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Orchestra of the Competition

 

URAL YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Chief Conductor: Enkhe
Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra (UYSO) is an orchestra-academy combining educational functions and concert activities. The Orchestra was founded in 2007. It consists of students and graduates of musical educational institutions of Yekaterinburg. The Orchestra performs about 50 concerts a year with almost 40 programs.
Along with the Chief Conductor Enkhe and the Chief Guest Conductor Alexander Rudin, the Orchestra was conducted by Vladimir Fedoseyev, Saulius Sondeckis, Dmitry Liss, Sergey Roldugin, Rustem Abyazov, Mikhail Tsinman, Sergey Krylov, Borja Quintas, Pavel Petrenko. UYSO collaborated with the famous soloists, including Natalia Gutman, Alexander Rudin, Denis Matsuev, Sergey Roldugin, Arkady Shilkloper, Daniil Kramer, Valery Grokhovsky, Nikita Borisoglebsky, Andrey Korobeinikov, D. Vasiliev, E. Derzhavin, S. Moroz, Beatrice Magnani, David Kadouch, Pavel Milyukov, Juan Manuel Cañizares.
The Orchestra’s Russian premiere took place in 2009 in the Grand Hall of the Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory as part of the Moscow Philharmonic’s subscription. Since then the Orchestra participated in a number of musical festivals, including the Symphony Forum of Russia, Crescendo, Denis Matsuev Presents…, Eurasia International Music Festival, Bach-fest, La Folle Journee editions in Yekaterinburg and Nantes, Classic over Volga, Philharmoniada, Eurorchestries, Varna Summer and Sofia Musical Weeks International Festival. In 2012, the Orchestra exclusively represented Russia at the Young Euro Classic Music Festival in Berlin.
Ural Youth Symphonic Orchestra is the backbone of the International Tchaikovsky Youth Orchestra established as part of the Summer Orchestra Academy and having performed in 2014, 2015 and 2017 in Russia and Germany. The year of 2017 has been intense: at Denis Matsuev’s invitation the Orchestra performed in the Gala concerts of his festival in Sochi, Pskov and Moscow. Having become a participant of the All-Russian Philharmonic Seasons, UYSO gave concerts in St. Petersburg and Veliky Novgorod.
In 2018 the Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Alexander Rudin recorded Nikolai Myaskovsky's Symphonies Nos.1 & 13, as part of the album commissioned by Naxos Records.
URAL YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Chief Conductor: Enkhe

Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra (UYSO) is an orchestra-academy combining educational functions and concert activities. The Orchestra was founded in 2007. It consists of students and graduates of musical educational institutions of Yekaterinburg. The Orchestra performs about 50 concerts a year with almost 40 programs.

Along with the Chief Conductor Enkhe and the Chief Guest Conductor Alexander Rudin, the Orchestra was conducted by Vladimir Fedoseyev, Saulius Sondeckis, Dmitry Liss, Sergey Roldugin, Rustem Abyazov, Mikhail Tsinman, Sergey Krylov, Borja Quintas, Pavel Petrenko. UYSO collaborated with the famous soloists, including Natalia Gutman, Alexander Rudin, Denis Matsuev, Sergey Roldugin, Arkady Shilkloper, Daniil Kramer, Valery Grokhovsky, Nikita Borisoglebsky, Andrey Korobeinikov, D. Vasiliev, E. Derzhavin, S. Moroz, Beatrice Magnani, David Kadouch, Pavel Milyukov, Juan Manuel Cañizares.

The Orchestra’s Russian premiere took place in 2009 in the Grand Hall of the Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory as part of the Moscow Philharmonic’s subscription. Since then the Orchestra participated in a number of musical festivals, including the Symphony Forum of Russia, Crescendo, Denis Matsuev Presents…, Eurasia International Music Festival, Bach-fest, La Folle Journee editions in Yekaterinburg and Nantes, Classic over Volga, Philharmoniada, Eurorchestries, Varna Summer and Sofia Musical Weeks International Festival. In 2012, the Orchestra exclusively represented Russia at the Young Euro Classic Music Festival in Berlin.

Ural Youth Symphonic Orchestra is the backbone of the International Tchaikovsky Youth Orchestra established as part of the Summer Orchestra Academy and having performed in 2014, 2015 and 2017 in Russia and Germany. The year of 2017 has been intense: at Denis Matsuev’s invitation the Orchestra performed in the Gala concerts of his festival in Sochi, Pskov and Moscow. Having become a participant of the All-Russian Philharmonic Seasons, UYSO gave concerts in St. Petersburg and Veliky Novgorod.
In 2018 the Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Alexander Rudin recorded Nikolai Myaskovsky's Symphonies Nos.1 & 13, as part of the album commissioned by Naxos Records.

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ENKHE (ENHBAATAR BAATARJAV)

A second-generation conductor, Maestro Enkhe graduated from the Urals Mussorgsky State Conservatoire, cello and symphony conducting classes. He was trained by Mark Paverman, People's Artist of the USSR. Enhe is the Laureate of the International Prokofiev Competition.

Since 1991 he had worked in the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra as a cellist and assistant conductor, and in 1996 he took up the position of a conductor. Under his baton the UPO performed with Natalia Gutman, Eliso Virsaladze, Paul Badura-Skoda, Naum Shtarkman, Dmitri Bashkirov, Boris Belkin, Sergei Stadler, Graf Murzha. In 1998-2006 he headed Sverdlovsk Philharmonic’s Chamber Orchestra, and in the season of 2012/2013 he leaded the Chamber Orchestra of Omsk Philharmonic.

Enkhe was one of the founders of the Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra and took charge of it as the Chief Conductor in 2006. With this orchestra Maestro participated in many international festivals, including including La Folle Journee (France), Young Euro Classic (Germany), Varna Summer and Sofia Musical Weeks International Festival (Bulgaria), Philharmoniada (Kazan, Russia), Crescendo (Yekaterinburg, Sochi, Pskov, Moscow), Denis Matsuev Presents…, Bach-fest, La Folle Journee Yekaterinburg, Eurasia International Music Festival, and Kogan Festival (Yekaterinburg). He conducted the UYSO’s programs in the Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory and Tchaikovsky Concert Hall.

In 2015 he leaded the Summer Orchestra Academy and its International Tchaikovsky Youth Orchestra, where young musicians of the Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra were trained together with their peers from Europe and Russia’s neighboring states.

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