hartmann
Piano Sonata ‘27. April 1945’
String Quartet No. 8 in C minor op. 110 – ‘In memory of the victims of fascism and the war’
Requiem for solo voices, choir and chamber ensemble
Dido and Aeneas – Opera in three acts on a libretto by Nahum Tate after Virgil’s epic poem Aeneis
Symphony No. 14 in G minor for soprano, bass and chamber orchestra op. 135