First Violin

Evgeniy Subbotin

In the orchestra since 2019

Evgeniy Subbotin is a Russian violinist, arranger and multi-instrumentalist. He was born to a family of musicians in Kirov. In 2005, he graduated with honours from the Moscow State Conservatory (class of prof. A.B. Trostyansky).

Evgeniy Subbotin is a 1st prize laureate of the Sabitov Open music performance competition (Ufa) as well as a laureate of the Erdenko Russian violinist competition and the Rachmaninoff International festival.

In 2009, Evgeniy Subbotin founded the FXQ ensemble which performed his own music and arrangements. As part of the quartet, he became a laureate of the “Usadba Jazz” International competition (2013) and a finalist of the “Quartet 4×4” TV project on “Kultura” channel.

Evgeniy Subbotin was a concertmaster of second violins at the Russian National Philharmonic orchestra for 10 years. As a guest concertmaster, he has performed with such orchestras as Musica Viva, PerSymphEns, Questa Musica, musicAeterna, New Music Studio, MSO CIS, Times of the Year. He has participated in numerous festivals: Moscow Autumn, Archstoyanie, Diaghilev Festival (Perm), Platform Media Performance festival, Music Night, etc.

Evgeniy Subbotin is a modern academic music enthusiast collaborating with the Moscow Modern Music Ensemble. He has played in chamber ensembles together with A. Rudin, A. Trostyansky, A. Shilkloper, K. Volostnov, G. Krotenko, N. Kozhukhar and other outstanding contemporary musicians.

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